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Monday, December 14, 2009

Hazel Live pics

SE-First.com has posted live pics of Hazel. Click the link for more pics.







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Elm Live pics

SE-First.com has posted live pics of Elm. Follow the link for more pics






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Sony Ericsson Elm - First Impressions

Hazel and Elm announced

Sony Ericsson has announced both Hazel and Elm today. Theses were codenamed Sunny and Susan, respectively. Both feature 5MP Autofocus cameras with Photoflash, splash proof, WiFi, aGPS, latest SE UI, Twitter, Myspace, Facebook apps, Quadband GSM/EDGE 900/2100 HSPA, both are Greenheart, and most intersting both have Noise Shield. This promises better voice quality and less background noise. Both also have a natural fit to them to feel more comfortable in hand. Hazel, the slider have a 2.6" QVGA screen with 16.7 million colors while Elm, the candybar features a 2.2" QVGA 262k color screen. Elm will be available in Q1 and Hazel in Q2.

Also announced is the VH700 which is a Bluetooth headset. It features duel microphones to eliminate background noise and is Bluetooth V2.1 compliant.





14 December 2009

Two new GreenHeart™ phones and the first GreenHeart™ accessory – Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree VH700
• Sony Ericsson builds on its environmental heritage with new commitment to the GreenHeart™ strategy through its accessories portfolio

London, December 14, 2009: Today Sony Ericsson announces the Sony Ericsson Elm phone, the Sony Ericsson Hazel phone and the Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree VH700, the newest additions to the company’s GreenHeart™ portfolio. The two mobile phones and one accessory provide consumers with an expanded range of products to make an educated green choice without compromising on design and functionality.

“The Sony Ericsson Elm and the Sony Ericsson Hazel phones offer consumers a green choice without compromising on features or fun. These mobile phones also give consumers a better voice quality experience, with Noise Shield, Clear Voice and Intelligent Volume Adaptation. Both phones offer an easy-to-use social networking experience featuring the Widget Manager application, which allows users access to their social networking page via the stand-by screen and quickly switch between different social networks.” said Fortuné Alexander, Global Marketing Director at Sony Ericsson.
The Sony Ericsson Hazel phone and the Sony Ericsson Elm phone

Sony Ericsson has also announced today its ambition to making all of its accessories 100 per cent GreenHeart™ compliant by 2011.

“Building on the established heritage of our parent companies we have worked continuously to maintain our leadership position by committing to reduce our own CO2 emissions by 20 per cent and product life cycle CO2 emissions by 15 per cent by 2015.” said Mats Pellbäck Scharp, Environmental Director at Sony Ericsson.

“The Sony Ericsson Elm phone, Sony Ericsson Hazel phone and the VH700 are a testament of our continued commitment to the environment and are part of the ongoing roll-out of our GreenHeart™ strategy announced in June 2009.” continues Mats Pellbäck Scharp.

Steve Alder, General Manager Group and UK Devices for O2, said: “Offering Sony Ericsson GreenHeart™ phones to our customers has been a part of our strategy to integrate sustainability across all our products and services thereby helping our customers reduce their environmental footprint. As an industry it is essential we embrace innovation in this area and incorporating greener credentials across our product portfolio is certainly a focus for us moving forwards.”

The Sony Ericsson Elm phone, the Sony Ericsson Hazel phone and the VH700 all benefit the environment and help reduce CO2 emissions through:
• Recycled plastics
• E-manual in phone
• Free from hazardous chemicals
• Low power consumption charger (EP300 GreenHeart™)
• Walk Mate eco application
• Green calculator
• Minimized packaging
• Condensed user guide (VH700)
• Waterborne paint (VH700)

Both phones announced today will be shipped with a GreenHeart™ personal handsfree; the Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-60J, which is a step towards reaching the 100 per cent GreenHeart™ accessories goal.

The Sony Ericsson Elm phone and the Sony Ericsson Hazel phone - Designed for life and more
• Quality voice – noise shield, clear voice and intelligent volume adaptation
• Natural fit – human curvature and ergonomic keypad fits in the palm of a hand
• Feel secure – back up your personal information over the air on Sonyericsson.com
• Social networking the easy way – easily switch to Facebook™, myspace™ and Twitter
• 5.0 megapixel autofocus camera – snap friends and family and upload images to blogs and websites
• Essential guide – Google™ search and Google™ Maps, Wisepilot™, turn-by-turn navigation with AGPS and 10 days free weather forecast with Accuweather
• Media player – get a rich media experience

The Sony Ericsson Elm phone and the Sony Ericsson Hazel phone support GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 and HSPA 2100/900. The Sony Ericsson Elm phone will be available in the colours Metal Black and Pearly Rose from Q1 2010. The Sony Ericsson Hazel will be available in the colours Superior Black and Passionate Rouge from Q2 2010.

Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree VH700
• Create your own phone booth
• Dual microphone Noise Shield eliminates background noise
• Hear every word, everywhere with Intelligent Voice adaptation
• Bluetooth™ - wireless freedom
• Wirelessly connect to two phones simultaneously with this clip-on handsfree

Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree VH700 will be available in the colours Black. Silver/White, Pink/White and Red/White from Q2 2010.

The Sony Ericsson Elm phone and the Sony Ericsson Hazel phone at a glance

Camera

  • 5 megapixel camera
  • Up to 4x digital zoom
  • Auto focus
  • Face detection
  • Geo tagging
  • Photo feeds
  • Photo fix
  • Photo flash (LED)
  • Send to web
  • Smile detection
  • Video light
  • Video recording

Music

  • Album art
  • Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
  • Media player
  • MEGA BASS™
  • Music Tones (MP3/AAC)
  • PlayNow™
  • SensMe™
  • TrackID™

Web

  • Access NetFront™ Web browser
  • Bookmarks
  • Google™ search (from standby)
  • Web feeds

Voice

  • Intelligent volume adaptation
  • Clear voice
  • Noise Shield
  • HD Voice ready*
  • Polyphonic ringtones
  • Speakerphone
  • Vibrating alert
  • Video calling
  • * designed to support AMR-WB technology during the product lifecycle

Messaging

  • Conversational messaging
  • Email
  • Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync™
  • Instant messaging
  • Picture messaging (MMS)
  • Predictive text input
  • Sound recorder
  • Text messaging (SMS)
  • Unified messaging

Design

  • Auto rotate
  • Light
  • Media Browser
  • Navigation key
  • Picture wallpaper
  • Splash resistant
  • Wallpaper animation

Entertainment

  • 3D games
  • Facebook™
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Java
  • MySpace™
  • Tracker
  • Twitter™
  • Video streaming
  • Video viewing
  • Walk Mate Eco
  • Widget Manager
  • YouTube™

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth™ technology
  • Modem
  • PictBridge
  • Synchronisation
  • USB mass storage
  • USB support
  • Wi-Fi™

Organizer

  • Alarm clock
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Flight mode
  • Notes
  • Phone book
  • Stopwatch
  • Tasks
  • Timer

Location-based services

  • A-GPS
  • Google Maps™
  • Wisepilot™ turn-by-turn navigation*

*The service may not be available in every market.
For more information, go to www.sonyericsson.wisepilot.com

Accessories

In-Box:

  • The SonyEricsson Elm/ Sony Ericsson Hazel phones
  • Battery
  • Micro USB Charger EP300 GreenHeart™
  • Stereo portable handsfree HPM-60J GreenHeart™
  • E-manual

Optional:

  • Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree VH700

Facts and Figures

  • The Sony Ericsson Hazel phone: Size: 102.5 x 49.5 x 16 mm
  • Weight: 120 grams
  • Colours: Superior Black and Passionate Rouge
  • Main screen: 16,777,216 colour TFT
  • Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
  • Size: 2.6 inches
  • Phone memory: Up to 280MB
  • Memory card support: SanDisk microSD™
  • Talk time GSM/GPRS: Up to 10 hrs
  • Standby time GSM/GPRS: Up to 430 hrs
  • Talk time UMTS: Up to 4 hrs
  • Standby time UMTS: Up to 450 hrs
  • Video talk time: Up to 3 hrs
  • The Sony Ericsson Elm phone: Size: 110 x 45 x 14 mm
  • Weight: 90 grams
  • Colours: Metal Black and Pearly Rose
  • Main screen: 262,144 colour TFT
  • Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
  • Size: 2.2 inches
  • Phone memory: Up to 280MB
  • Memory card support: SanDisk microSD™
  • Talk time GSM/GPRS: Up to 10 hrs
  • Standby time GSM/GPRS: Up to 430 hrs
  • Talk time UMTS: Up to 4 hrs
  • Standby time UMTS: Up to 446 hrs
  • Video talk time: Up to 3 hrs
  • Availability and versions
  • Networks:
  • HSPA 2100
  • HSPA 900/2100
  • GSM/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900

Bluetooth™ Noise Shield Handsfree VH700

Facts and figures

  • Talk/standby time: 5/250
  • Length: 45.45mm (Main body)
  • Weight: 16.74g
  • Colours: Black, Silver/White, red/White and Pink/White
  • Connector: Micro USB
  • Answer/End button: Yes
  • Volume button: Yes
  • Wearing style: clip-on
  • Bluetooth™ version: 2.1

Legal
1) Facts and features may vary depending on local variant. 2) Operational times are affected by network preferences, type of SIM card, connected accessories and various activities e.g. playing games. Kit contents and colour options may differ from market to market. The full range of accessories may not be available in every market.

© Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2009

The Liquid Identity logo is a trademark or registered trademark of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. Sony is a trademark or registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Ericsson is the trademark or registered trademark of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson. Additional information regarding trademarks may be located on our website at: www.sonyericsson.com/cws/common/legal/disclaimer.

Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. All terms are subject to change without prior notice.

Sony Ericsson is a 50/50 joint venture by Sony and Ericsson established in October 2001, with global corporate functions located in London and operations in major markets around the world. Sony Ericsson’s strategy is to become the industry leader in mobile Communication Entertainment, through new styles of interaction across the internet and social media. Sony Ericsson offers exciting consumer experiences through innovative and feature rich phones, accessories, content and applications. For more information, please see: www.sonyericsson.com/press.

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Sony Ericsson Aino Review

MWC 2010

Here is the invite from SE for MWC 2010.



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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Kurara leaked by Eldar



Eldar Murtazin, the man/legend behind Mobile Review has snagged one of those already leaked SE Kurara handsets, and he's got some juicy info to share with the rest of us. Apparently, the CPU on that little goer is a Cortex A8, backed by 256MB of RAM and a PowerVR graphics processor. It's no surprise then that the HD label we saw earlier has been corroborated by 720p video recording and playback capabilities, and the Symbian S60 interface is said to "fly." Eldar promises fuller impressions and more imagery by tomorrow, and indicates the second half of February as the likely landing date for the new handset, with a price point around €500 ($745) in Europe.

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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Sony Ericsson closing RTP operation, costing 400-plus jobs

Not good times at SE.



Sony Ericsson will close its Research Triangle Park operation by the third quarter of 2010, throwing 420 local employees out of work as part of a global consolidation of regional offices projected to cut 2,000 jobs companywide.

Workers were given the news Wednesday morning during a one-hour meeting at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Cary. As part of the consolidation, the London-based mobile handset maker will move its North American headquarters from Research Triangle Park to Atlanta. The company’s North American research and development operation will move from RTP to Redwood Shores, Calif., just outside San Francisco, where the company currently works on smart phones.

Karen Morris, vice president of marketing for the North American region, said Atlanta was chosen for the headquarters because of its proximity to major operations of AT&T, one of the company’s largest customers and because of the international airport connections available through Atlanta’s hub.

The consolidation comes a little more than a year after Sony Ericsson announced a company-wide cost cutting plan that led to the loss of 2,000 jobs. Sony Ericsson currently employs about 9,900 globally. Morris said the company will have meetings with individual employees in the first quarter. Some will be offered the opportunity to work in California or Atlanta. Those who are not will be offered severance.

The consolidation means Latin America will no longer be considered a separate region from North America. The combined regions will become Region Americas. The Miami office that led Latin America will close. Sony Ericsson will also close offices in San Diego and Seattle.

Sony Ericsson also will phase out its Chennai, India, office as the company’s India region merges with its Asia-Pacific region. The company is phasing out a development center in Kista, Sweden. Work there will move to the company’s Lund, Sweden, location. The consolidation will leave Sony Ericsson with four R&D centers: Lund, Tokyo, Beijing and Redwood Shores.

Sony Ericsson is the No. 4 handset maker with 4.9 percent market share, according to research firm IDC.


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Sony Ericsson Aino unboxing video

Sunday, November 15, 2009

XPERIA X10 coming February 10



Looks like the SE XPERIA X10 is coming out February 10 next year. This means it is coming out approximately 3 months after announcement which is pretty good. Hopefully this is will be the rule from now on. Releasing a phone too long after announcement can often backfire on a company as seen with the XPERIA X1.

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 hands-on video

Sony Ericsson Satio Review

Kurara leaked again

On the Russian SE site, Sony Ericsson Club, they have leaked new pics of Kurara. This is the Symbian full touch screen phone that is being called Satio Lite. Enjoy the pics







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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

SE Kurara leaked



Kurara has been leaked on PhonesDB. This is said to run Symbian, 3.5" AMOLED screen, 8.1MP camera, HD Video. Maybe we will see this at MWC.

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Hi-fi Wireless Headset with FM Radio MW600

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 - demo of Speed Forge 3D

XPERIA X10 videos





Monday, November 2, 2009

XPERIA X10 announced

The SE XPERIA X10 has officially been announced. It is like many people predicted. 4" 480x854 OLED touchscreen, 8.1MP camera with LED flash, 1GB internal memory, 8GB microSD card included, Android 1.6 Donut, 3.5mm headphone jack, microUSB connectivity, Quadband GSm/EDGE, TriBand HSPA/UMTS 900/1700/2100 or 850/1900/2100 (Euro and NAM versions respectively), and a wireless headset with FM Radio. It measures 119 x 63 x 13 millimetres and weighs 135 grams. The hardware chipset is the Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 running at a clock frequency of 1 GHz. Expect it in the first half of 2009.












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XperiaTM X10 PromotionVideo 720p

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Aino U10a out for North America


North Americans rejoice. Just a few weeks after the Euro version of Aino, the U10i, came out the U10a for the Americas is now out. This is the same phone except with Triband HSPA 850/1900/2100 that is compatible with AT&T and Rogers 3G networks. The price for this phone is $600 USD. It includes the phone, wall charger, USB cable, Bluetooth headset, headphones, dock, and 8GB microSD card.

Sony Ericsson Launches Aino™ Multimedia Unlocked Mobile Phone with Enhanced Entertainment Features and Touch Screen Technology

What: Sony Electronics announced today the new Sony Ericsson Aino™ unlocked handset, now available at Sony Style stores nationwide and SonyStyle.com for about $600.

For unlocked purists and style seekers, the Sony Ericsson Aino™ phone is a 3G-enabled mobile phone that offers on-the-go entertainment and rich multimedia features. Entertainment options are nearly limitless – capture photos, listen to music, view videos and access content from your PlayStation®3 console and home PC with its unique Remote Play, Media Home, and Media Go™ features. Providing a superior user experience, the Aino™ phone offers integrated Wi-Fi® connection, an intuitive touch screen display and a dazzling 8.1 Megapixel camera. To complete the entertainment package, the Aino™ phone includes Stereo Bluetooth® headphones, charging base, 8GB microSD™ memory card and a USB connector cable in the box.

· TOUCH: Access and capture all of life's moments with the Aino™ phone's 3-inch, crisp 432 x 240 touch screen display. With a unique and interactive user-interface, the Aino™ phone gives users an exceptional listening, watching and communicating experience by simply tapping or sliding a fingertip across the screen. The Aino™ phone's media browser with 3D navigation offers an intuitive understanding of where users are at all times, making it simple to navigate through the phone's suite of media features and personal multimedia content. Additionally, the Aino™ phone includes a traditional key pad for quick and easy dialing.

· DOWNLOAD: Gain the freedom to wirelessly download content with an established Wi-Fi® connection using the Aino™ phone's Media Home functionality. When set on Automatic Download, Media Home will check every 30 minutes for all of your latest podcasts, photos, videos and music, and instantly upload them from your PC to the Aino™ phone. The Media Go™ application is the easiest way to organize media stored on a PC and transfer it to the Aino™ phone, transcoding movies to the best format for your mobile phone.

· CONNECT: Use PlayStation®3 Remote Play to seamlessly access music, videos and photos stored on your PS3 at home as well as remotely control your PS3 from anywhere in the world. By logging on to the PlayStation®Network, users can chat with PSN friends and even purchase items from the PlayStation®Store.

· CAPTURE: Catch crystal clear photos with the Aino™ phone's 8.1 Megapixel camera that displays images in up to 16.7 million colors. The Aino™ phone is loaded with imaging features, such as dedicated camera buttons, Auto/touch Focus, photo flash, image stabilization, a 16x digital zoom, Face Detection and BestPic technologies and auto-rotation of images. The Geo-Tag™ application and the pre-installed Google Maps™ application allow users to view the location where photos are taken and the Aino™ phone's wireless functionality allows users to share and view photos between their phone, PC and even their TV.

Why: Sony Electronics is the only authorized distributor of SEMC unlocked handsets in North America for Sony Ericsson. The benefits for consumers include the SEMC manufacturer's warranty when bought through an authorized dealer, as well as full customer support for the Aino™ phone and other Sony Ericsson unlocked handsets.

Who: The Aino™ phone is for mobile phone users who are tapped into the latest in mobile phone design and technology and who typically purchase unlocked phones for their added features and the flexibility to switch phones whenever the latest technology is available.

When: Oct. 27, 2009 at 12:01 a.m. PST




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Sony Ericsson Satio UI

Monday, October 26, 2009

Rachael XPERIA X10 to be announced November 3



Rachael or the XPERIA X10 is finally being announced on November 3. After months of speculation, we are a week out now from announcement. This is the Android 2.0 powered, 8MP, full touch screen phone. Like other Android phones, social networks will be integrated into it as well as Google Apps. The source code of the website shows that the website is for Rachael.

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SE Equinox Available on T-Mobile USA October 28

The SE Equinox, which is a branded version of the T707, is being released on T-Mobile USA for the low price of $50 on October 28. This is a mid range 3G flip phone with 3.2 MP fixed focus camera, QVGA display, and Youtube app.




New Sony Ericsson Equinox(TM) Phone, Now Available at T-Mobile USA, Lights Up Your Life, Literally

See your faves in a new light with the Sony Ericsson Equinox(TM) phone

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Ericsson delivers a stylish, chic phone this fall with the introduction of the Sony Ericsson Equinox(TM) phone at T-Mobile USA, Inc. This mobile device offers exciting features that encourage individualism through unique pulsating night effects that enable users to never miss a call or text message.

The Equinox(TM) phone is truly an interactive 3G(1) phone equipped with enhanced design features and built-in GPS. With eye-catching night effects, you can give your five favorite people their own, unique pulsating light effect and when a call comes in, you'll know who it is in a flash. The custom light features come in Amber, Sapphire, Beryl, Diamond, and Amethyst. The Equinox(TM) phone has an array of changing wall paper themes that will ensure you're always color coordinated.

The Equinox(TM) phone has a 3.2 megapixel camera and is loaded with great multimedia features, including an integrated application that lets you shoot amazing video and easily upload(2) it directly to the YouTube(TM) application. The Equinox(TM) phone also has an integrated FM radio and Stereo Bluetooth® wireless technology, and boasts gesture control that lets users reject incoming calls or silence an alarm with the wave of a hand.

"The Sony Ericsson Equinox(TM) phone echoes Sony Ericsson's tradition of style, personalization and multimedia," said Karen Morris, vice president of marketing, Sony Ericsson. "With a host of dynamic features that put the power of personality in your hands, it's a stunning 3G phone that reflects the mood of each individual user."

Maria Sharapova Look-a-like Contest

In celebration of the stylish Equinox(TM) phone, tennis star Maria Sharapova will make an appearance at the grand opening of a new T-Mobile store in Los Angeles on October 31, 2009. At this event, Sony Ericsson will hold a Maria Sharapova look-a-like contest(3). Fashionistas who think they can match Maria's style will get the chance to meet Maria and compete to win the title of Maria's best look-a-like. Other prizes include Maria-style VIP treatment for a day as well as Sony Ericsson Equinox(TM) phones and Sony's VAIO® computers. For additional information, including official rules, visit: www.mariasharapova.com or www.facebook.com/seusa.

Get Your Glam On With Kim Kardashian and Equinox(TM) phone

Aspiring fashionistas can get their glam on with style icon Kim Kardashian and the Equinox(TM) phone. Beginning November 9, Kim's fans can enter the "Get Your Glam On" sweepstakes sponsored by Sony Ericsson which will award one lucky winner a trip to Los Angeles to meet Kim and receive the ultimate makeover from her personal glam squad, including a day and night look that coincides with the phones' unique day/night features. BUZZMEDIA will document the winner's entire experience in a video and feature it on Kim's official site, as well as promote it across it's community of leading entertainment news Websites. For additional information, including official rules, visit: www.kimkardashian.com or www.facebook.com/seusa.

Availability

The Sony Ericsson Equinox(TM) phone is exclusively available at select T-Mobile retail stores and online at www.t-mobile.com beginning October 28, 2009.

Facts and Figures

Size: 93 x 50 x 14.1 mm (approx.)

Weight: 95 grams (approx.)

Available colors: Carbon

Main screen: 2.2"(5) QVGA 262K TFT

Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels

Networks:

GSM/ EDGE 850/900/1800/1900

HSDPA 2100/1700

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Another Sunny pic...



Here is another pic of Sunny, the upcoming waterproof candybar phone. What is unique about this phone is the Home key and what appears to be a new UI. Is it A2, A3, Symbian, or Android? Hopefully we find out sooner rather then later.

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Monday, October 19, 2009

CEO Bert wants better handsets



SE’s new chap at the top, Bert Nordberg, is increasingly looking to be someone that is going to do some *** kicking at Sony Ericsson. Why do I say this? Well let’s look at an interview he recently gave to a Swedish website. In the interview Mr Nordberg made some comments that should give Sony Ericsson’s beleaguered customers a little bit of hope that we may at last, at long last, be seeing the company turn in the right direction.

For one Mr Nordberg wants to see Sony Ericsson return to profitability by next year. That’s a bold statement to make considering the losses the company has sustained over the past year ad the fact that the global economic recovery is still in its early days. Indeed the website conducting the interview made a point to note that most analysts are still looking at 2011 before SE can once again turn a profit. At any rate it’s a sign that Mr Nordberg is aiming high at least.

Next on his list is to cut the number of managers at Sony Ericsson. He says he wants a ‘flatter’ structure, most likely meaning a lot less bureaucracy (which if you’ve ever dealt with Sony Ericsson you will know can be headache inducing). It’s also about economics though, reducing the number of managers will save Sony Ericsson money. As you may recall Sony Ericsson has already implemented job cuts, with more than 2,000 jobs already having gone. It’s never a good thing when someone loses their job of course, but hopefully these measures see the company turn a profit again all the sooner and enable them to start creating jobs again.

Mr Nordberg saved the best for last though when he talked about the main road to profitability …better and more expensive handsets! His actual statement being:

"We should spend more on advanced phones and raise the average selling price … We will not chase market share by selling 25 dollar phones in India"

It almost brings a tear to your eye. It actually sounds like the Sony Ericsson of old again. It looks like the big bold handsets that enter the market to kick *** are coming back thanks to a CEO who, as I said, looks to be kicking some *** too with his call for “swift and decisive action”.


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BRAVIA U1 Live pics

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BRAVIA U1 announced for AU KDDI

The first BRAVIA phone for AU KDDI was announced today. It features standard Japanese phone features, 3" WVGA screen, 5.14MP AF camera with flash, WiFi, GPS, microSD up to 16GB, etc. It also features waterproofing and Sony Blu-ray forwarding technology (you can enjoy Blu-ray on your phone by syncing it to a Blu-ray player).









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