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Sony is one of the manufacturers that got many mentions in this year’s Mobile World Congress for their flagship smartphones which includes the Sony Xperia XZs. After its big reveal, the flagship comes with a deluxe version, the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, which will be released this year. Sony is saving the premium version for a later release, while the Xperia XZs is already available for pre-order in Asian markets like India. Here are the features of this lite phone flagship from Sony.

Recently, Sony revealed that their focus is on the Xperia X lineup. However, they still have to dedicate time into manufacturing other devices such as the rumored Xperia C6. Renders of the rumored device have been floating all over the internet, displaying Sony’s signature outer body design that can be seen in their recent smartphone models. One leak that surfaced about the Xperia C6 shows a design that is similar to the renders that appeared in the previous months.

At long last, the much-awaited Android Nougat 7.0 update will makes its way for the venerable yet relevant Sony Xperia Z5. Despite being released nearly two years ago, the Sony Xperia Z5 is still going strong since its specs are not really that dated. It may prove to be a long wait but Sony has been one of the first manufacturers that has came forward to affirm its commitment in updating its large range of smartphones during the sudden release of Android 7.0 Nougat by Google. Recently, it has just released the Android Nougat update for Sony Xperia X, XZ, X Performance and X Compact. Next, it will be Sony Xperia Z5's turn.

Sony MHS-PM1 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateMay 2009
Lens system
Digital zoom4x
Weight & dimensions
Width23.5 mm
Depth55.3 mm
Height103.3 mm
Weight120 g
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel5 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Scene modesBacklight, Sports, Landscape
Colour of productOrange

Reviews of Sony MHS-PM1
Reviewed on 2010-04-16
While many current DSLRs are capable of shooting high quality HD video, They're all a bit large for casual use. Many digicams can also shoot video, though the one's capable of HD are usually the more expensive models. Enter the Sony MHS-PM1 "webbie"...
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Reviewed on 2009-08-19
Offers 1080p video resolution; good sound; easy top use controls; removable battery.
Poor video quality; zoom stutters; no image stabilization or an external microphone jack; no HDMI output.
It’s hard to think about camcorders without thinking about Sony, whose standard-sized camcorders have a devoted following. So it’s not surprising to see that Sony wants a piece of the pocket camcorder market, which is heating up. Sony’s pocket camcorde...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-09
Swivel lens allows for a wide array of shooting angles, Fun, lightweight design with three color options, Sharp 1440 x 1080 video
Jerky zoom, Blurry still photos, Lacks flip-out USB connector or HDMI output, No editing tools software
When Sony starts selling sub-$200 pocket camcorders, you know the category is here to stay. The company’s $169 MHS-PM1 Webbie HD Camera is one of a kind, thanks to its swivel lens. Unlike most competitors in its price range, this pocket cam shoots 108...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-12
The Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1 looks like a toy, but don't let its basic looks and controls fool you: the Webbie has the most well-rounded feature set we've seen.The Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM11 has five different shooting modes: Auto, Backlight, Low-Light, Sp...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-22
Attractive design; captures video at 720p and 1080p "HD" resolution; memory-card expansion slot; swiveling lens; component video cables; rechargeable lithium ion battery.
Price doesnt include an optional memory card (onboard memory is limited to 12MB for capturing video); rechargeable battery doesnt recharge via USB connector; no integrated USB connector; no protective carrying case included.
Sonys first entry in the minicamcorder arena was 2007s NSC-GC1 Net-sharing Cam. That model didnt fare too well in , but Sony seems to have learned from that experience as evidenced by its new line of YouTube-friendly budget camcorders, dubbed "Webbi...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-12
The affordable, tapeless HD camcorder is a hot market area today, and it was only a matter of time before Sony followed in the success of Sanyo and Panasonic with a serious effort of its own. Aimed at being a combination of features and easy accessibil...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Fairly easy for beginners, Surprisingly good quality picture, Tiny size
Quirky interface, Cannot zoom smoothly, Ancillary cables and adaptors could have been builtin
Sony MHS-PM1 Webbie HD Pocket High Definition Camcorder Reviewed (page 2) ...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-23
Lots of advanced features, 1080p recording, good image quality for asking price
Cheap plastic finish, no integrated USB connector, video performance trumped by Flip Mino HD
Note: pricing for this product is in US$.As you may have noticed, high-definition pocket camcorders are growing up fast. Pure Digital's popular Flip line of camcorders (which includes the standard-definition Flip Mino and the high-def Flip MinoHD) has scored well in the market, so it isn't surprising that the past year has seen big-name companies such as Kodak, Creative, and RCA entering the pocket-camcorder ring as well.And now we can add another big name to the mix. Sony recently announced
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