by Evan Blass | February 14, 2011 7:02 AM
Sony Ericsson appears to be working on a new phone with model number MK16i, which is rumored to be a version of the Hallon (a.k.a. "Vivaz 2" and probably branded as Xperia Neo) with a keyboard. So far the only thing we know about this device -- other than the fact that it bears a very similar model number to MT-15i Hallon -- is that it features a six-megapixel camera (or is testing at that resolution, at least), the same as Hallon. Japanese site Blog of Mobile!!! is reporting that MK16i goes by the codename Iyokan, which Wikipedia describes as a popular Japanese citrus fruit. MK16i's only ...
by Jaime Rivera | February 14, 2011 7:01 AM
Now this is about time. It was such an irony to see that the initial Windows Mobile line of Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphones sported a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but most if not all their Android offerings didn't. Surely the X10 Mini Pro was the exception, but who's after a mini these days huh? Anyways, today's MWC Sony Ericsson event has seen the official release of the Xperia Pro. It's similar in specs to the Xperia Neo we recently mentioned, carrying Android's Gingerbread OS, HD video recording, HDMI support, their famous Bravia Engine, Exmor R for mobile, and a full slide out QWERTY ...
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