Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011
Xperia X Tab slate now brings us the X Tab 10, a brilliant Sony Ericsson tablet with a Reality Display and many appealing features. This 10.1 inch device supports a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and it was created by Esato board user juris15.
The same man who created the first
The Xperia X Tab 10 comes with a 16.2MP camera (Exmor R) with Xenon flash and 4x optical zoom, plus support for HD recording. There’s also a 3.2MP camera upfront and Android 3.0 Honeycomb is the OS of choice for the slate. Under the hood you’ll find a Qualcomm MSM8660 1.2GHz CPU and 128GB of internal storage.
What more can we say? This unit has everything the iPad provides and more, so it could even rival the Moto Xoom and LG G-Slate. Just give it LTE 4G and it’ll be perfect!
Sunday, January 30th, 2011
Xperia concept. This time, the handset is known as Sony Ericsson Xperia Ryo and pictured below. This device adopts the sliding portrait QWERTY design, combined with the usual huge touchscreen we’ve all come to love on the Xperias.
Not a day of rest for Esato’s juris15, who created yet another
The device is actually pretty cool and it looks a lot like the phones that RIM will be launching in the following months, as BlackBerries will also look (sort of) like that. The question is: do we really need a physical portrait keyboard on the Xperia or is the touch one enough? Considering the success of the WP7 Dell Venue Pro, I’d say this design could be a hit…
What do you say?
Thursday, January 27th, 2011
XPERIA tablet… we know we have and now a concept comes from Esato board user juris15. He created the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X Tab, shown below and looking pretty hot. This device uses a 7 inch Reality Display with Sony Bravia engine and an 8.1MP camera.
You must’ve been dreaming about an
It comes with 62GB internal storage, plus 32GB more via microSD card. The slate looks pretty good, but it won’t avoid the same criticism that Apple has taken with the “the iPad is only a bigger iPhone”. Some will say “the X Tab is a bigger XPERIA smartphone”…
Wednesday, January 26th, 2011
new XPERIA concept, the X3, that now gets a couple of new pics. This device now gets more rounded edges, smooth finishing and we have to mention that its inspiration were the Bloggie cameras.
A couple of days ago juris15 from Esato showed us a brand
The device is capable of 3D capture as shown in the image, that also depicts two lovely camera sensors with Sony lenses. The front of the XPERIA X3 is typical for a model belonging to his series: large touchscreen display, plus a front cam and a bunch of touch buttons in the lower side. Add Android and a cool photo/video capture UI to the handset and you’ve got yourselves a hit!
Saturday, January 22nd, 2011
The Esato board is back in 2011 with a bunch of interesting concepts, like the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X3 aka the X Cube, created by juris15. This handset model is inspired by the Sony Bloggie camera and as the designer says, the look is more like LG than SE.
The main appeal of this device is its ability to capture 3D content and most likely also play it back. The tridimensional capture is achieved by using two camera sensors at the back, both with autofocus and Sony lenses. We’re guessing that 3D glasses aren’t required in order to view the 3D content on this smartphone…
Friday, October 15th, 2010
XPERIA concept with Windows Phone 7 on board. He also designed a specific interface for the OS, as you can see in the last image below. Dubbed Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1-X7, the phone is a full touch smartphone with an 8.1MP camera and the front buttons required by Microsoft in order for WP7 to work.
Juris15 from Esato is at work again, creating an
There’s also a camera button on the side and a brand new version of the Timescape/Mediascape UI, the XPERIAscape. Considering that Sony Ericsson just announced it’ll launch its first Windows Phone 7 handset in 2011 and the fact that Microsoft has yet to implement a decent file manager on this platform, could SE adjust what’s wrong in the new OS, if possible?
Also, it’ll be interesting to see Sony Ericsson using the Zune multimedia player, instead of its famous Walkman…
Tuesday, October 12th, 2010
Sony Ericsson has failed to launch any major hit over the past year, unless you count the XPERIA X10 as one and even that’s disappointing. Where are the quality Cybershots or the Walkman models? Thankfully, we’ve got designers like jurist15, who create Sony Ericsson concepts like the Walkman W-A1i model below.
Available in White Moonstone and Onyx Black this touchscreen Android phone borrows a lot from the XPERIA design, but also slaps a bit of Walkman facade on top of it. Quite a slim device, we have to say, but we doubt SE will continue this line of handsets, that hasn’t produced a new member for a while now… What do you say?
Sunday, October 10th, 2010
The Esato board was our usual place for finding new and appealing Sony Ericsson concepts, but for a while now, their users seem to have gone on holiday. Luckily, at least juris15 is back and he shows us the Sony Ericsson XPERIA PX1i and PX2i concepts, available below. He claims that he copied the X10 design and added it a little something extra.
What do you think?
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010
XPERIA concepts lately and now he turns to the tablet segment, creating the XPERIA XTab device. The slate is not big enough to be called a true tablet, but it’s in the range of the Dell Streak and other similar products. As you can see, it sports a sliding QWERTY keyboard and an incredibly slim design.
Esato board user juris15 created a bunch of fine
I’m not so sure about the tablet’s front side, as it doesn’t look that convincing, specially with the front buttons looking like they were drawn in a hurry. Also, the colour choice could have been different. With some minor facade modifications this Sony Ericsson tablet could be worth a shot.
Monday, July 19th, 2010
XPERIA XTX1 concept phone, so he created a Pro version, that sports a QWERTY keyboard. The device still packs a 12 megapixel camera, accompanied by flash, HD video capture and, if we’re not mistaking, modified front keys beneath the screen.
Esato board user juris15 decided to add something extra to his
The display on the XTX1 Pro looks great and it’s got to be at least 3.7 inches in diagonal. The XPERIA also comes with a front camera and it sliding keyboard looks pretty usable, although it’s strange that the screen part is smaller than the keyboard part.
We wonder how the screen segment looks like when using the camera and sliding this part…