Sony Ericsson's Twiggy revisits flip form factor?

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Sony Ericsson's Twiggy revisits flip form factor?
Back in March, we reported about Sony Ericsson's Twiggy. The handset was spotted in press materials that Sony Ericsson had handed out in reference to the M-500 Bluetooth speaker. When word got back to the joint venture that this unannounced phone had been pictured, the ads were pulled and nothing was heard or seen about Twiggy-until now.

Apparently the successor to the Walkman W350, the device revisits the flip form factor. Even with a name like Twiggy, we wouldn't say this was a very thin model. Outside of being able to support widgets, there has been no talk of the phone's specs, availability or launch date yet.

source: JustAnotherMobilePhoneBlog via EngadgetMobile



1. Arielnyc2006 unregistered

Didnt Ericsson learn from the past? Don't they remember how breakable and delicate that old Ericsson form factor was? I remember that very well, that flimsy mouth piece always broke off. Silly Ericsson

2. legionsreturn unregistered

The 80's called, they want their phone design back.

3. ace1122

Posts: 237; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

I'm surprised they made a successor to the Walkman W350. I didn't know anyone with that ugly phone and i can't imagine this one doing much better.

4. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

ok uh my mom had an ancient samsung phone that had that same design in like 2004. s.e.? dammit forget the ancient fragile design and come to the 21st century its just as ugly as the predecessor... BTW, follow this link to see how ugly this thing is. pid=2&img=16866

5. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

hey phone arena??? sorry i forgot about the " NO HTML ALLOWED" rule if that means u can't post links n stuff... my bad

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