Sony Ericsson G819 Compass, a Shane A. Bygrave Phone Design

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After showing us a teaser of his future project, Shane A. Bygrave introduces the Sony Ericsson G819 Compass concept phone, a pretty hot Android 2.0 handset. The device uses an ARM Cortex-A12 1GHz processor, a 3D graphics HW accelerator and a microSD card slot for cards of up to 32GB.


Sony Ericsson G819 measures 112 x 55 x 13mm, weighs 126 grams and feaures a 3.5 inch TFT touchscreen with a 360 x 640 pixels resolution. A-GPS and WiFi are also on board, together with Bluetooth, Google Maps, a  modem feature, PictBridge, TV out, USB and Compass Assistance.

This phone also incorporates a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, BestPic, face detection, VGA 30 fps video recording, geotagging, image stabiliser, smile detection and touch capture. The Compass feature is demoed in one of the images below and it’ll help you get directions, no matter where you are.




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