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More Pictures of Sony Ericsson 'Rachael' Android XPERIA Phone Pop Up

 We've already waxed poetry and sent love letters to Sony Ericsson regarding the Sony Ericsson 'Rachael' Android XPERIA Phone. We're in love with the design, we're in love with the specs, and we're in love with the UI. Heck, we're in love with being in love with it.So it's always great to see more...

Sony Ericsson 'Rachael' Android XPERIA Phone Has A Beautiful UI

We lauded Sony Ericsson for cutting no corners on the reported Android-powered XPERIA 'Rachael', it absolutely looked like a high-end device that packed a hefty punch: Snapdragon 1GHz processor, 8 megapixel camera with auto-focus, 3.5 mm headphone jack, and 7.2 megabytes HSDPA. On paper, it looked...

Sony Ericsson 'Rachael' Android XPERIA Phone Leaked ?

 Sony Ericsson has been relatively quiet regarding their development of Android Phones but we've known for quite some time that they've planned to release a high-end Android device in 2009. Our previous thought was that they'll continue to use the beautiful XPERIA line to release their first...

Is Sony Building an Android Powered Walkman ?

 Years ago, Sony used to be one of our favorite electronics companies, they made beautiful, desirable products that seemed to be ahead of the curve. Fast forward to 2009 and Sony products always seem a little misguided, a little needless, and almost always proprietary.So color us surprised when we...

Sony Ericsson Hints At Phone Running Android 2.0

 We had previously stated that Sony Ericsson needed to get into the Android game, especially coming off some horrific news and numbers regarding their financial state. Looks like they took the advice to heart because Peter Ang, Sony's Asia-Pacific VP of Marketing told reporters that a Sony Ericsson...

Sony Ericsson Needs 100 Million Euros to Survive, Should Look at Android

 Expecting a company to do what's best for their company is growing increasingly rare these days. Case in point: Sony Ericsson recently posted some horrific financial numbers in the last quarter and just recently the CFO of Sony Ericsson claimed that it'll need to raise 100 million Euros (approx....

Sony Ericsson may launch Android phone on Orange by Christmas

Well, that didn't take long. No sooner than CEO Hideki Komiyama says there's "some time to go" before SE puts out an Android device we get word that we could possibly see a phone on the Orange network by the end of the year.From Digitimes:The Commercial Times quoted market sources citing internal...

Sony Ericsson CS8 Pops Up At The FCC

 We've talked about the Sony Ericsson CS8 before at Android Central and now it's an even more official since it passed through the strict guidelines of the FCC. Though we had originally speculated that this may be Sony Ericsson's Android device, things are looking less likely considering Sony...

Sony Ericsson Posts Q1 Loss, Says Android Phone Has Some Time To Go

A lot of phone manufacturer's Android plans are kept tightly under wraps and probably none more so than Sony Ericsson, but when Sony Ericsson posted its third straight quarterly loss with their Q1 loss at €358 million we fully expected them to announce their Android plans to boost morale. Not so...

Is the Sony Ericsson CS8 an Android Device Releasing in June?

  We've previously reported on Sony Ericsson's Android plans which were to expect a high-end device to launch the Sony Ericsson Android party in 2009 and other, more affordable devices to follow suit. So a mysterious Sony Ericsson device dubbed the CS8 has popped up in T-Mobile's tentative release...

Sony Ericsson, HTC to Release NEW Android Phones in 2009

This bit a news was a foregone conclusion but hey, it doesn't hurt to have an almost-confirmation of new Android devices now does it? An SE spokesman has confirmed that Sony Ericsson has plans for a high-end Android device in 2009 to kick things off and then follow up with cheaper devices aimed...

Google VP of Mobile Technology to Give Keynote at Sprint's Mobile Developer Conference

Whoa, this came out of left field. Remember Sprint CEO Dan Hesse saying that Android simply wasn't good enough yet? And do you remember Sprint's wishy-washy position on Android since then? Well then why oh why is Google's VP of Mobile Technology, Rich Miner, giving the keynote at Sprint's mobile...

Open Handset Alliance Signs Up Sony Ericsson, ASUS, Garmin, and More!

Android may be the new kid on the block, but it's growing up fast. The Open Handset Alliance just scored 14 new members in a move that can propel Android to the big leagues! The members are: AKM Semiconductor Inc., ARM, ASUSTek Computer Inc., Atheros Communications, Borqs, Ericsson, Garmin...

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