Who dares challenge Samsung's best and biggest Galaxy Nexus smartphone? Sony Ericsson seems up to the task. A new leak points to Sony Ericsson building a smartphone with a huge 720p resolution display with a more-than-necessary megapixel-packed rear camera.
After a bunch of detailed leaks and one disturbing commercial that made its way across the web, Sony Ericsson let the PSP Phone fanboys run loose with an official announcement date on its Facebook page.
I bet you thought Sony Ericsson was dead, right? Guess again. Sony Ericsson made a huge wave at CES with its Xperia Arc — the thinnest smartphone in the world.
We all got our first glimpse of the PlayStation Portable phone in October and now there's a video circulating around that shows the device is at least real. Gamers have waited six years for a PSP phone, let's just hope Sony Ericsson is poised to reveal it next Thursday.
After years of speculation and drool-worth fan renderings, the mythical PlayStation Portable phone finally shows its face in what are believed to be real photos of a prototype. This is not the PSP2, but a completely different beast. Sony Ericsson is going to be so pissed when it sees these shots plastered all over the Internet.
Most of us know the drill, you're at a fancy dinner or in a meeting and your phone rings. Even if it's on vibrate, it would be pretty rude to pull it out to see who it is, so you just let it pass. With a LiveView display from Sony Ericsson, this scenario could become a thing of the past.
Sony Ericsson is preparing to release a sort of PSP-Android hybrid, that looks set to redefine how gaming can work on a phone platform.
If you're the type of person who carries around both a cell phone, and a tablet device like an iPad, wouldn't it be great if both could be combined in one compact device? That's the idea behind the Sony Ericsson FH concept.
The skyrocketing Android operating system must be catching on when Sony Ericsson jumps on board. And what a debut! The newly announced Xperia X10 has a relatively huge 4-inch capacitive touch screen, and Sony Ericsson has managed to make a...
Sony Ericsson is introducing a feature it expects to become a standard in the earbud world: motion control. Pop the MH907 headphones into your ears and your music plays immediately. Pull 'em out and it stops — or you can...