This compact brushed aluminum cylinder snaps onto the audio jack of most smartphones, providing on-the-go sound and an impromptu stand. Runs on 3 “AAA” batteries, so no charger required.
It runs Android 2.3, has a QWERTY keyboard, 3.7″ touchscreen, 1Ghz CPU, 8mp rear camera and 0.3mp front camera, microUSB and microSD support, and document readers and editors.
Sony Ericsson’s latest phone has a 4.2″ touchscreen, 1GHz CPU, microSD support up to 32GB, and runs Android 2.3. Its 8.1mp camera is more than capable of shooting 720p HD video.
YouTuber xxmajstor was able to spend some time with the upcoming Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone. The Android phone looks exactly like the pictures we saw earlier. Another video here.
Details of the next PlayStation Portable have been leaked. The gaming device/touchscreen phone has a 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB ROM, MicroSD card support, and a touchpad instead of an analog nub.
Sony Ericsson’s downsizes its X10 Xperia with the X10 mini and mini pro; both feature 2.55″ touchscreens, Android, and 5 MP cameras, with the mini pro boasting a slide-out QWERTY.
Part of Sony Ericsson’s eco-friendly Greenheart line, the Aspen is the first smartphone with WinMo 6.5.3 and features a full QWERTY, 2.4″ touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 3.2 MP camera.
Sony Ericsson’s Elm and Hazel are eco-friendly phones made from recycled plastics; each features a 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi, HSPA, a low-power charger, and minimal packaging.
The Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson’s new flagship phone: it packs a speedy 1 GHz CPU, 4″ capacitive touchscreen, 8.1MP camera, “Rachael” Android UI, HSPA, Wi-Fi, and GPS.
If buttons bamboozle you, Sony Ericsson’s motion activated MH907 headphones will automatically play when both earbuds are worn; removing one will cause the music to pause.
An artsy name with an even artsier design, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Pureness is a minimalist cellphone with a twist: a transparent monochrome LCD that’s viewable from both sides.
Due out Q4, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X2 features a 3.2″ TFT touchscreen with slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 8.1 MP camera with autofocus and image stabilizer, and Windows Mobile 6.1
Sony Ericsson’s flagship camera phone is coming to AT&T 7/19 as the C905a: you’ll get an 8.1 MP camera with flash, auto-focus, video capture, dual-band HSDPA, and GPS.
There’s no price yet, but Sony Ericsson touts the W205/W205a as their most affordable Walkman phones ever; you’ll get a 1.3 MP camera, video recording, FM radio and Bluetooth.
Sporting a “high-class finish,” Sony Ericsson’s T715 is a mid-range slider phone; specs include a 2.2″ display, 3.2 MP camera, 3G, FM radio, Bluetooth 2.0 and built-in Google Maps.
Sony Ericsson’s GreenHeart line of phones (C901 and Naite) are eco-friendly phones thanks to factors like 50% recycled plastics, low VOC paint, low-power chargers and smart packaging.
Sony Ericsson’s W995a slider phone borders on being a portable media player, with an 8.1MP camera, 3G speeds, 2.6″ QVGA screen, Wi-Fi, and 3.5mm audio jack–all of it unlocked.
With a 3″ touchscreen, keypad and 8 MP camera, Sony Ericsson’s Aino is already a decent phone; however, the big news is that it’ll stream media from your PS3 from anywhere in the world.
Sony-Ericsson PR regards the T707 as a chick phone; still, hand gesture recognition, time-of-day dynamic UI and HSPA connectivity make this of interest to geeks of any gender.
The Sony Ericsson W995 (aka Hikaru) is their flagship Walkman phone, with an 8.1 MP camera, 2.6″ scratch-resistant TFT screen, Wi-Fi, dedicated music keys and a 8GB M2 card.
While not quite ready for production, Sony Ericsson’s Idou is a promising new candybar phone with a 12.1 MP camera, Xenon flash, 3.5″ 16:9 touchscreen and Symbian OS.
While it may not have the 8 MP of Samsung’s UltraTouch, Sony Ericsson’s C903 aims to please the shutterbug crowd with a 5 MP camera, Smile Shutter, TV-out and geo-tagging.
Targeted at mp3-toting younguns, Sony Ericsson’s W395 Walkman cellphone eschews 3G for built-in stereo speakers, a 2″ scratch-proof display and motion gaming support.
Sony Ericsson’s C510 cellphone attempts to rope in consumers to their Cyber-shot line; it features a 3.2MP camera with HP Snapfish integration, autofocus, face detection and geotagging.
Sony Ericsson’s Rika is official today: aka the W705, it’s a Walkman variant of their G705 which means multimedia-friendly. The Rika includes a 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi and YouTube app.
For AT&T: Sony Ericsson’s W760a is the first Walkman with 3G speeds; you can also shake it to change music, like the iPod Nano. Other stats: 2.2″ screen, 3.2 MP camera and FM tuner.
Sony Ericsson’s C905 Cyber-Shot is packed to the gills: it features an 8.1 MP camera, geo-tagging, accelerometer, GPS and Wi-Fi. All this, plus quad-band support and an FM radio.
Although the Sony Ericsson TM506 isn’t bad looking, it ‘s an otherwise unremarkable phone except for one major feature: it’s the first to offer 3G speeds for T-Mobile customers.
New for AT&T Wireless: Sony Ericsson’s W350a Walkman fliphone is a budget entry with so-so build quality. For the money, however, you can’t beat the beautiful display and stereo bluetooth.
The slim T700 is the successor to the T610 and comes in classic two-tone black on metal. Other specs: 2″ TFT display, 3.2 MP camera, quad-band GSM, 2100 MHz UMTS 3G.
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