More and more sources are confirming the name “iPhone HD” as the official one for the next-gen Apple handset. Esato board user tob!s created an iPhone 4G concept that looks pretty good and can be seen in the following image. This iPhone HD wannabe packs 32GB of internal memory, a camera at the back and a curvier case than usual. Likey?
This is probably the best poster for a concept phone I’ve seen lately… Esato board user tob!s created the very nice 12 megapixel cameraphone Sony Ericsson Camari. The handset also comes with a Walkman Player, Clearbass technology and a very cool landscape full touchscreen display.
The 12 megapixel camera supports autofocus and that’s about all we know about this Sony Ericsson concept phone. Too bad that Miley Cyrus appears on the screen and not some other more talented artist and all in all, if you want a comparison, the handset looks like a futuristic car stereo.
We’re sure that more pics of Camari are coming and we can’t wait for them.
Sony Ericsson Rachael is just another one of the upcoming XPERIA handsets and thanks to Esato board user tob!s we get to see how it would look like on the iPhone 3G. The images below show the Rachael UI on Apple’s previous-gen handset, plus there’s a video below to demo it.
I’m guessing it’s all video/photo editing stuff, since I have a hard time believing that the interface was already leaked, but who knows, right? tob!s did a wonderful job and I wonder what would happen if Sony Ericsson launched a device with HTC’s Sense UI on board and Android OS, too.
Call me crazy, but there’s something about this iPhone 4G design that screams “Asian” about it… not that it’s something bad or anything, but I would clearly see Toshiba or Meizu creating such a device. The iPhone 4G concept you can check out below was created by Esato board user tob!s.
Its design is very simple and clean, keeping with the previous iPhone versions, only this time the rounded edges are almost square-ish and the handset gets the same 32GB storage space of the 3GS version. I’m guessing that the camera has been improved and that the “4G” stands for WiMAX/LTE support, right?
What would tob!s’ XPERIA X5 Nadine concept phone be without a proper App Store? The Esato board member published a concept screenshot of the “Sony Ericsson AppsNow Arena”, obviously only a project of his and not the real deal.
Considering SE’s financial losses, it’s very unlikely they’ll launch such a service in the following years. The concept looks nice, though…
Just as the heat was killing our neurons, we found something cool enough to distract us from the evil sun: Esato user tob!s’ latest Sony Ericsson concept phone. This is yet another render of the XPERIA X5, bearing the codename Nadine, but it manages to surpass every other render so far, design-wise.
XPERIA X5 is available in Chrome Silver, Ocean Blue and Sunny Orange, each of these versions looking well enough to compete with any HTC or Nokia device. As far as specs are concerned, we get the best on the market: 12 megapixel camera with autofocus, Xenon flash and HD video recording, plus a 3.5 inch touchscreen.
There’s also a touch keyboard on the features list, Android OS (2.0 most likely) and even a Sony Ericsson App Store, something that seems impossible now, considering the company’s financial problems. Great job as usual tob!s and this might just be the best Sony Ericsson design I’ve seen this summer.
Fancy a multitouch device branded Sony Ericsson and running the Android OS? What if it had a 12 megapixel camera on board with Xenon flash? Too bad that this is only a concept and I’m talking about Sony Ericsson Tatino, created by Esato board user tob!s.
The handset is a high end phone that’s part of the Entertainment Unlimited Series and it also comes with WiFi, a minimalist design and probably tons of internal memory.
If we were back in the days of the Renaissance we’d have a category of “beauty in the wild” shots portraying concept phones and leaked handsets. Now, we’re dealing with images of phones that look real and not the usual Photoshop makeovers. Esato board user tob!s shows us how Sony Ericsson Rachael would look live.
This Android 2.0 device has been on everyone’s lips recently and many seem to think that it comes with the XPERIA branding. Nice render and I hope you realized that this is not the real thing…
Esato’s back with a tob!s design, the Sony Ericsson CS8 concept phone, featuring Android, a T-Mobile logo and a pretty basic design. Those look like touch-sensitive keys near the nav pad and you can spot a front camera incorporated in the device’s upper side, so there’s also 3G and videoconference support on board.
We wish we could have shown you the Sony Ericsson 2010 leaked phone roadmap, but all we’ve got are a couple of handsets created by the skilled Esato user tob!s. I’m talking about MU 2, T802, G909 and XPERIA X3, the latter being shown on our site a while ago.
Below there’s MU 2, one of the designer’s favorite phone and a pretty hot multimedia device, packing a pretty big touchscreen and hopefully Android OS. T802 features a pretty odd keypad and design, while G909 is something we’ve seen before, but XPERIA X3 is definitely the star of this bunch.
Will at least one of the handsets make it to the market in 2010?