Sony Ericsson working on a new candybar phone

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Sony Ericsson working on a new candybar phone
A blurry picture has appeared on SEMC and what we can see in it is a hand, holding a cell phone with candybar form factor. According to the source, this is a still unannounced handset by Sony Ericsson that will be officially showcased at the beginning of 2010. Unfortunately, the source hasnĀ“t provided any technical details that would have helped us get a better idea of the mysterious phone. Make a guess and tell us what it is in the comments below.

source: SEMC
Sony Ericsson working on a new candybar phone

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4 Comments

1. Fanboys Suck

Posts: 609; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

SE, You Suck!! Do something right for a change and make some awesome phones (that aren't outrageously over-priced) for us here in America. Thanks.

2. drakkus

Posts: 4; Member since: Aug 07, 2009

That looks like G702, which was never released. It went by the code name Beibei, i think. Perhaps we in for a revival from grave? I can clearly see a scroll wheel. And the raised keys beside it.

3. knuckleballer34

Posts: 119; Member since: Jul 27, 2009

It would be nice if Sony Ericsson released some of their better models here in the states. Every now and then At&t or T-Mobile grabs one, but using "walkman" as a marketing strategy was dead ten years ago. Release some normal, regular phones like everyone else...you guys do too good a job with reception for it to go to waste.

4. tonyc_42

Posts: 61; Member since: Aug 18, 2009

wow... you are speculating on a crappy, blurry pic for a crappy, basic phone when the android and service war is going on. looks like another stupid article just to take up space.

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