Convincing anyone to buy this phone is going to be a tough task. Image: Sony By Stan Schroeder2020-05-25 14:09:37 UTC
Sony was supposed to launch its new flagship, the Xperia 1 II, in late February, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. That never happened as the MWC was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, so Sony soft-launched the phone online, revealing all of its specs, but not its price or date of availability.
Now, the final pieces of the puzzle have been revealed, and boy are they disappointing. The phone will arrive in July (original launch window was “spring”) at the price of $1,199.
That’s an eye-watering figure considering that you can get a brand new Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max or a Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G for less.
Sure, the Sony Xperia 1 II has Qualcomm’s most powerful chip, the Snapdragon 865, as well as 5G support;
We have been hearing lots of rumors about the new Apple AirPods Studio over ear headphones and now according to a recent report they have gone into production.
The last thing we heard about these new over the ear headphones was they that would be launching some time in the second half of 2020.
According to a report from Digitimes, Apple has now started production of these new headphones ahead of a launch some time in the next few months.
As Apple is likely to accelerate dropping its wired earphones, the vendor will resume normal shipments for AirPods 2 in the second half of the year and its new over-ear headphones, dubbed AirPods Studio, has also kicked off production, all securing growth momentum for rigid-flex boards suppliers for the devices, including Unitech Printed Circuit Board and