We've seen Sony Ericsson phones for some time, but with Sony ditching the Ericsson brand, the first true Sony phone is about to hit the shelves, completely with a unique look and solid specs. ... (Read More)
While Sony gave us a hint of its 2012 line-up earlier in the year, the electronics giant has shown its hand as it consolidates the "Sony Ericsson" brand and readies two more Xperia phones for release later this year.... (Read More)
An upgrade to the Arc model released last year, Sony Ericsson's Xperia Arc S features a faster processor, a bit more storage, and a 3D camera mode borrowed from Sony's Cybershot cameras.... (Read More)
Smartphones might work well as communication and internet devices, but camera performance typically isn’t strong. Sony Ericsson seeks to change this with the Xperia Neo, a phone packed with Sony CyberShot technology and ambitions of replacing the need for a standalone camera.... (Read More)
Sony's latest mobile phone to arrive in Australia is the Neo, a new handset that features a 3.7 inch screen powered by the Sony Mobile Bravia engine, an 8 megapixel sensor designed for low light, front-HDMI port, and the latest version of Google's Android OS (2.3).
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