December 23, 2014

Sony Ericsson Rumors Surface

We haven’t heard much from Sony Ericsson in the last few weeks, but it looks like that’s about to change. We’ve gotten wind of a few rumors about SE devices, so let’s just jump right into it, shall we?

First up is the Sony Ericsson Nozomi, rumored to be packing a 1.4GHz processor and a 4.3-inch 720p display. It’s said to be launching globally, so almost everyone will get a taste of Sony Ericsson’s new toy. The Nozomi will likely launch with the model number of LT26i/LT26a. No word on the difference between the “i” and “a” models, but we’ll do some digging.

Second in line is the SE SK19. Word on the street is that this device could be an Xperia Ray Pro of some kind. Sadly it will never see the light of day, as a tipster is saying that it’s been cancelled. It was supposed to be a QWERTY slider for AT&T in the States, being somewhere in between an Xperia Mini Pro and an Xperia Pro in terms of size.

So, is anyone excited about the Nozomi? Disappointed that the SK19 won’t get its moment in the spotlight? Drop a comment below!

Source Xperia Blog



  • http://twitter.com/ZilverZurfarn Mats Högberg

    It’s really sad to see any qwerty phone dropped. Much too few of ‘em.

  • http://www.rubensun.com Ruben Sun

    for Sony Ericsson i always means International 3G bands a always means North American 3G bands.

  • http://twitter.com/jokeyrhyme Ron

    With the X10, the X10a had support for AT&Ts 850MHz 3G frequency, and the X10i had support for the 900MHz 3G frequency instead. Why does anyone still push out these exclusive-frequency versions? Blackberry, Apple, Nokia, and others can produce devices that support all 3G frequencies easily enough.

    Note all GSM handsets are 2G Quad-Band (850/900/1900/2100) for decades now and this should not be confused with the 3G frequencies supported.