The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness was designed to be a “second phone”, a good-looking handset for fun over features. Designer Daniel Mauritzson wanted it to be the anti-smartphone, and he's cracked that. It does nothing but looks spectacular. About the length of the palm of our man hands, it's around 10mm thick with a 1.8-inch display that is transparent, but only when the phone is switched on, when it has a bright white edge. It's monochrome, which we haven't seen in a long time, and the greenish glow also lends a retro air, albeit an unwelcome one.
Its time to move like you have never moved on a mobile phone before! With Gesture gaming you move your body to play instead of pressing buttons on the phone, giving you a fun experience that even helps you keep fit. If you have exhausted yourself with the games there are loads of other multimedia features to enjoy. Snap your friends with the five megapixel camera or chill out to your favourite tunes with the state-of-the art music player.
Sony Ericsson has just announced two new handsets for their GreenHeart portfolio – the Elm and the Hazel phone and their Bluetooth Noise Shield Handsfree kit the VH700. Both handsets and the BT accessory are designed to be environment friendly so I’m all for them. Sony Ericsson is also taking on a bigger initiate to be as green as possible by announcing its ambition of making all of its accessories 100 per cent GreenHeart compliant by 2011. Both phones announced today will be shipped with a GreenHeart personal handsfree; the Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-60J, which is a step towards reaching the 100 per cent GreenHeart accessories goal. The handsets have also been ergonomic designed for comfort of use and will offer plenty of social networking apps, GPS and 5MP cameras. They’re also splash resistant and are equipped with noise cancellation functions for the microphone.
S ony Ericsson announce the Sony Ericsson Elm mobile phone and the Bluetooth Noise Shield Handsfree VH700, the newest additions to the company’s GreenHeart portfolio. The Sony Ericsson Elm phone and the accessory provide consumers with an expanded range of products to make an educated green choice without compromising on design and functionality.
The Xperia X10 is the rumored Rachael we’ve been waiting for. The phone has been properly unveiled and now we know that Sony Ericsson plans to release quite a bunch of new phones in 2010. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will be the flagship phone and it will be released in Q1 2010 for an undisclosed price
Record videos in an instant on the Sony Ericsson S312. From spotting a celebrity on the street, to your friend’s dancing in a club, the S312 allows you to capture these moments in two quick and easy steps.
The XPERIA X2 takes the 3 inch screen from the X1, and upgrades it to a 3.2 inch WVGA TFT display. The handset will be powered by a custom version of Windows Mobile 6.5. Other features include a 3.5 mm audio jack, accelerometer and 8.1MP camera with AF.
The Sony Ericsson Jalou is a stylish and fashionable clamshell that is targeted to female users who really care about how they look. It is also available as a limited edition by Dolce&Gabbana that features a 24 carat gold plating. Both variants have a dedicated button that transforms the 2-inch main screen into a mirror, so that you leave nothing to chance while waiting for that much-anticipated date. Other features of the compact handset include an outer 1.3-inch display, 3.2MP camera, quad-band GSM and 3G connectivity.
Sony Ericsson T715 is a stylish slider, which doesn’t surprise with industry-first features, but still offers all the functions the general user needs. The key aspect of the phone is its ability to organize your day through smart desktop and birthday reminders. The QVGA resolution screen of the new device measures 2.2 inches. The T715 also has a 3.2MP camera with Photo light and comes preloaded with Google Maps and the Access NetFront browser.