Clauf from the Esato board showed the world his vision regarding a new Sony Ericsson T device, the T905, which is more of a Cybershot handset than anything else. This is one of those rare occasions when the designer of the concept phone offers the public more specs than pictures of the handset.
The T905 comes with a 2.6 inches BRAVIA touchscreen with a 800 x 480 pixels resolution, quadband GSM 850/900/1800/1900 support and 3G HSDPA 1800/1900/2100 connectivity. On the specs list of this hybrid you’ll also find an accelerometer, aGPS, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash and stereo speakers.
Clauf’s handset uses A300 software like a task manager, a Facebook app, Flash or Java widgets, Gmail, Picasa, Google Maps and many others. I, for one am very content about these specs, but I’d like more images to go along with them.