Sony announced its new flagship device, the Xperia Z4, in Japan. The device will arrive in two months but will only have small improvements over the Xperia Z3.
Sony launched a new 4G-capable low-end device for the Indian market: the Xperia E4g. The device will cost Rs. 13,290 and will come with KitKat.
Sony has sold over 20.2 million PS4 units, maintaining strong leadership over other console players.
At MWC, Sony announces a new mid-range waterproof smartphone called the Xperia M4 Aqua and the "world's lightest and slimmest tablet," the Xperia Z4 Tablet.
Sony unveils another budget phone with specs and looks that are similar to the Xperia E4, and it comes with a faster processor and LTE connectivity.
Sony plans to test out the SmartEyeglass on enterprise companies, or those involved in the industrial sector.
Pascal has been with Sony for 19 years, and her resignation shifts all her power to Sony Pictures chief executive Michael Lynton.
MediaTek announced that Sony will be the first company to use its smart TV-focused SoC for its Android TVs.
Sony adds the Xperia E3 and Xperia T3 to its list of AOSP supported devices, which means now all of its 2014 Qualcomm-based smartphones are supported in the Android Open Source Project.
Sony has seen losses in the smartphone business in the last period, so the new mobile chief plans to cut the number of models and try to bring the division back to profitability in 2015.
Sony announces its next-generation smartphone camera sensor, the IMX230, with 192-point phase detection auto-focus and HDR 4k video recording.