Pictures of the Sony Ericsson Kurara and a Coca-Cola can

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Pictures of the Sony Ericsson Kurara and a Coca-Cola can
Less than 24 hours ago we reported of the first pictures of the Sony Ericsson Kurara and the handset has once again gotten into the spotlight, only this time in the company of a Coca-Cola can. Unfortunately, there is no new information on its specifications that, as the rumor has it, include 3.5-inch AMOLED screen, 8.1-megapixel camera and Symbian S60 5th Edition OS. The weird thing is that, according to the source, the handset will not be equipped with the manufacturer´s proprietary port, despite the fact this is what earlier rumors had. Moreover, the small letters reading "HD" that we saw on the back of the device in previous pictures seem to have vanished into thin air. Still, we do hope the Sony Ericsson Kurara proves able to capture videos at HD resolution.

source: SEMC Blog


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2 Comments

1. shgam2

Posts: 42; Member since: Sep 08, 2009

The back of the phone does look weird.. oh and when I saw that small picture at first, I thought the phone was wearing a santa hat or something haha. But yea, will this device cost 1.5k this time?

2. deepak_nr

Posts: 26; Member since: May 31, 2009

SE needs to also launch full touch ph's in the affordable category 'too' where Volumes are really high- Cookie, Star, Viva, Corby.. & the mid category - 5800, Tatoo/Click, Arena, Jet... Satisfied customers looking to upgrade would go for the same company ph's. Samsung has a great line up of full touch ph's starting from the super affordable Corby all the way till Omnia 2/HD/pro. No wonder they are growing at break neck speed (At the cost of those like SE lacking full touch ph's) & making tons of profit. It's not too late for Sony Ericsson to do this, Or is it !!!

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