A few months ago, the Japanese company Sony VAIO department sold the company Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) to focus its efforts on the development of mobile devices (smartphones and tablets). It now appears that the VAIO soon can expand its offer not only new laptops, but also smartphones. At one time, the Japanese market was presented the first prototype VAIO tablet that looks alluded to Microsoft Surface 3 Pro, but never made it into mass production. Now we learn that the company VAIO wants to try their hand on the smartphone market, and in a few days, and more specifically during the January CES 2015 in Las Vegas will present the first smartphone in its range. smartphone reportedly created in collaboration with the Japanese VAIO mobile virtual network operator – Japan Communications, and is running Google Android. Unfortunately not disclosed details of the equipment specifications and therefore remains for us to look forward to further information. Source: Softpedia