Sony Windows Phone could become reality in the mid-2014

Sony Windows PhoneThe tendency of the new device, which displays the latest technologies and software to hit the market is sure to continue in 2014 as well. Among the new devices to enter the market, several gadgets review sites in India, especially looking forward to the expected launch of a new Windows phone with electronics giant Sony in mid-year. The news about the launch of this device by Sony is doing the rounds as reported by various news articles gadgets experience with a prototype mobile phone company in the last quarter of 2013.

Sony, which struggled lately in the mobile market, especially in the midrange, this move is considering diversifying mobile units.

Although the company has received a lot of applause in the various reviews of the latest technology for the Xperia series phones and tabs on the company, which is well beyond the reach of ordinary people. With the introduction of Windows Phone, the company can plan to give users a market for feature phones is more diversified and highly profitable.

According to tech news reports, this move by Sony, also mean the end of handle has a market Nokia Windows Phone in recent years. In fact, this can lead to serious competition between the two giants of mobile technology in the near future.

No confirmed an agreement between Sony and Microsoft, to develop a new Windows phone reports. Although these devices consists of press releases, while Sony is definitely worth almost all reports of major news and gadget sites. However, there is speculation about the success of this agreement and both parties must agree on various aspects including license fees, advertising revenue and even features of the gadget along with the phone.

So, although it is too early to say what you want the new Windows Phone from Sony as if it hit the news in the market, the technology to improve the expectations of customers, especially pregnant market. ” But whether or not they have a windows phone from Sony has been achieved in 2014, will be determined only after the confirmation of the agreement between Sony and Microsoft were reported by several news providers gadgets.

Sony PlayStation 4 launched in India at Rs. 39,990, available January 6

Sony PlayStation 4 launched in India at Rs. 39,990, available January 6Sony has launched its next-generation game console in India, the PlayStation 4, which it has priced at Rs. 39,990. The PS4 will be available on shelves in the country starting 6 January 2014.

Additional controller and the PlayStation Camera have been priced at an identical Rs 4,990. First-party gaming titles have been priced at Rs. 3,999 while third-party titles will range between Rs. 2,499 and Rs. 4,499.

Notably, the PlayStation 4 was launched in the US on November 15. Earlier this month, Sony revealed it had sold more than 2.1 million PlayStation 4 consoles after less than three weeks on the market. This follows Sony’s statistic that it had sold 1 million consoles on launch day.

(Also see: PlayStation 4 sales top 1 million units in first 24 hours: Sony)

The latest PlayStation will be released in its home market Japan in February. Sony also announced that looking at the current PlayStation 4 sales figures, it was on track to hit its worldwide target of 5 million units by March 2014.

(Also see: PlayStation 4 set for February 22 launch in Japan, three months after US)

The Sony PS4 is powered by an integrated CPU-GPU design, featuring a 8-core low power x86-64 AMD “Jaguar” CPU, coupled with a 1.84 TFLOPS AMD Radeon GPU. It also features a secondary processor that does the network processing tasks in standby mode, in order to optimise power consumption.

The PS4 features 8GB of GDDR5 RAM for memory, coupled with a 500GB hard disk drive. Also onboard is a Blu-ray disc and DVD drive. Connectivity options include 2 USB 3.0 ports, one AUX port, an Ethernet port, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 (EDR), an HDMI out port, and an optical-out port.

(Also see: 6 must have games for Sony’s new PlayStation 4)

Interestingly, both Microsoft and Sony have opted for an x86-based CPU-GPU SoC architecture for their consoles, powered by AMD. This also signals a convergence of game development and releases for the console and PC platforms, making it easier for developers to harness the potential of the hardware across platforms.

Microsoft’s next-generation console, the Xbox One (Review), is the only real competition for the Sony PS4, especially in India, where the Nintendo Wii U has yet to make an appearance. For now, Microsoft only gave a tentative launch date for the Xbox One in India during the E3 2013 event, saying it would arrive by late 2014. Since then of course, reports have indicated a slightly earlier launch, by mid-2014.