Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
Sony Ericsson iIMPERIA concept. This touchscreen phone is both a music handset and a cool cameraphone, as it sports an 8.1 megapixel camera at the back with flash, autofocus and video recording (we suppose).
Remort1 is a fresh name among the designers on the Esato board, but his creation is pretty decent: the
Beneath the screen you’ll notice a couple of keys, among which there’s a Home button, a Call and Reject Call button, plus another 2 keys for menu features. I wonder if this is an Android handset or a Symbian one, considering Sony Ericsson’s latest preferences.
I wouldn’t mind seeing this as a fresh XPERIA device, specially due to the name resemblance and we look forward to seeing more projects from designer Remort1.
Tuesday, July 21st, 2009
XPERIA X2 concepts and we’re quite excited to hear that the device is finally turning into a real product, that might get official soon. Right now, all we have are some live pictures of the XPERIA X2 aka Vulcan handset, that you can check out below.
We, from Concept Phones, have seen a huge amount of
Till we see some SE official announcing the phone, let’s recap its specs: 512MB of memory, GPS, a 3.5 inch WVGA OLED display, XPERIA Panels and a 8.1 megapixel camera. The X2 will support a WM 7 upgrade, PS3 Remote Play and it’s also able to do 30 fps VGA video capture.
All of you folks who designed XPERIA concepts, are you disappointed or impressed with the X1 follow-up?
[via GSM Dome]
Sunday, July 5th, 2009
Sony Ericsson Kiki phone, they somehow stumbled upon info regarding Sony Ericsson Rachael, an uber-smartphone that will be launched later this year. The device may come with XPERIA branding, but what we know is that it’ll run Android 2.0 and use a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU.
Mobile.nu is on a roll and after showing us a render of the
There’s also an 8.1 megapixel camera on board, a 3.5mm headphone and the Android 2.0 OS, also known as Donut. Of course, I suppose that the handset portrayed above is just a render and we’ve yet to see an official announcement of the device.
Expect Sony Ericsson to surprise us all with Kiki and Rachael by this Fall.
[via GSM Dome]
Friday, June 12th, 2009
in a teaser.
Shane A. Bygrave or, as he’s known on the Esato board, echo.shane has just shown the world 2 brand new Sony Ericsson concepts, Nene, a handset that’s part of the Unlimited Entertainment series and SE Wallet, a concept we’ve seen before
Sony Ericsson Nene incorporates a 8.1 megapixel camera and I have to say that I love its colors and design.
The designer has promised that he’ll soon publish the specs and more pics of the concepts, but till then I can notice a pretty decent screen on the front side of the Nene phone. The keys below it seem touch sensitive, but I’m just guessing here, so don’t throw stones just yet.
Moving on to the Sony Ericsson Wallet, or the Z230-w12, as the designer calls it, I have to say that I don’t quite get what this product is, but we’ll get more info in the following days. It could actually be a wallet… like its name says.
Tuesday, June 9th, 2009
XPERIA X2 pictured last week and now there’s also a list of specs associated with the picture. However, after having a look at the Esato board, we’ve stumbled upon a fresh XPERIA X2 concept phone, created by user S4k1s.
We’ve seen the real (or not)
The image below makes it resemble the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic quite a bit, but you’ll see that it’s got more than meets the eye.
Turns out that there’s a sliding keypad underneath that beautiful screen (touchscreen maybe?) and we’ve got no info on this concept, for now. Moving on to the real X2, we’ve heard that it comes with an 8.1 megapixel camera with autofocus and 30 fps VGA video recording, plus a 3.5 inch touchscreen display (WVGA OLED) and an accelerometer.
XPERIA X2′s specs list also includes GPS, aGPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a better processor than the one on the X1, 512MB RAM, Windows Mobile 6.5 (custom) and XPERIA Panels with support for Windows Mobile 7 upgrade. Don’t forget to have a look at the real image showing the X2 in black, at the end of the article (below).
[via GSM Dome and Esato]
Friday, June 5th, 2009
Sony Ericsson concept phones blog, since we’ve gathered dozens, if not hundreds of SE designs here… The list of such neat phones continues, this time with a fresh design from RKSD (Rew Kown), a new Esato board user.
Sometimes I get the feeling that we’re becoming a
Known as Sony Ericsson HD Pro, this smartphone concept incorporates a 3.8 inch OLED touchscreen display with a 800 x 480 pixels resolution.
It supports GSM/UMTS/HSDPA connectivity and it comes with the Symbian Foundation OS (Industrial Interface), plus a 770 MHz Texas Instruments processor. Its internal memory is 16GB and the specs list is completed by an 8.1 megapixel camera, HD video recording at 30 fps, Bluetooth 2.1+A2DP, WiFi and support for Microsoft Office documents.
Thursday, June 4th, 2009
Sony Ericsson concept designer Razec created no less than 3 new concepts, making up for his absence and they’re all great looking devices. Now, we have a look at Sony Ericsson Kaoru, a handset that comes with a 3 inch capacitive touchscreen, the Symbian platform with Panel UI and a TI-OMAP 400 MHz CPU.
Esato board member and
The phone’s specs list also includes 8GB of Flash memory, a full QWERTY keyboard, an 8.1 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, VGA video capture, 160MB RAM and a microSDHC card slot. Sony Ericsson Kaoru supports 3.5G HSUPA/HSDPA connectivity, WiMax, Bluetooth 3.0, MiniUSB and also comes with Java MIDP 3.0 with Project Capuchin API and pre installed StyleTap and NET60 3.0.
Kaoru is also pictured in 5 different colours, as you can see below: Electric Blue, Shiny Gold, Teenage Red, Mineral Grey and Leaf Green.
Monday, June 1st, 2009
Sony Ericsson concept phones, designs and even a teaser of an upcoming concept. The latter was created by Razec and can be checked out below. I can spot a 8.1 megapixel camera sensor in there (if my eyes are sharp enough) and it turns out that this is the Sony Ericsson Phan concept phone.
Having a look at the Esato board, I came across some neat
Next up is echo.shane’s Wallet design, a concept that looks and feels like a wallet, thanks to its leather texture. It’s easy to carry in one’s hands and pocket and it turns out we’ll be finding more about this project in the future.
Finally, we get to see more of a poster than a concept phone, since dozens of XPERIA X2 designs have passed before our eyes. This Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 concept is quite a looker, keeping the same panel-based interface of the original handset and probably relying on a customized version of Windows Mobile… or maybe Symbian?
Sunday, May 31st, 2009
Sony Ericsson handset with a decent QWERTY keyboard and a hot camera at the back. We’ve got no QWERTY Cyber-shot to look at in real life, so the designer created his own concept: Sony Ericsson C918 Cyber-shot.
Esato board member echo.shane aka concept phone creator Shane A. Bygrave wishes a
The handset features an 8.1 megapixel camera, geotagging, aGPS, Xenon flash, face detection and touch focus.
There’s also a full touch TFT display on board, Walkman 3.0, Wi-Fi, photo fix, shake control, DLNA, the above-mentioned sliding QWERTY keyboard and Symbian 5th Edition.
Tuesday, April 21st, 2009
Razec from Esato designs a Sony Ericsson concept phone, you know you’re in for a treat… This is also the case of XPERIA X10, a very neat smartphone concept, bearing the codename of Eureka. This is a curved side sliding device, with dual front design, metallic finish and brushed metal finish.
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 supports quadband HSUPA, GSM, UMTS, EDGE connectivity, but there’s also WiMAX on board, WLAN, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and DLNA technology. The handset’s display is a 640 x 320 color TFT, a resistive touchscreen with support for handwriting recognition and full finger navigation.
X10′s specs list also includes a full QWERTY keyboard, stereo speakers, a 600 MHz TI OMAP 3430 CPU, 192MB RAM, 256MB Flash memory, 16GB of internal memory and the famous Symbian OS. Opera 9.7 handles the web browsing, while the UIQ UI Theme handles the interactions.
What would a hot and new XPERIA handset be without a very cool camera? Enter the 8.1 megapixel sensor featured on the Eureka/X10, coming with autofocus, LED flash, Sony G-Lens, stereo sound video (WVGA 30 fps), 20x digital zoom and a mineral glass lens cover.
The phone’s battery is a Lithium Polymer 1500 mAh unit and mobile gamers out there were not forgotten, as Razec’s concept also comes with a dual mode QWERTY keyboard, doubling as gaming keys.
Widescreen aspect ratio will make gaming on the X10 a pleasure and there’s even a neat accessory for the phone, also in the conceptual stage: the IDC 900 electronic hard case, you can check out below. The case incorporates a a 176 x 36 OLED display, a digital clock and an internal fast port.
I have to say that Razec did a great job with this concept and I’m really curious to see his next device, a QWERTY Symbian phone with a panel/widgets UI on board.