2018 is kicking off with CES 2018 in Las Vegas, one of the biggest consumer technology shows in the world. Featuring big-name companies like Nvidia, Sony, Samsung and more, it’s hard to keep track of what’s announced - but we're here to help.
Check out our CES 2018 guide to find out what's likely to be announced by every major tech brand at the show, including Samsung, LG, and more. Sony's big press conference has happened, and here is what it announced.
How to watch Sony CES 2018 live stream
The press conference has already taken place, but if you want to watch it all unfold again, we have the stream embedded below here:
What Sony announced at CES 2018
Sony had already announced three mid-range mobiles for the show: the Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2, which are most interesting for their super-wide angle selfie cameras - the XA2 Ultra even featuring dual selfie cameras.
Here is a full list of what Sony announced:
- OLED and LCD 4K HDR TV series
- Dolby Atmos Soundbar
- 4K Ultra Blu-ray player and AV receiver
- Compact Single soundbar
- Wireless noise cancelling sports headphones
- MDR-1AM2 Hi-res headphones
- High-Power Audio systems
- EXTRA-BASS wireless speakers
So yes, we have to wait for the rumoured Xperia XZ1 Premium, expected to be the company's first bezel-less smartphone - and potentially the first to signal broader changes to the company's design language and naming conventions for its phones. Sony typically waits to announce flagship phones at MWC, which looks to be the case here too. Maybe even a wait till IFA in Berlin in September.