Leaked images show even more of the Sony Ericsson Windows Phone prototype

Leaked images show even more of the Sony Ericsson Windows Phone prototype
Just a couple days ago, some light was shed on the long rumored Windows Phone from Sony Ericsson, thanks to a couple of leaked images showing off the device in question. Believed to be none other than a landscape QWERTY slider, due to the slit found separating the device, it seems yet another set of images have been leaked showing us even more details with the prototype.

Although we can visibly see the Sony Ericsson branding in these latest set of leaked photos, it’s more than likely to bear only the former’s name with the final product. From what we can gather this time around, it sports a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard, which is very reminiscent to the one that we saw used by the “Julie” codenamed Sony Ericsson model from March 2011.

Moreover, it appears that this version uses a white and black color combination with its design, as opposed to the uniform black from the leaked images we saw a couple days ago. Aside from that, we can see a camera of some sort in the rear with a flash – and what seems to be the Sony Ericsson logo. As for the software, it’s said that the handset is running on beta software, but it seems to be working fine without any bugs hindering its operation.

Otherwise, that’s just about all the information that can be inferred from the leaked photos. With MWC being the next big thing in mobile, it’s just possible that we might see this device – then again, it can be scrapped altogether. Oh the wait...

Thanks Juddy!

source: NokiaWP


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