Sony Ericsson has previously stated that it will not be launching a Windows Phone 7 smartphone or tablet devices anytime soon. However, it looks like the company may have a tablet device in the works, and one such prototype has been spotted.
Aside from the Xperia Play (or formerly known as PlayStation phone), Sony Ericsson has also announced the Xperia neo and Xperia pro Android smartphones. Read on for more information.
The much anticipated and already leaked Sony Ericsson Xperia Play was launched last night at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain and VR-Zone was on location to get an early hands-on with the new PlayStation certified mobile gaming Android handset. Although the units on display weren't final production handset, we were impressed with what
The Sony Ericsson Yendo was announced in June last year, and after a long wait, the Walkman music phone is now available in Singapore. Details inside.
Sony Ericsson is well-known for their Xperia smartphones, and at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the company has unveiled the new Xperia Arc that is slim, lightweight and sports an extremely stylish design. Read on for the news release
Tired of having too many different chargers for your various mobile devices? Well then, the European Commission has announced plans to adopt the Micro-USB port as a universal charging medium for all smartphones sold in Europe starting 2011.
Another Sony Ericsson smartphone has been spotted and it looks to be running the new Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) mobile operating system. With a form factor that closely resembles the Xperia X10 mini, this phone could well be the successor to it.
Looks like a new Sony Ericsson phone has been spotted on Picasa, aside from the PSP phone. Codenamed “Hallon”, the Android smartphone will be under the Xperia series and could be running the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Sony Ericsson has recently announced the Android 2.1 update for the X10. While the update offers some improvement and additional features, it still has some flaws such as the lack of multi-touch since day one of its launch. However, good news for X10 users, as the company has planned to provide “pinch zoom” feature via
If you are using a Sony Ericsson X10, X10 Mini or X10 Mini Pro, you’ll be pleased to learn that the phone maker is delivering its promise to bring the intended Android upgrades to the smartphones. Yes, the Android 2.1 upgrades are now available for Singapore users.
In addition to their newly launched service centre at Bishan Junction 8 today, Sony Ericsson has also announced the availability of the latest X8 Android smartphone for the users. It features four-corner user interface for easy one-hand usage and a 3.2-megapixel camera for taking photos and uploading them to your social networks
Today, Sony Ericsson will officially launch their new service centre in the heartlands of Singapore. The centre at Bishan Junction 8 provides phone diagnosis, software update assistance and repair services for Sony Ericsson customers.
You probably heard of Cedar tree, but that is also the name of Sony Ericsson’s new phone. The Sony Ericsson Cedar is part of the Green Heart portfolio, which is the company’s initiative to offer a greener choice to consumers. It is easy to use and comes with social networking features to keep you connected.
Sony Ericsson has announced their new LiveView accessory that can serve as a micro display with remote control functionalities to the users. It uses Bluetooth to pair up the device wirelessly and works with Sony Ericsson’s Android phones.
Even though Nokia has said it will not adopt Android on their phones, there is at least one phone maker who will stick to the Google mobile OS. Sony Ericsson is abandoning Symbian operating system and focusing mainly on Android platform for their phones.
Sony Ericsson has launched their new Walkman phone that looks sleek and affordably priced. The Spiro offers superb music experience and lets you get connected to your favorite social network sites.
Sony Ericsson Singapore has recently launched the two mobile phones – Sony Ericsson X10 mini pro and Zylo. The X10 mini pro is the third version of the X10 series and features a QWERTY keyboard, while the Zylo Walkman phone offers superior music experience. Both phones are now available.
Smartphones with 3- or 4-inch display are getting common. How about a smartphone with 2.5-inch screen, powered by the Google’s Android OS that rest comfortably in your palm? Check out our Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini review.
This afternoon, Sony Ericsson announced three new smartphones which come in the form of Yendo, Cedar and X8. All three phones are going to be available in Q3 this year. On top of that, the maker also announced Android 2.1 update for Xperia X10, X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro.
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.