Tuesday, December 13th, 2011
Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD, aka Nozomi, now we have yet another work from Jsus, the same guy who created some appealing Sony Ericsson concepts. This time he seems to have tweaked an Xperia Arc handset, as shown in the following pictures.
After showing you the first real pics of the
The front side of the device is totally a Xperia Arc, while the profile shows us a big bump in the lower back area of the phone. This doesn’t look anything like other Sony Ericsson devices, to be honest. Also, those physical buttons below the display seem already antique right now, considering that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich uses virtual buttons under the screen. I also don’t quite understand what that bump is for… It may allow the device to use a bigger battery, stuff in a LTE chip, a bigger camera sensor or who knows what.
It might also be that this model mimics the design of the Sony Tablet S, with a curved area like a folded magazine and a buttons placed in its sides, far from the user’s sight. Or it could just be a real phone, that will be coming soon and it got pictured ahead of time. Which one do you think it is?
Friday, December 9th, 2011
Does this Xperia concept phone look like a monolith or what? The Sony Ericsson Xperia Prisma was created by Maika Sylva, from Rotterdam, Netherlands and while it may not be the most beautiful design, at least it’s original. A bit too wide for my taste, this handset also has some modern specs, that you can read below.
Xperia Prisma comes with a 1.4GHz processor, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as the OS, a display with an 800 x 1000 pixel resolution and a chassis that’s 13mm thick. There’s also a 10 megapixel camera on board and support for 4G, WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0. The device weighs 140 grams and comes with the usual 3.5mm audio jack.
The classic capacitive Android buttons are on the sharp cut lower side of the phone, that stands out from the entire design. This look like more of an Xperia Mini series of device, so it may be the small and resilient kind, like the Xperia Active. The interface looks nice, but it seems that the image has been dragged and pulled to fit the screen, which is not exactly top notch editing. Now, you have your say about this Sony Ericsson concept…
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
Frank Tobias Sony Ericsson concepts on our website and rest assured that there are quite a bunch. We’re dealing with a Walkman phone here with musical features, a large touchscreen and probably a very good camera. The design is very Xperia-like, if you ask me.
You can find all of the
Sony Ericsson Beat is an Android model, it packs a front camera and most likely the TrackID, Walkman Player and other similar audio features, specific to the Walkman models. It’s interesting to see the word “Beat” or “Beats” being used by more and more music devices. On the one hand we’ve got HTC Who bought the Beats by Dre company and now offers handsets with great audio systems and now we’ve got this Sony Ericsson Beat music phone.
Plus, there’s also the HP TouchPad tablet with Beats audio… If there’s any link between this Sony Ericsson Walkman concept and the Beats by Dre brand, we should expect a fantastic set of earphones to be bundled with it. Of course, since this is only a design, there’s no telling when this model will come to life.
[via Frank Tobias]
Saturday, July 30th, 2011
J. Havrlant is already a household name here at Concept Phones… After the teaser he showed us for the Xperia Tanso smartpone, now the designer realized the full version of the Tanso concept.
In case you didn’t know,
The new Sony Ericsson Xperia model comes with a big touch display, very slim edges, making me think of an edge to edge display and most likely a powerful camera at the back. Android is most likely the OS of choice, with the usual customizations by TimeScape and MediaScape and a Media Discovery feat.
Notice the cool circular buttons at the bottom area and the highlighted speaker at the top. This would make a very big Nokia X7 rival, or even a better model.
Update: And another picture below, the original has been lightened up by Bart Schuck. Thanks a lot!
Friday, July 22nd, 2011
Frank Tobias decided to stay away from Android for a while and created the Sony Ericsson Xperia aero concept. This light and ergonomic smartphone comes with a user-friendly interface and it skips Android in favor of some other OS that the designer didn’t want to mention.
I can speculate that the OS is Windows Phone 7, since Frank has been receiving suggestions towards this platform. Also, it could be MeeGo or webOS, but let’s see what he decides. As far as specs go, the Xperia Aero comes with an 8.1 megapixel camera at the back and a 3.2 megapixel camera at the front for videocalls.
Bonus, you get a new shot of the Xperia Smart, designed by the same Frank Tobias and pictured below:
[via Frank Tobias]
Friday, July 22nd, 2011
Victor Cao has a new product from the same series.
A while after the first new Sony Ericsson Walkman phone concepts appeared on our website, SE decided to make a real release of such a handset. Thus, they launched something that was similar to the Xperia X8, only with audio features and called it the W8. Well, now designer
He teased us with the poster you can see above, announcing a new “W” model, meaning that a new Walkman is on the way. It’s most likely Android material and the screen looks big enough, maybe even 4 inches in diagonal. We’ll just have to wait and see what this is all about in the following days…
Monday, July 18th, 2011
Sony Ericsson Xperia Ape, Frank Tobias brings us the Xperia Smart concept. This is yet another Honeycomb smartphone with a 3.9 inch Reality Display, based on the Mobile BRAVIA Engine technology.
On the inside we find a 2GHz dual core processor, plus 1GB of RAM and 8 to 64GB of internal memory. Sony Ericsson Xperia smart supports WiFi, DLNA and NFC connectivity and features an 8.1 megapixel camera with Sony Exmor R sensor, LED flash and 1080p full HD video recording. Videocalling will be handled through a 3.2 megapixel front camera.
Which model do you like better? Ape or Smart?
[via Frank Tobias]
Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
Sony Ericsson concept that might just be the first Android 4.0 device I’ve seen. This model runs the OS also codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich and packs some appealing features, such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon Dual Core CPU and 1 GB of RAM.
Esato board member kewsvnet designed the Xperia Mix, a
64GB of internal storage will save all your songs and video files, while upfront there’s a 3.2 OLED capacitive touchscreen, Sony Ericsson Xperia Mix comes with a carbon fiber body, a sliding keyboard with LED interactive input and an 8 megapixel Exmor R camera with HD video recording. There’s also a secondary 1.3 megapixel camera at the front.
The connectivity options are the usual TV out, WiFi a/b/g/n, DLNA, Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC. The sliding keyboard gets multifunctional symbols, in case you want unique features.
Wednesday, June 8th, 2011
Sony Ericsson X3 concept we’ve shown you here and now he’s back with more shots of the device. You can find them on his blog or check out the pics below for extra design details. This is a 2.5GHz dual core smartphone with a 10 megapixel camera, in case you’re wondering.
Frank Tobias created the
The screen upfront is a 4.2 inch touchscreen and the device seems to show an impressive speaker at the bottom, if I’m not mistaking. This is clearly Android material, if you ask me and a smartphone that will probably become real in 6 months or so. Till then we’re left with the design and wishful thinking.
Some may say that this would also make a great Windows Phone device, but I guess it’s up to the designer to decide, right?
Sunday, June 5th, 2011
Sony Ericsson concept that reminds me of a supercar, this time created by Esato board member zimB. This device is dubbed the Sony Ericsson Swoop and it’s inspired by the design of a new Lamborghini, as we showed you right here.
Here’s a cool
This time, zimB is back with some specs too, not only the concept. Swoop uses a Corning Gorilla Glass protected screen, with a 4.3 inch diagonal and 3D technology support. The MotionFlow technology shows fast action movies and reduces blur caused by quick camera movements. At the inside of the phone we find a new multicore CPU, the TI OMAP4470 with fourth generation OMAP technology @ 1.8 GHz.
Sony Ericsson Swoop comes with an incredible 12.000 mAh battery, HDMI, WiFi, 4G, 128GB of internal memory and a 16 megapixel camera with Exmor backlit matrix and autofocus.
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