At this point of time, the specifications of Xperia Z4 shall are pretty much confirmed. So, we believe that covering the same rumor stuff again and contributing to the echo chamber does no good to anyone. Thereby, we decided to run a week-long series, this being first, in which we shall detail stuffs which the end users probably care more about than whining about more pixels or horsepower. We don’t want you to be left out, so stay connected with us.
Almost every other day, press releases of new phone launches pop up in my inbox. While I skimp through most parts, the thing that always leaves me surprised is as to how many phones nowadays are being sold exclusively online. Smartphones that cost as low as Rs. 2,000 (like the Intex Cloud FX), which expectedly could be the first internet enabled device for many, is ironically sold exclusively on the internet. So, why are so many companies giving in to this type of sales model?
These days, it’s a common phenomenon to watch developers build better versions of official apps, bringing in design and a lot of feature additions. This practice leads to a healthier ecosystem by giving end users the choice and contributing in openness of the platform.
But more recently, companies are becoming restricted and deciding to hammer down third-party apps, which are the bread and butter for many indie developers. Let’s have a look why these companies are going against them.
Lately, Sony’s been the good guy on the block and has announced that the entire Xperia Z Series will be updated to Lollipop. Loyal fans have been excited since it was announced, but surprisingly, there haven’t been any major leaks of Sony’s material design update. So, we decided to do the hard work to satisfy the crave for all design nerds out there. Here are some of the design changes to expect when Sony starts rolling out Lollipop update later this month.