Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot phone? Well, we fell for it, since this was a concept created by Shane A. Bygrave who now details his work in the following pics.
Remember when our site and a bunch of other sites got excited over a new leaked
Known as Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot Yiko, the device runs Android in the typical SE customized way. The device comes with a 16 megapixel camera, with Exmor R technology and a powerful flash. The form factor of the handset reminds me of the Xperia Arc, especially with the curved shape of the Yiko and its low thickness.
Should we consider this an Xperia Arc with an upgraded camera?
Friday, October 15th, 2010
Shane A. Bygrave is a designer name we haven’t heard in a long while on our site, but now he’s back to posting on Esato his Sony Ericsson concept phones. This time we’re dealing with an upgrade to the P1i model, that’s part of the GreenHeart series and should be known as SE Ulvo aka P2.
This is a candybar handset with a front full QWERTY keyboard, that could come in handy, specially when combined with a decent touchscreen display. Sony Ericsson Ulvo might prove to be a thick handset in the end, but it’s a mere design for now, so we’ll let it be.
Friday, October 9th, 2009
Sony Ericsson Impersa concept we’ve shown you a couple of days ago? Well, aside from the original image of the device, we’ve now got a bunch of new shots, courtesy of its maker, Shane A. Bygrave. We remind you that this is Cyber-shot concept phone, with a 12.1 megapixel camera.
Remember the hot
Also dubbed the Impersa HD, the device packs a 4.1 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with multi-touch support. The screen is protected against scratches, it supports portrait and landscape mode and you should know that the phone’s camera uses a Carl Zeiss lens, with autofocus, 3x optical zoom, XenonFlash, camera notification, self timer and night light.
A 3.5mm audio jack and a microSD card slot are also on the specs list of this concept. In the last image below, you can have a look at Impersa HD’s interface, looking pretty hot actually, specially if you take into account that this is a cameraphone.
Tuesday, October 6th, 2009
Sony Ericsson Impersa concept phone a couple of days ago and now we’ve finally managed to see the finalized project. If you’re worried that two pics are too little for such a hot 12.1 megapixel cameraphone, don’t fret, as designer Shane A. Bygrave has got more shots coming.
We’ve shown you the teaser of the
Impersa is a Sony Ericsson cameraphone, part of the Cyber-shot series and supporting 3x optical zoom. The handset supports photoblogging, MMS, email and packs a 4.1 inch AMOLED capacitive multi-touch display. This touchscreen supports 800 x 1200 pixels resolution and comes with 720p HD video recording at 30 fps.
The concept phone is also called Impersa HD and it weighs 124 grams, plus it measures 113 x 58 x 17mm. The device runs on Android Open Source OS and uses a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, supports 4G connectivity, UMTS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, DLNA, USB, aGPS and GPS.
This cameraphone’s specs list also includes 512MB RAM, 1GB ROM, 4GB of internal memory and a microSD card slot with support for memory expansion of up to 120GB.
Sunday, October 4th, 2009
Sony Ericsson concept phone, dubbed the Impersa. This handset seems to be a slider, if we’re not mistaking and all we’ve got right now are our speculations and a teaser of the phone.
Esato board member Shane A. Bygrave is getting ready to unveil a new
We can spot a camera at the back and probably a Xenon flash, but there’s a bulky thingie at the top of the sliding mechanism which might as well be a very impressive camera sensor or some cool gaming accessory. All of these may be dispelled in a few hours, but boy, we like to speculate!
Thursday, September 17th, 2009
Sony Ericsson Walkman X-Dj concept previously, created by Esato board user Shane A. Bygrave and now we’ve got the full specs list of the phone and a couple of new pictures you can see below.
We have shown you the
The Sony Ericsson concept weighs 115 grams, packs dual speakers, a 3.5 inch AMOLED display (multi-touch with a 800 x 1024 pixel resolution), a sliding music keyboard and support for 4G connectivity. Bluetooth 3.0 and DLNA are also on board, together with aGPS, GPS, an AMD Mobile Technology 1 GHz processor, Sony 3D graphics and 512 MB RAM.
1GB ROM and 32GB built in memory complete the specs list and you should also know that the A500 OS is running the show on this music phone. Office MobilePlus is also supported, together with a task manager and there’s an 8.1 megapixel camera at the back if you want to record the moments dear to you.
Monday, September 7th, 2009
Sony Ericsson Walkman phone get launched, but at least we’ve got concepts, like the one that Shane A. Bygrave from the Esato board created. Dubbed the Sony Ericsson Walkman X-DJ, this music phone comes with dual speakers, a 3.5 inch AMOLED multi-touch display and a slide out music keyboard.
It’s been a while since we last saw a
Walkman X-DJ supports 4G connectivity, UTMS, quad band, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, DLNA, aGPS and it packs a 1 GHz processor (AMD Mobile Technology), Sony 3D graphics, 1GB ROM, 32GB internal memory and a microSD card slot (120GB of extra memory).
There’s also an 8 megapixel camera at the back and a funny feature, that’s either generated by my poor sight or a slip of the designer: 512GB of RAM. Now THAT would be something!
Thursday, August 13th, 2009
XPERIA X5 concepts on the Esato board, the latest being Shane A. Bygrave’s design, you can check out below.
After the XPERIA X2 got somewhat official, since tons of leaks have revealed its looks and specs, it’s time to move on to the future of Sony Ericsson’s smartphone series. This is why we’ve been seeing so many
This time we’re dealing with an Android version of the X5, one that weighs 138 grams, measures 110 x 55 x 17mm an comes in 2 colours: Oceanic Blue and Vinyls Red. As far as specs are concerned, the device comes with a primary 4 inch multi-touch OLED display with 1280 x 800 pixels resolution, dual speakers, Android OS, a QWERTY slide out keyboard and portable screen.
4G connectivity is also supported, together with quad-band, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, DLNA, USB, aGPS and there’s also built-in GPS among the features. An AMD Mobile Technology 1GHZ processor is running the show from underneath the case, accompanied by an Nvidia 3D graphic chipset, 1GB RAM, 2GB ROM and SD/MMC/MC card slot (external memory max 1TB).
There’s also an 8.1 megapixel camera on board with Photo Fix, touch focus, video recording and a VGA videocall cam, plus music features like MegaBass and TrackID. The best feature of this phone has got to be the X5′s wireless detachable screen, that’ll provide many hours of multimedia entertainment.
Saturday, July 25th, 2009
Shane A. Bygrave and Esato user tob!s are probably the most constant creators of Sony Ericsson concept phones (Razec and the others too), great looking concepts that is, like the new one below. We’re dealing with an 8 megapixel cameraphone concept with support for autofocus, a huge touchscreen and a great case pattern at the back.
What do you make of it? Cyber-shot Android? Touch focus included?
Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
teaser of his future project, Shane A. Bygrave introduces the Sony Ericsson G819 Compass concept phone, a pretty hot Android 2.0 handset. The device uses an ARM Cortex-A12 1GHz processor, a 3D graphics HW accelerator and a microSD card slot for cards of up to 32GB.
After showing us a
Sony Ericsson G819 measures 112 x 55 x 13mm, weighs 126 grams and feaures a 3.5 inch TFT touchscreen with a 360 x 640 pixels resolution. A-GPS and WiFi are also on board, together with Bluetooth, Google Maps, a modem feature, PictBridge, TV out, USB and Compass Assistance.
This phone also incorporates a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, BestPic, face detection, VGA 30 fps video recording, geotagging, image stabiliser, smile detection and touch capture. The Compass feature is demoed in one of the images below and it’ll help you get directions, no matter where you are.