Sony Ericsson Teases With “What’s Next” On Eve of Announcement [VIDEO]

sony_ericsson_teaseSony Ericsson has put together a quick 20-second video to tease us with whatever it is they plan to announce next Tuesday.  (HINT: It’s Rachael!)  We get to see the handset from various angles as it glides in and over us in a very futuristic setting.  We don’t see anything here that isn’t already in mockups, but it’s still a tease nonetheless.

Come November 3rd, we’ll find out what actually happens when you actually turn the phone on.  We’ve seen some demo video before, but we don’t know how much has changed or evolved over the last few months.

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  1. Mark
    October 31, 16:41 Reply

    Lord, PLEASE let this be a T-mo phone….

  2. Helmore
    October 31, 21:21 Reply

    Anyone have any idea what Android version this one will be running? My guess would be Android 2.0, as they claimed multi-touch, reasonably elaborate camera settings adjustments and social network integration and those are all nicely integrated into Android 2.0. Although at the same time I doubt that very much, as it just seems to be too soon for that to happen.

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