Jozef Kocúr has made a name on our site and the Esato board, by posting many concepts of the Sony Ericsson smartphones, some bearing the XPERIA branding. A new design of his is the Sony Ericsson Shio concept, pictured below and running Android. There’s also a powerful camera at the
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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
Esato board member RKSynth strikes again, this time with a Sony Ericsson Android phone, with a classic design. The device is known as SE Xytozo and it comes with 3G support, Bluetooth, GPS, a camera at the back and probably a bunch more features making it a great mid-end device.
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
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X3 will hit the market in February 2010, if all goes well and this device is a premiere: the first Sony Ericsson Android phone. Till we get to see the real device in action, we’ve got a couple of 3D renders of the handset, available below. XPERIA
After the XPERIA X2 got somewhat official, since tons of leaks have revealed its looks and specs, it’s time to move on to the future of Sony Ericsson’s smartphone series. This is why we’ve been seeing so many XPERIA X5 concepts on the Esato board, the latest being Shane A.
After having a look at Esato board user JOJO2531’s SE W907 concept, it’s time to move on to another one of his works, the Sony Ericsson C907 design. We’re dealing with a Cyber-shot device with flash, probably autofocus, too and Android on board. Is it a viable idea? I have
Esato’s back with a tob!s design, the Sony Ericsson CS8 concept phone, featuring Android, a T-Mobile logo and a pretty basic design. Those look like touch-sensitive keys near the nav pad and you can spot a front camera incorporated in the device’s upper side, so there’s also 3G and videoconference
Tob!s from the Esato board designed yet another Android handset, probably a Sony Ericsson XPERIA device, known as the X3. After so many X2 concepts, a follow-up (at least in naming) is a breath of fresh air. As usual, the handset features a touchscreen display, the classic Android UI, but
Sealover94 from the Esato forum designed a brand new Sony Ericsson concept phone, pictured below in a pretty blurry image. No info on the handset’s name, no specs, nada… All we can notice is that it features Android OS and its design rather reminds me of a smartphone or a