Sony Ericsson's Pureness hits FCC, gets green light

Sony Ericsson's Pureness hits FCC, gets green light
Sony Ericsson's Pureness just passed through the FCC tests, although it remains to be seen what the joint venture's intentions are about offering this phone in the States. You might remember that the handset has a transparent, see-through display and while it is unique, the question is how will web pages, videos and other multimedia look on such a screen. One thing we know is that the Pureness will not offer 3G connectivity in the U.S. which limits the phone to being something of a conversation piece for its owners. There's not too much functionality for a cellphone without a touchscreen, Wi-Fi, or camera. We suppose in the worst case scenario, you can always make a phone call with it.

source: EngadgetMobile



1. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

good effort for tryin to be unique, but the pureness sucks.

2. 22ADin09

Posts: 38; Member since: Jul 24, 2009

thats one of those phones that people will get and think they're amazing for buying it, only to be sadly mistaken by the pointlessness of the phone.

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