Sony Ericsson Swift Revives the P Series, Adds Android and BlackBerry Looks in the Mix

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Sony Ericsson was never a company to launch BlackBerry lookalikes, providing an alternative to those handsets and to Nokia E Series phones, through their P Series. Now that the P Series is dead, Esato board user MrEstranger proposes a rival, thanks to the Sony Ericsson Swift concept phone.


This QWERTY handset measures 14mm in thickness, it runs Android and it packs an 800 MHz CPU, a resistive touchscreen display and a microSD card slot. There’s also an 8 megapixel camera at the back, complete with autofocus and flash, plus a 3.5mm audio jack and a very interesting full QWERTY keyboard, pictured above.

You’ll also find two user defined shortcut keys on the front panel and we must say that combining a touchscreen with a front QWERTY keyboard can be risky, but also a winning solution. What do you think?

[via Esato]