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Sony Will Launch Powerhouse Smartphones, Other Products in CES 2017 – Here’s Everything You Need to Know [VIDEO]

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It's that time of the year again when tech and electronic firms gather together to launch new products that are available for public viewing. And Sony is one of those who confirmed their attendance for the annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in 2017. Here's everything you need to know about the powerhouse products that will be introduced by the Japanese company!

Sony Will Introduce Two New Smartphones

The Japanese tech firm is presumed to introduce two new smartphones in CES 2017 when it was recalled that Sony has registered two phones with the regulatory organization in Russia with model numbers G3121 and G3112. According to reports, these two phones are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and will sport 5.2-inch and 5.5-inch screen displays, respectively.

Sony Will Introduce Another SmartWatch

The latest version of Sony SmartWatch was introduced two years ago thus, it needs to be refreshed. For this reason, Sony is expected to debut SmartWatch 4 that runs the Android Wear 2.0 OS according to Android Headlines.

Sony Will Introduce New Pair of Headphones

Sony is known for manufacturing quality headphones which are best-sellers worldwide. For this reason, Sony is expected to launch another product exclusive for all music enthusiasts with enhanced features and functionalities.

Sony is Likely to Introduce OLED TVs

This information remains unconfirmed and unverified but if the rumors are true, Sony is said to introduce an OLED TV in CES 2017. However, according to CNET, Sony's rumored OLED TVs will use panels from LG. Unlike LG who is capable for the mass production of OLED TVs since they have their own local supplier.

Sony is Likely to Introduce Cameras and Video Camcorders

Before the cameras in smartphones becomes a trend, Sony is well-known for manufacturing high quality cameras and camcorders. According to Fortune, the possibility for the Japanese company to introduce such products has bigger chances alongside Canon and Nikon. 

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