Sony Ericssons new Xperia line up of smart phones is going to make an entry next week during the Consumer electronics show. While there is still time for the release a lot of other information about the updated software as well as other specifications is flowing in. An image has been published in ESATO blog, which concentrates on Sony Ericsson devices, showing a music player that is going to get featured in the new handsets.
There is no confirmation on this information but however, the music player looks amazing. It looks like the conventional music player has undergone a full over haul. It has tiles as well as an image at the top portion. It looks like it will be an add-on or an over lay to the standard music player that is featured in the latest Android phones. An equalizer is also provided that lets you tune music to the precise settings as needed by the user.
Sony Ericsson will be launching at least two news handsets during the Consumer electronics show as per the rumors floating around. Among them Sony Ericsson Nozomi will be the flag ship model. The other handset would be Sony Ericsson Nypon. Both are feature rich spec high phones. This will be Sony Ericsson’s debut into the world of dual core phones as well as very high screen resolutions.
Sony Ericsson Nozomi features a very boxy shape but with a pinch of modern design cues. It has a high definition 4.3 inch display and packs in a 12 mega pixel shooter. The camera is capable of recording 1080 pixel videos. The phone has 1 GB of RAM and the dual core processor in it is clocked at 1.5 GHz. The internal memory capacity will be either 16 GB or 32 GB based on the model you choose but the absence of an expandable memory slot can be taken as a slight down side for the device. It also comes with Adreno GPU. The device is provided with HDMI connectivity ports.
On the other hand Sony Ericsson Nypon features a dual core processor which is clocked at 1 GHz. It will have an 8 mega pixel shooter and the screen size is 4 inches. The phone will have 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of ROM. The official unveiling of both the phones would be done next week during the CES.