Comments: 0Tuesday, November 3rd 2009 - 15:45 CET
Sony-Ericsson unveils the XPERIA X10, the first cell phone in a family of phones to deliver a consistent user experience where communication truly becomes entertainment. Building on Sony Ericsson’s entertainment heritage and combining rich graphics with intelligence capabilities, the Sony-Ericsson XPERIA X10 mobile phone introduces a new UX platform that will evolve across the product portfolio and expand over time continuously introducing new features and capabilities. The new Sony-Ericsson XPERIA X10 is the first mobile phone to truly humanise the way people interact with their cell phones.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, October 27th 2009 - 17:45 CET
Has Sony-Ericsson become completely careless, or is it an new intentional strategy to leak product information? If the leaking carries on like this, there simply won't be any mobile phones left to introduce during the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona. As of this year, Sony-Ericsson no longer uses names like Cybershot or Walkman; instead more exotic names pop up, such as Satio. We have now come across the Sony Ericsson Kurara, which is supposedly a Symbian S60 5th generation OS Smartphone. At this time, the Sony Ericsson Kurara specifications are still scarce, although it's expected to be a full-touch Sony-Ericsson Symbian phone featuring a large display and an 8 Megapixel camera.
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Comments: 0Monday, October 26th 2009 - 20:05 CET
I am appalled, I can't find a better word to express myself. What's the use of press spokesmen, press events and all sorts of seemingly official introductions, when the information itself is left loose on the Internet? Take for example the Sony Ericsson Xperia 3, a phone based on the Google Android OS. Officially, the Sony Ericsson Android Smartphone does not yet even exist, however, several pictures of the Xperia 3 can already be found, including several phone specifications. Sony Ericsson just doesn't seem capable of keeping product information away from the Net, while at the same time, journalists are expected to keep their mouths shut because of an NDA. Who's the fool here?
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Comments: 0Thursday, October 22nd 2009 - 15:20 CEST
The Sony Ericsson W995 is a true multimedia phone, excellent when it comes to audio, in particular when the SE W995 is used combined with the PlayNow service of Sony Ericsson. However, the W995 is not a so-called Walkman phone, it has other powerful features such as the 8 Megapixel autofocus digital camera with several functionalities; for example, face detection, macro, exposure metering etc. • Take a look at our Sony Ericsson W995 picture gallery.
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Comments: 0Thursday, September 3rd 2009 - 14:20 CEST
Sony-Ericsson announces the XPERIA X2 a new Windows phone that offers a best in class email and multimedia experience. In the modern world where 24/7 communication is key, users can instantly synchronise their mail and calendar and open and edit Microsoft Office Mobile documents quickly and efficiently to stay connected with colleagues wherever they are.
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Comments: 1Thursday, August 13th 2009 - 06:00 CEST
Beautiful inside and out, The Sony-Ericsson Jalou mobile phone exudes style as well as substance for the ultimate in chic communication. Sony Ericsson's latest style statement is only 73mm long - shorter than your favourite lipstick, it is easy to slip into the tiniest clutch or jacket pocket and is full of essential cell phone features. Never mind a signature necklace or oversized shades; The Sony-Ericsson Jalou is the perfect accessory. Known for its expertise in design and technology, Sony Ericsson explored art, architecture and furniture trends whilst delving deep into the couture and fashion world to ensure Jalou encapsulates some of the hottest fashion trends which will emerge next year.
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Comments: 0Thursday, August 13th 2009 - 05:20 CEST
Jalou by Dolce&Gabbana is a special limited edition clamshell handset, exuding style and substance both inside and out. The Dolce & Gabbana branded style statement has a beautifully facet cut jewel form and is only 73mm long - shorter than your favourite lipstick. The Sony-Ericsson Jalou Dolce&Gabbana handset is easy to slip into the tiniest clutch or jacket pocket and is full of essential features. The new Sony-Ericsson Jalou by Dolce&Gabbana comes complete with exclusive packaging and accessories - three silky rose satin bags to either protect the phone, store the charger, or to even carry jewellery. But that’s not all - The limited edition Sony-Ericsson cell phone comes with a special Dolce & Gabbana headset with gold accents.
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Comments: 0Sunday, June 28th 2009 - 11:45 CEST
Summertime! Sony-Ericsson has introduced a new Slider phone. The Sony Ericsson T715 mobile phone allows consumers to stay connected without any compromise on communication features or design. An ultra compact slider mobile phone, the Sony-Ericsson T715 still offers a large keypad and font size allowing you to get the most out of your SMS, MMS or email management. Keep yourself organised in an intuitive way with the Sony Ericsson T715 smart desktop feature, direct reminders of appointments, notes and special animation to remind you of birthdays and global events. Messaging is quick and easy with the ability to review the history of your conversation as you go along.
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Comments: 0Saturday, June 6th 2009 - 22:52 CEST
Sony Ericsson unveils a new mobile handset, the Sony Ericsson Naite. With the Naite Sony Ericsson shows its ongoing commitment to taking a lead on environmental sustainability by driving green innovation that doesn’t compromise on product design and functionality. The Sony Ericsson GreenHeart programme includes the Naite plus the EP300 GreenHeart charger, one of the first of its kind to be introduced to the market. The Sony Ericsson GreenHeart concept is a key pillar in Sony Ericsson’s revitalised product portfolio strategy and the sustainable innovations found in the GreenHeart pioneer products will eventually roll out into the broader portfolio.
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Comments: 0Saturday, June 6th 2009 - 22:51 CEST
Sony Ericsson unveils a new mobile handset, the Sony Ericsson GreenHeart C901. With the C901 GreenHeart Sony Ericsson shows its ongoing commitment to taking a lead on environmental sustainability by driving green innovation that doesn’t compromise on product design and functionality. The Sony Ericsson GreenHeart programme includes the C901 GreenHeart plus the MH300 GreenHeart headset, one of the greenest headsets on the market. The Sony Ericsson GreenHeart concept is a key pillar in Sony Ericsson’s revitalised product portfolio strategy and the sustainable innovations found in the GreenHeart pioneer products will eventually roll out into the broader portfolio.
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