Esato board member Remort1 decided that he didn’t like the Sony Ericsson Aspen eco-friendly phone, so he made his very own version of the device. You can check it out in the following images and you should know that the real handset was announced in February and it’s coming in
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Talk about sleek Sony Ericsson concepts! Esato board member Remort1 has just posted a brilliant smartphone design that doesn’t have a name yet, but it looks quite stunning. The full touch handset features a 10 megapixel camera with flash and we’re really curious to find out more info about it.
Esato board member Remort1 created a pretty nifty Sony Ericsson concept phone, the very first design of 2010, an XPERIA handset with a cool 8.1 megapixel camera. There’s also a full touchscreen display on board and the device runs Android, as shown in the image below. It’s going to be
Esato board user Remort1 created a fresh Sony Ericsson concept, sporting an UI called Xcellent and a 12.1 megapixel camera. The latter supports autofocus, touch focus, video recording, geo tagging and face detection, plus it comes with a Xenon flash. The same cameraphone also uses smile detection, an image stabiliser,
Esato board user Remort1 has created a brand new Sony Ericsson concept, sporting a 12.1 megapixel camera and a flash at the back. Its display looks like a full touchscreen and the OS of choice for this beauty is probably Android or Symbian. We have no info on this SE
Esato board user Remort1 is teasing us with a new design, the Sony Ericsson iMPERIA concept, pictured below. This is a SE device with a full touchscreen display, a simplistic front design and I, for one, would like to see Android running on it, if possible. The real question is:
Frank Tobias aka Remort1 from Esato created a brand new tablet, the Sony Ericsson Vivaz XL concept, that you can check out below. This is not his first tablet design, as he also created the very neat Sony Ericsson Maino Windows 7 slate. Vivaz XL is inspired by the SE
It’s been a while since we saw the last Playstation Phone, but here’s another design, created by Frank Tobias, also known as Remort1, on the Esato board. The back side of the PSP Phone reminds us of the Playstation3 console, while the front side is very basic, with a full
We’ve called him Remort1 for so long and we never knew his name was Frank Tobias… We’re talking about the Esato board member that showed us so many interesting concepts. The latest is a Sony Ericsson tablet called Maino and pictured after the break. Apparently, the device is somewhat inspired
Esato board member Remort1 is back, not discouraged by the critique of the Sony Ericsson Etio concept and this time shows us an interesting idea: a SE phone with two touchscreens. The lower part of the handset is used as its touch keyboard and you should also know that this