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Sony Ericsson Teases Xperia Ray and Xperia Active Smartphones

It seems that Sony Ericsson will be dishing out two new Xperia smartphones. Not much is known about the Xperia Ray (pictured) and Xperia Active, except that both will be Android-powered. Sources claim that the Ray could be running with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, while it is hard to tell what version of the OS is on Active. The Xperia Ray will have a bronze-ish back panel and is just 9.4mm thick. The smartphone will come with Sony's Bravia Engine technology, which would enhance the resolution of the screen. It can also shoot HD video from its rear-facing camera and it also has a front-facing cam as well. Like the Xperia Play, the Ray will have Facebook Inside Xperia, which lets users utilize the social network from all many of the phone's apps like the camera app, media player, and the address book. Meanwhile, the Xperia Active appears to have a very rugged design with its curved, probably rubberized edges. It is likely that the Active is developed to withstand tough environments. The Active comes with a little loop where a key chain or wrist strap can be attach and has a much thicker form than the Ray. It also has a rear-facing camera and comes in four color schemes. According to Steve Walker, Sony Ericsson's chief marketing officer, the Ray and Active are expected to be launch on the third quarter of 2011 at a lower price point than the Xperia Play, currently priced at $200 with two-year contract from Verizon. Expect to hear more features about these two smartphones in the coming weeks. Source: Huffington Post, via MobileCrunch Read More

Sony Ericsson MW600 Bluetooth Headset With Radio

Sony Ericsson recently introduced its new MW600 Bluetooth Stereo Headset. Although there can be a ton of other Bluetooth Headsets to choose from in the market, this one seems to have that something extra. That something extra is that it is equipped with its own FM radio. Yes, the Sony Ericsson MW600 is not just a Bluetooth headset that can handle some handsfree calling with your mobile phone. It also is equipped with its own radio that can access FM stations directly from the headset. It also has a 3.5mm jack for listening music on mobile phones and other supported audio devices. The headset also comes with its own OLED display that contains the controls and other information when using the headset. It is good for up 11 hours of talk time and radio playing time for every full charge. The new Sony Ericsson MW600 Bluetooth Headset With Radio is available at Amazon for US$55. Image Source: Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson LiveView

Smart phones truly have become quite a common gadget. With all its features, users may sometimes feel that it can be a hassle to use, having to fish it out of one's pocket or pouch to use, especially when taking calls. Some people may appreciate a smart phone with its own remote control of some kind. Actually, this is what the new Sony Ericsson LiveView aims to offer. The Sony Ericsson LiveView allows users to access and use their mobile phones without having to fish it out. This handy device features a 1.3" colored OLED display that connects to your phone via Bluetooth. It provides you with functions such as reading text messages, control your phone's music player, and receive social network updates from friends. The Sony Ericsson LiveView works with compatible smart phones running on Android 2.0. It can be attached to a wristband for easy carrying and monitoring which may be more convenient than taking out your smart phone when you need to use it. The Sony Ericsson LiveView is set be made available sometime in the last quarter of this year. No news yet on how much it will cost. Image Source: Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson Yendo

More and more people seem to like using their mobile phones as their portable music player. In this case, people may no longer need to bring along two different devices whenever they go out. Music listening would never be a problem as long as they have a mobile phone like the Sony Ericsson Yendo. The new Sony Ericsson Yendo is one of the company's popular Walkman phones. But it is the very first one to come out with a full touchscreen display. The Yendo was designed, just like current Walkman phones, with the avid music listener in mind. And with a touchscreen display, the experience is even made more convenient. The Yendo also has the usual features that most mobile phone have today such as an integrated 2MP camera with 4x zoom, Web access features, Bluetooth connectivity, FM radio, support for an external MicroSD card up to 16GB and a long battery life that allows up to 4 hours talk time and 400 hours standby time. The Sony Ericsson Yendo is expected to be available at the Sony Ericsson stores in about 6 months. No news yet on how much it will cost. Image Source: Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson Cedar

Technology need not cause additional waste and pollution for the planet, at least that is what Sony Ericsson tries to promote for some of its products. And for mobile phones, popularity and common usage make them a good choice to practice this philosophy. And in the case of the upcoming Sony Ericsson Cedar, this "green philosophy" is combined with affordability. Sony Ericsson has recently announced that it will be coming up with the new Sony Ericsson Cedar as an option for those who wish to be earth friendly consumers as well as for those who have a "save first" mentality. The Sony Ericsson Cedar will feature options that try to strike up a balance between a business and a social device. The Cedar will provide easy 3G HSDPA access and easy connection options to laptops and PC's. It also helps make social network access easier through its Widget Manager 2.0, an application that allows users to access social networks via the stand by screen. But what is more interesting about the Sony Ericsson Cedar is that it was manufactured using recycled and earth friendly materials. In light of Sony Ericsson's GreenHeart commitment, the Cedar will feature the use of recycled plastics, waterborne paint, a low power consumption charger as well as compact and earth-friendly packaging. The Sony Ericsson Cedar is set to be launched by the third quarter of this year. No price has yet been announced. Image Source: Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson Vivaz

Sony Ericsson has recently announced that it will be releasing a second phone from a new family of communication entertainment phones sometime in the first quarter of 2010. The said phone will be known as the Vivaz. It is said to follow the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 that was announced on November 2009.The Sony Ericsson Vivaz will feature the ability to capture video in HD quality. The phone will be able to produce as well as broadcast HD quality video that will add another facet into phones that truly provide communication and entertainment. Other features would include an 8.0 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, 3.2 inch touch screen display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity among others. There is no news yet on how the Sony Ericsson Vivaz would be priced on the market.Image Source: Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 Mobile Phone

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 is a new smart phone from Sony that aims to combine connections and communication seamlessly, be it for business or pleasure. It is a smart phone that provides features needed the most by mobile users and more. The new Sony Ericsson Xperia features a panel interface that can be personalized to provide one-touch access to several desktop interfaces. A full touch display helps make it easier along with the QWERTY keyboard. It follows an arc slider design to make easy access to the keyboard as well as provide a more distinctive look to the Xperia X2. It also has an 8.1 MP digital camera, Bluetooth wireless connectivity and a host of other features most smart phones now come ordinarily with. Since it is a new release, there is no news yet on how much the Sony Ericsson Experia X2 would cost. It is expected to come out sometime this spring.Image Source: Sony Style              Read More

Sony Ericsson Satio Gets Updated

The Sony Ericsson Satio smartphone was recently given a new breath of life with a new software update for current owners.  Specifics on the updates were pretty sparse, saying that it will improve "handset speed and battery usage" as well as "fixes previous software issues."Reports also surface that the upgraded Satio will be back on the shelves for the Holidays, at least in Phones 4u in the United Kingdom."Phones 4u (is) please to confirm that all Sony Ericsson Satio stock has been flashed with new software and recommended trading on Saturday, 4th December," according to Phones 4u's Trading Director Scott Hooton.  "Sales of the Satio were strong over the weekend and we're confident that the device will continue to perform strongly throughout the Christmas trading period."Image source:  Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

Sony Ericsson keeps up with the Android race as its first "droidphone" hits the market next year.  The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 has a 4-inch TFT touchscreen display and a customized user interface that keeps you connected all the time, all on Turbo 3G speed.The SE-exclusive Timescape technology gathers all your connections in one program.  Check out your Facebook, Twitter, emails, photos, and text messages in a single place, without having to load different apps.  Meanwhile, Mediascape gives you access to all media files and media sharing sites like PlayNow and YouTube in one go.  Its built-in aGPS helps you find your way to your destination, whether it is the hippest restaurant, the hottest clubs, or the next gas station. Like any other Android phone, the Xperia X10 has access to Android Market where you can choose to download from hundreds of applications and customize your phone according to your preference.Expect the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 to become available on the first quarter of 2010.Image source:  Sony Ericsson Read More

Sony Ericsson Aino Multimedia Mobile Phone

Opting for an unlocked phone?  Sony Ericsson has heard your plea, as they just released its newest handset called the Aino, which features on-the-go entertainment and rich multimedia features.  Its astounding 8.1-megapixel camera, for instance, also has auto-focus, flash, 16x digital zoom, image stabilization, face detection, auto-rotation, and even geo-tag.  Other multimedia options include a media browser with 3D navigation, music player, and easy access to your PC or Remote Play on your PlayStation 3.  The Aino also has tri-band HSPA, a 432 x 240 display, stereo Bluetooth headphones, a charging base, 8GB microSD card, USB connection, and Wi-Fi connectivity.  The Sony Ericsson Aino is now available at Sony Style stores across United States for US$599.99.Image source:  Sony Ericsson Read More

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