If you look at the current popular music and movies, also TV shows, you’ll notice that the nostalgia plays a large part of them. That’s why the last Dua Lipa album was well received and also “Stranger Things”. They exude 80s nostalgia. Now we go back to the early 2000s,
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It’s been a while since J. Havrlant’s last concept, but it’s never too late to produce a hit. He created the Sony Ericsson Xperia Tanso smartphone, available only as a teaser for now. The handset is pictured here: As the teaser shows, Xperia Tanso seems like a huge touchscreen cameraphone,
Ronan Caer has shown me a very interesting Sony Ericsson design of a phone called Eros 2. This device uses magnets (the three bands on the handset) to attach to metallic surfaces, like fridges for example. Also, this is a very light device, that’s also resistant and simplistic. Sony Ericsson
Remember when our site and a bunch of other sites got excited over a new leaked Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot phone? Well, we fell for it, since this was a concept created by Shane A. Bygrave who now details his work in the following pics. Known as Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot Yiko,
Designer FreshFarfan from Deviantart created back in 2008 a Sony Ericsson phone that we love even now, the Sony Ericsson P2i model. It’s not dual core, it’s not packed with a 4 inch display or other tech wonders, but it still looks great! This is the mother of all Xperias,
Esato board member RKSynth recently published a concept that reminds us of the times when Sony Ericsson rocked the world. Well, they seem to be back at it, with the Xperia series, but there was a time when the T and P models were very loved. The handset below combines
One of our site’s regulars, Frank Tobias recently posted on his website a new Sony Ericsson concept phone, the SE Zento. This is quite a huge smartphone, with a 4.4 inch touchscreen, using the Sony Mobile BRAVIA Engine and Android 3.0 as the OS. Notice how lately most concepts of
Not a day of rest for Esato’s juris15, who created yet another Xperia concept. This time, the handset is known as Sony Ericsson Xperia Ryo and pictured below. This device adopts the sliding portrait QWERTY design, combined with the usual huge touchscreen we’ve all come to love on the Xperias.
Esato board user RKSynth recently teased us with one of his new phone designs, the Sony Ericsson XYTOZO. The device now gets fully pictured and specced after the break. It comes with a 3.5 inch HVGA display, an 8.1 megapixel camera and a 2 megapixel front camera with face recognition.
Sonny Lim, a designer from Singapore has created a pretty interesting Sony Ericsson concept phone, dubbed the 3G, that’s based on a simplistic method of communication. Sony Ericsson 3G uses its large touchscreen display, allowing the users to draw symbols and write text and numbers with the thumb on a