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A few days ago, we brought you a couple of pictures of the upcoming Sony Ericsson Paris. Now, we have some more, well actually a lot more, courtesy of A guy over at their forums got some hands-on time with the new device and posted his views on it.

According to him, there aren't too many discernible differences in the new UIQ 3.3 interface and the same goes for the hardware putting it next SE's G700 and G900. He goes on to give a better opinion about its applications and the aGPS with the 5-megapixel camera being a bit better than the one on G900. Here are some confirmed specs of the Paris so far:

  • 5-megapixel camera
  • aGPS and Google Maps and WayFinder
  • WiFi and Bluetooth
  • 2.6-inch screen
  • 960mAH battery
  • QWERTY keyboard/touch-sensitive buttons
  • Widgets Application
  • New browser version
  • Symbian UIQ ver3.3

w62s-detail.JPGSony Ericsson has released another phone into the Japanese market. Here is a brief introduction to the Sony Ericsson W62S Phone.

The Sony Ericsson W62S Phone is a global roaming clamshell phone. Its features include a 2-megapixel camera, WQVGA (432×240) screen, and microSD slot. It also comes in with three stylish colors, namely the Silver-Leather, Black-Rose and White-Lime.

Lastly, the W62S supports KDDI's EV-DO service, CDMA 1X WIN and international roaming service in over 180 countries. It has a micro card slot expandable to 2GB and the W62S offers 240 minutes of continuous calling.


It wouldn't be wrong to say that 2008 is the year of the touchscreen phones. We have already seen the Xperia X1, the Tube, the 3G iPhone, the Vu, and the awesomeness called Touch Diamond, not to forget the Xenium 800 from Philips. That's pretty much every major cell phone manufacturer out there people! Here's one more touchscreen device from Sony Ericsson, which is codenamed Paris.

The Paris looks to be a slider with a humongous screen and runs on Symbian UIQ 3.3, the latest version of UIQ after it was acquired by Sony Ericsson. As we can garner from the pictures, the phone has a 5-megapixel camera and a QWERTY keypad. There is no info on whether it has HSDPA/HSUPA, GPS, or if the screen is VGA, but if all these points tally up, we will have one more hot contender for the HTC Diamond, don't you think?

W350i.jpgMost of Sony Ericsson phones tend to be on the pricey side, but every once in a while, the company releases a phone that is appealing and affordable to the masses. This time, SE has rolled out the Sony Ericsson W350i Walkman Phone.

The W350i has a small but roomy design. It is fashioned as a small portable music player - hence, its part of Sony Ericsson's ever expanding line of Walkman phones. The W350i stores up to 470 songs on the memory card. The W350i has the excellent TrackID feature. The W350i keeps you entertained. Tune in the FM radio to your favorite station, or try a solo - the W350i also comes pre-loaded with Guitar Legend, a mobile game for rock'n'roll buffs.

Sony Ericsson C902 Cybershot Phone

Sony Ericsson's new phone, the C902, has made an appearance at the good ol' FCC. The device is now approved, and should hit the world markets soon. The C902 is another phone in the Cybershot series and compatible with UMTS/HSDPA 2100 and tri-band GSM networks. The camera on this baby is pretty sophisticated, including autofocus, flash, face detection and video capabilities.

Transfering photos onto a PC is easy: you can do it over Bluetooth or USB. You can also print pictures by connecting the camera to a compatible printer. Other usual niceties include PhotoDJ and VideoDJ to manage/edit your photos and video clips. The C902 supports Memory Stick Micro (M2) memory card.

No word on the pricing, but the Sony Ericsson C902 Cybershot phone will be available -- check back with us later.

2208.jpgAT&T has announced officially a new member of their ever increasing family of supported mobile phones. This time, its the Sony Ericsson Z750a. The clamshell phone comes in with different colors namely: grey, purple, and pink. It has a built-in 2-megapixel camera, a 2.2" QVGA 262k color display, an FM Tuner, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support, and a full HTML web browser.

The phone is already available now for $49.99 with a 2-year contract and mail-in rebate.

Xperia X1

It's funny how companies try to keep new products under wraps, and sometimes the most innocent of things reveals them. This time, it's the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 device, a Windows Mobile phone slated for a September 2008 release. That may seem far away, but for those eagerly waiting for the device - you know it's worth it.

The news was leaked thanks to Handango's newsletter. The Xperia X1, which will come with Handango's InHand service built-in, features a WVGA resolution screen (800x480 pixels). Obviously, the phone will be available in multiple languages.

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Check out this sleek baby from Sony Ericsson. W908c Phone behaves like a portable sound machine. This walkman phone is designed for music buffs. Sony Ericsson W908c lets the users play music via playlists as they do in their PCs. You can also listen to audio books and access podcasts.

SensMe technology lets you create playlists according to your mood and you can play it when you desire. The Shake Control lets you select a song randomly by the flick of your wrist. Sony Ericsson W908c is equipped with a crystal clear bright screen with 240x320 pixel and 262.144 color TFT.

Quick Facts:

  • Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support (up to 4 GB)
  • Phone memory 35MB
  • Camera - 2-megapixel
  • Digital Zoom - up to 2.5x
  • Video streaming, Video viewing
  • MegaBass™
  • Modem
  • USB mass storage, USB support
  • Navigation key
  • Web browser - Access NetFront™ Web Browse
  • For multimedia enthusiasts there are 3D games along with the functions such as Video recording, Radio - FM radio RDS and Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP). The cell phone is available in Hearty Red and Noble Black. It supports GSM 850, EDGE, GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 networks.

    G502 Champagne_Black.jpg

    Sony Ericsson G502 Phone is the latest HSPDA model added to Sony’s web enabled line up. This phone integrates time saving features into an affordable package. Sony Ericsson G502 is a UMTS/HSDPA 2100 and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800/1900 phone. Acess the websites at a 4 times faster speed as compared to a 3G model.

    The G502 is the first model in Sony Ericsson’s product range with high-speed HSDPA capability. Now you can therefore enjoy faster browsing. Forget carrying GPS if you purchase this cell phone as it comes loaded with the latest version of Google™ Maps for mobile. It lets the users get access to the high quality maps with the enlisted restaurants and hotels, and lot more, beyond your expectation.

    Find out directions without complication. If you plug the GPS Enabler HGE-100 accessory then forget that you will get lost. The pre-loaded weather forecast offers you information on the weather before you leave home. It will ship in Champagne Black and Brilliant Hazel colors during Q2 2008.


    Sony Ericsson has unveiled latest HSDPA phone model number Z780. Adding to its collection of web-enabled phones, Sony Ericsson Z780 is a variation of Z770. The company is set to increase the choices for consumers all over the globe.

    Martin Winkler, director of global marketing and head of multimedia web at Sony Ericsson said “Being able to check your email whenever you like or surf the web when on-the-move should not just be the preserve of professionals. The Z780 and the G502 will appeal to anyone juggling a busy life”.

    Z780 Grand_Onyx.jpg

    The cell phone with tri-band 3G and HSDPA comes with a stylish clamshell frame. What’s new in the new Z780 cell phone? The latest version of Google™ Maps for Mobile is provided in the cell phone for locating places. A built in GPS solves the problem of navigation. Receive emails and browse the web at great speeds in any country. Subscribe to RSS and receive updates on your desired topics.

    Sony Z780 is a UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone. It will be available Grand Onyx and Amethyst Silver during second quarter of 2008.

    Sony Ericsson's Beibei

    One more Sony Ericsson leak for the day, the daftly codenamed "beibei." It looks like the guys over at Yesky were able to get their hands on an actual device, based on the quality of the pictures available. There isn't much detail available on the device, unlike the P5 and G502 we reported on earlier but what is known is that beibei belongs to the Walkman series from SE and will run on Symbian OS 9.3 with the new UIQ 3.3 user interface (with Demand Paging support). The device has a display smaller than the usual touchscreen phones and curiously more buttons than is the norm for a touchscreen smartphone. Also, from one of the pictures, we can see that the phone does have WiFi connectivity. That's about it as far as the details go about this mysterious device.

    Of course, nothing can be confirmed until the official announcement by Sony Ericsson in the future, and we will be sure to let you know when they do. Meanwhile, take a look at some more pictures of "beibei" after the break.

    sony ericsson G502.jpg

    Some leaked information on Sony G502 and P5 Phones has appeared. The credit goes to Trent. Let us have a look at the features of both the phones individually:

    Sony Ericsson G502 Cell Phone

    Bearing a candy bar design like K530, this cell phone exhibits elegance. It also reminds one of Sony Ericsson K660 phone. The G502 comes equipped with a 2-inch TFT display of QVGA resolution. Supporting the HSPDA function the cell phone offers Exchange Activesync and lets the users access built-in Google Maps for Mobile.

    Quick Facts:

    • 2 mega pixel fixed focus camera
    • 4x digital zoom and video recording
    • Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
    • USB 2.0 support
    • Dimensions 109 x 46 x 13.5 millimetres
    • Weigh 83.5 grams
    • 32 MB internal memory with expandable slot

    Sony Ericsson G502 cell Phone is a tri-band GSM phone with EDGE support. It is expected to be available in the second quarter in two color options Brilliant Hazel & Champagne Black.

    Sony Ericsson P5 Phone

    Sony Ericsson’s second phone P5 is indeed a smartphone. It is expected to run on the latest UIQ 3.3 UI for Symbian. Boasting a 5 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, built-in GPS receiver, and HSDPA connectivity, this cell phone has become a much awaited device.

    Sony Ericsson G700

    The new Sony Ericsson G700 mobile phone was also approved over the weekend along with the Nokia RM451 mobile phone. The G700 features a camera on the front, to use the phone for video conferencing. It features the familiar 5-way navigation key, as well as buttons for volume control on the side of the device. On the back, it has a 3.2 megapixel camera.

    The G700 comes with a Stylus, so navigation and typing out emails can be convenient. You can also use the stylus to pan photos. The phone is also a 3G phone. It supports the Memory Stick Micro (M2) for added memory up to 8GB. When connected to a computer, it will act as a USB mass storage device for convenient file transfer. There's also an integrated RSS feed reader!

    The Sony Ericsson G700 supports MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV9 and Real Video formats for video playback, and for audio, it supports MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, AAC+ and eAAC+. No word on the pricing or availability in the US yet..

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