Sony Ericsson Clementine Combines BRAVIA Technology With a Rotating Display, Hot Features

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WhiteEye from Esato hast just shown the world his superb Sony Ericsson Clementine concept, a clamshell that features an innovative format, based on “folders”, that allow the display to rotate easily. This device is also known as 3FOLDERSTYLE and it’s a mid-end handset with BRAVIA technology on board and support for DVB-H TV.


Clementine works on GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 850/1900/2100 (up to 7.2 Mbps) networks and it packs a 2.8 inches 240 x 400 TFT display with BRAVIA RealityMAX engine.

There’s also a 1.5 inch 108 x 128 organic EL subdisplay on board (with reflective surface), plus a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with photo flash, face detection and smile shutter.


This new Sony Ericsson concept incorporates an internal antenna, for DVB-H TV reception and touch-sensitive keys for music playback and TV broadcast. The phone’s specs list also includes a Memory Stick Micro slot, a neat speaker and AccuWeather support.

See how the rotating display works and check out the high quality TV features on the handset below.



The following posters are promotional images for Sony Ericsson Clementine, the first is its English version, followed by the Chinese and Indonesian one. Great job WhiteEye!




[via Esato]