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How many Sony Xperia smartphones have there been?

After Sony Ericsson, how many Sony Xperia smartphones have there been? Losing track here!

Most Useful Answer JanSt  Nov. 22, 2012 at 21:19

Windows Mobile

Xperia X1 – released in October 2008, runs on Windows Mobile 6.1
Xperia X2 – released in September 2009, runs on Windows Mobile 6.5

Android
Sony Ericsson

Xperia X10 – released in March 2010, runs on Android 1.6[4] / 2.3[5]
Xperia X10 mini – released in May 2010, runs on Android 1.6[6] / 2.1[5]
Xperia X10 mini pro – released in May 2010, runs Android 1.6[7] / 2.1[5]
Xperia X8 – released in Q4 2010, running Android 1.6[8] / 2.1[5]
Xperia arc – released in Q1 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia PLAY – released in Q1 2011, a PlayStation/cell phone running Android 2.3
Xperia neo – released in Q1 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia acro[9][10] – released in Japan June 2011, running Android 2.3
Xperia mini[11] – "X10 Mini" successor, the first Android phone of its size that can record high-definition video, released August 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia mini pro[11] – "X10 Mini Pro" successor, an Xperia Mini with a slide-out keyboard, released August 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia Live - "X8" successor, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia ray[12] – an aluminum-body touchscreen phone in several colors, released in Russia August 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia neo V – released in Q3 2011, running Android 2.3.4/ 4.0
Xperia arc S – released in Q3 2011, running Android 2.3.4/ 4.0
Xperia pro – a touchscreen slider phone, billed as a quick-messaging smartphone
Xperia active[13] – a rugged sports-centric touchscreen phone, released Q3 2011, running Android 2.3/4.0
Xperia NX SO-02D (Ja)[14] – released in February 2012 in Japan, running Android 2.3.7 (update to 4.0 is scheduled), variant of Xperia S,[15] NFC not supported
Xperia acro HD – released in March 2012 in Japan, running Android 2.3.7 (update to 4.0 is scheduled), the follow-up to Xperia acro.[15] Operator variants SO-03D (Ja)[16] and IS12S (Ja)[17][18]

Sony

Xperia S – the first Sony dual-core smartphone (Android 2.3.7/ 4.0.4)
Xperia ion – the first Sony 4G LTE device, launching on AT&T, Android 2.3.7 and 4.0.4 update released
Xperia U
Xperia P
Xperia Sola (Xperia Sole in Greece and Italy)
Xperia neo L
Xperia go (Xperia advance in America)
Xperia acro S - A stylish device with IP55 and IP57 water and dust resistant.
Xperia miro
Xperia tipo
Xperia SX
Xperia SL
Xperia V
Xperia J
Xperia T - the first Sony smartphone built on Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 (MSM8260A) platform
Xperia TX (Xperia GX in Japan)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xperia

Count'em yourself :p

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JanSt / MOD  Nov. 22, 2012 at 21:19

Windows Mobile

Xperia X1 – released in October 2008, runs on Windows Mobile 6.1
Xperia X2 – released in September 2009, runs on Windows Mobile 6.5

Android
Sony Ericsson

Xperia X10 – released in March 2010, runs on Android 1.6[4] / 2.3[5]
Xperia X10 mini – released in May 2010, runs on Android 1.6[6] / 2.1[5]
Xperia X10 mini pro – released in May 2010, runs Android 1.6[7] / 2.1[5]
Xperia X8 – released in Q4 2010, running Android 1.6[8] / 2.1[5]
Xperia arc – released in Q1 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia PLAY – released in Q1 2011, a PlayStation/cell phone running Android 2.3
Xperia neo – released in Q1 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia acro[9][10] – released in Japan June 2011, running Android 2.3
Xperia mini[11] – "X10 Mini" successor, the first Android phone of its size that can record high-definition video, released August 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia mini pro[11] – "X10 Mini Pro" successor, an Xperia Mini with a slide-out keyboard, released August 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia Live - "X8" successor, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia ray[12] – an aluminum-body touchscreen phone in several colors, released in Russia August 2011, running Android 2.3/ 4.0
Xperia neo V – released in Q3 2011, running Android 2.3.4/ 4.0
Xperia arc S – released in Q3 2011, running Android 2.3.4/ 4.0
Xperia pro – a touchscreen slider phone, billed as a quick-messaging smartphone
Xperia active[13] – a rugged sports-centric touchscreen phone, released Q3 2011, running Android 2.3/4.0
Xperia NX SO-02D (Ja)[14] – released in February 2012 in Japan, running Android 2.3.7 (update to 4.0 is scheduled), variant of Xperia S,[15] NFC not supported
Xperia acro HD – released in March 2012 in Japan, running Android 2.3.7 (update to 4.0 is scheduled), the follow-up to Xperia acro.[15] Operator variants SO-03D (Ja)[16] and IS12S (Ja)[17][18]

Sony

Xperia S – the first Sony dual-core smartphone (Android 2.3.7/ 4.0.4)
Xperia ion – the first Sony 4G LTE device, launching on AT&T, Android 2.3.7 and 4.0.4 update released
Xperia U
Xperia P
Xperia Sola (Xperia Sole in Greece and Italy)
Xperia neo L
Xperia go (Xperia advance in America)
Xperia acro S - A stylish device with IP55 and IP57 water and dust resistant.
Xperia miro
Xperia tipo
Xperia SX
Xperia SL
Xperia V
Xperia J
Xperia T - the first Sony smartphone built on Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 (MSM8260A) platform
Xperia TX (Xperia GX in Japan)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xperia

Count'em yourself :p

Pondlife  Nov. 22, 2012 at 23:04

That's a lot of android phones in two and a half years.

JanSt / MOD  Nov. 23, 2012 at 16:06

Well, may of them are minor tweaks of other devices, aren't they?
But yeah...

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