Sony Ericsson to announce a mysterious music-oriented device on 21 September?

Sony Ericsson to announce a mysterious music-oriented device on 21 September?
Things have been hectic at Sony Ericsson lately – the company announced its second Windows Mobile phone, the Xperia X2, showed off odd looking handsets like the Jalou and Xperia Pureness and seemed to finish off by changing their slogan to make.believe. Now, a special website has just popped on the Internet that seems dedicated to an upcoming event, scheduled to take place on 21 September and focused on „how the way you listen to music changes forever” kind of thing.

We still have absolutely no idea what is about to be announced the coming Monday. We guess this will be a new music-oriented handset or accessory that will pack quite a few functions. Still, we won´t be stunned to find out all the fuss is about some sort of new company service relating to music, say a huge online store dedicated to audio that offers free tracks or something like that. So, what do you think? Sound off your opinion in the comment below.

source: Sony Ericsson via GSM Helpdesk



3. knuckleballer34

Posts: 119; Member since: Jul 27, 2009

Sony Ericsson IMO used to make some of the best cell phones a few years ago. It's sad that they've allowed themselves to become outdated by focusing on only upgrading the Walkman portion of their phones instead of the entire phones themselves. I'd like to see them start putting out better stuff on the market.

2. imad_003

Posts: 9; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

I hav been waiting for a touchscreen walkman phone for ages. Hope this is it. Maybe sumthing like the 5800 or even better.

1. sonisoe

Posts: 440; Member since: May 06, 2009

i'm a se fan and quiet sad they're being rolled over in the last couple of year... i'm excited yet... but if it doesnt turn out to be spectacular... they'd better get focus their energy on launching x3....

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