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The All New Sony Ericsson Portfolio for 2011


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Posted by Dups!
@adsada

If there is a tentative agreement between the two parties then yes there could be a prototype around.

Let's see, the Ericsson T68i laters became the Sony Ericsson T68i. Then there is the T610i which was going to be an Ericsson phone as but after the agreement between the two parents it became a Sony Ericsson.

I can make examples from Siemens and later BenQSiemens also.


Posted by goldenface
@adsada

Like I said - it was just a thought.

It was written into the original JV agreement that both companies should still able to produce their own mobiles should they wish to do so. Mobile development is an ongoing process, there are endless prototypes being produced which never make it to market.

I would be very surprised if Sony hadn't considered the prospect of a fall out with Ericsson only to find itself not prepared for such an eventuality.

For the sake of development, both companies must have their own mobile R&D departments.


Posted by adsada

On 2011-10-13 17:02:57, Dups! wrote:
@adsada

If there is a tentative agreement between the two parties then yes there could be a prototype around.

Let's see, the Ericsson T68i laters became the Sony Ericsson T68i. Then there is the T610i which was going to be an Ericsson phone as but after the agreement between the two parents it became a Sony Ericsson.

I can make examples from Siemens and later BenQSiemens also.



That's different, in those cases they just rebranded the phone because it was around the time of joining the joint venture. Just now it is implied that Sony has already given up on SE and is producing its own phones for itself for when (if) they do buy Ericsson out. Now if this were to be true as I've said it would be crazy to do so because as much as they want it they cannot be certain Ericsson will allow it, and if talks do fail and they continue the JV then they have just wasted money developing a phone which will not go to market. I just don't think this is a reasonable thought, but we will see.

Posted by Hsiao
http://weibo.com/sebbs

Ray 2. 6-7mm

Posted by motvikt
Ray is probably their new design language.

Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-13 17:20:30, adsada wrote:

On 2011-10-13 17:02:57, Dups! wrote:
@adsada

If there is a tentative agreement between the two parties then yes there could be a prototype around.

Let's see, the Ericsson T68i laters became the Sony Ericsson T68i. Then there is the T610i which was going to be an Ericsson phone as but after the agreement between the two parents it became a Sony Ericsson.

I can make examples from Siemens and later BenQSiemens also.



That's different, in those cases they just rebranded the phone because it was around the time of joining the joint venture. Just now it is implied that Sony has already given up on SE and is producing its own phones for itself for when (if) they do buy Ericsson out. Now if this were to be true as I've said it would be crazy to do so because as much as they want it they cannot be certain Ericsson will allow it, and if talks do fail and they continue the JV then they have just wasted money developing a phone which will not go to market. I just don't think this is a reasonable thought, but we will see.



No, what I am saying is that if Ericsson has agreed to sell its stake to Sony, certainly the rumours suggest that that is the case and the sticking point is the price or value of the stake, then Sony can go ahead and make their prototype(s) in anticipation of the deal being signed. It is not to suggest that they have no faith in SE but to prepare for continuity.

I guess time will tell, so let's see what happens.
[ This Message was edited by: Dups! on 2011-10-13 17:10 ]


Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-13 17:57:41, Hsiao wrote:
http://weibo.com/sebbs

Ray 2. 6-7mm


Now they are pushing it! 6-7mm is breakage point and I don't want a phone that thin.

But then, the W880i was very thin and well built, hopefully this is built similarly to the W88i by using metal and plastic accents.



Posted by goldenface
That is not just thin, it's emaciated. If the current rumours are to be believed 2012 is shaping up to be quite interesting already.

6-7mm sounds impossibly thin - look at how thin a 3.5mm jack is.

Posted by jack00

On 2011-10-13 01:59:05, FMW300i wrote:
I know spy pics never do justice to the actual phone, but whatever that is, it looks very un-SE. Too block-ish and not following design.



T610 T650 K600 ...
i really really hope that they are finally introducing some swedish design again

Posted by FMW300
Though it looks nothing like design, I'm all for new/different styling, as I think the 2 designs recycled over and over for 2011 was starting to get a little boring: Arc/Neo/Pro/Play & Ray/Mini/Mini Pro/Live/Mix/Txt. [Active looks like Samsung or LG designed it.]
Anyway, I'm sure this 'W23' will look great in official pics....

Posted by Ricky D
At 6-7mm I'd bet the casing would be sealed with fixed battery and possibly fixed memory to save space and enable the thing to exist. Battery covers, battery connectors/casing are space wasters. SE with or without Ericsson should move this way sooner rather than later.

Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-14 02:20:29, FMW300i wrote:
Though it looks nothing like design, I'm all for new/different styling, as I think the 2 designs recycled over and over for 2011 was starting to get a little boring: Arc/Neo/Pro/Play & Ray/Mini/Mini Pro/Live/Mix/Txt. [Active looks like Samsung or LG designed it.]
Anyway, I'm sure this 'W23' will look great in official pics....



Once again, I agree with you! As great looking as the 2011 portfolio is it was starting to get really tired. They need a refresh and a new design language that will stand out from the 2011 portfolio. In fact, the design language of this year is a carry over from the 2010 one, the arc is an X10 given a make over.
[ This Message was edited by: Dups! on 2011-10-14 06:38 ]


Posted by lolstebbo

On 2011-10-14 07:36:24, Dups! wrote:

Once again, I agree with you! As great looking as the 2011 portfolio is it was starting to get really tired. They need a refresh and a new design language that will stand out from the 2011 portfolio. In fact, the design language of this year is a carry over from the 2010 one, the arc is an X10 given a make over.
[ This Message was edited by: Dups! on 2011-10-14 06:38 ]



Well, no, they had two design languages this year; the H1 phones were evolved from the X10 while the H2 phones had a new language. Honestly, I think it works out fine for SE if they do it this way, especially since, this year and last year, the H1 phones were large size and the H2 phones were basically shrunken versions of the H1 phone(s). So then we'd get shrunken packaging between H1 and H2 and then refined styling between H2 and the next H1.

Posted by Dups!
Actually, you are right! There are two design languages for this year.

I like the Ray's style better along with the minis. I would love to see something completely different for next year though.

Posted by c96sthl

On 2011-10-13 18:46:35, goldenface wrote:
That is not just thin, it's emaciated. If the current rumours are to be believed 2012 is shaping up to be quite interesting already.

6-7mm sounds impossibly thin - look at how thin a 3.5mm jack is.



maybe its time to drop 3.5mm audio jack and bundle every phone with a stereo BT headset for free.

of course it is still possible to put a 3.5mm in. let see how it goes.

Posted by NightBlade
Yay, they made a profit!

Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-14 10:10:11, NightBlade wrote:
Yay, they made a profit!



Not really.

I guess any improvement compared to the last report is good. Not bad.

On to the next two quarters, I hope they do make a profit by then.



I
f they managed to move from 7.6 million phones to 9.5 million I suppose they can easily get to 12 million by the next quarter.

I am glad there is positive movement forward instead of going backwards.
[ This Message was edited by: Dups! on 2011-10-14 09:24 ]


Posted by stais

On 2011-10-14 10:18:21, Dups! wrote:

Not really.

I guess any improvement compared to the last report is good. Not bad.

On to the next two quarters, I hope they do make a profit by then.


I
f they managed to move from 7.6 million phones to 9.5 million I suppose they can easily get to 12 million by the next quarter.

I am glad there is positive movement forward instead of going backwards.
[ This Message was edited by: Dups! on 2011-10-14 09:24 ]



Yeah, that's a 25% increase in number of shipped units from Q2. Several phones were also not availible for most of Q3 so Q4 numbers are really going to be interesting (hehe, don't we say that every quarter?). Now I'm just hoping for an ICS announcement sometime shortly after the Google/Samsung event next Wednesday.

Posted by motvikt
Well hopefully we can put the split rumors to rest now when the report is out. Analysts thought they would announce it today together with the report.

Safe for now

Posted by adsada
"Bert Nordberg (president and CEO of Sony Ericsson) said that they will
be shifting their entire portfolio towards smartphones in 2012. He didní t specify an
OS"


sounds to me like a company with a plan, not one that is about to part ways...

still hopeful this it's just a meaningless rumour

Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-14 12:25:17, adsada wrote:
"Bert Nordberg (president and CEO of Sony Ericsson) said that they will
be shifting their entire portfolio towards smartphones in 2012. He didní t specify an
OS"


sounds to me like a company with a plan, not one that is about to part ways...

still hopeful this it's just a meaningless rumour



Now, I am not saying that the statement means that Ericsson is selling its stake to Sony or not but you don't jump the gun and pronounce to the world anything about ongoing negotiations. Clearly, they had no intention to discuss the rumour which may mean anything at this stage. Maybe there is a rumour and maybe there isn't but my concern is that if there wasn't one they would've come out and said unequivocally that there is no truth to the rumour of a Sony buyout.

Saying that they are shifting to smartphones only as from next year could also mean that the strategy from Sony Mobile (after the buyout) is to concentrate strictly on smartphones. Remember, Bert has inside info and he did even say, late last year, that SE will be moving closer to Sony this year and they did with a lot of Sony-centric phones.


Why aren't they addressing the rumour if it is not true? I know I would want to allay my employees' fears as well as the involved stakeholders not forgetting that this creates a lot of confusion to consumers. Something is brewing here.

Posted by adsada
Yeah I agree that's a fair point, on the other hand it seems strange that it has been over a week and nothing has slipped yet since the first tip off was made (nothing was even mentioned at the Q3 results) and like others have said many people within Ericsson haven't heard anything.

I'm merely trying to take something and take the positives out of it obviously this has been their plan for a while now (the eventual shift to smartphones) I just really don't want the brand to disappear.

Posted by Dups!
I understand what you are saying. I would also love for SE to stick around, I love the brand and they have been doing most of the right things since last year.

Hopefully they will clarify this sooner rather than later.

Posted by motvikt
One analyst pointed out, can Sony even afford to buy SE now? Around 1billion euro is pretty much for a company with no profit.

I hope Sony just thinks its cheaper to leave it as it is and invest more time in it instead.
[ This Message was edited by: motvikt on 2011-10-14 13:34 ]


Posted by Ricky D
I think whether the rumour is true or not SE don't have to address it as an issue. They aren't on the stock market and don't have shareholders to maintain so the danger there is non-existent. They should consider the handset buyers response to such news, but let's face it, there aren't that many in the general public who know, care or have heard about the possibility (we in the forums are the informed ones). I bet if you questioned 100 people in a mobile phone shop today, 5/100 might have heard the rumour and maybe 1 will care. So they can ignore the rumour completely.

Sony on the other hand might want to consider making a statement as it's emerged their shares are falling from the 'news' of a proposed buyout. Their representatives in Japan and London are actively declining to comment on the matter. This could be that it is a complete rumour and they haven't decided how to play the media or it could be a smoking gun.

Sony can afford to buy Ericsson. They're royalty in Japan and even their government will lend them money if they really need to. The question is, is it wise for Sony to do it. It will place financial burden on them and may restrict other parts of their company, but bringing all of the r&d in-house and spreading marketing costs a little thinner from other departments instead of pumping money into a flailing SE might pay for itself, in savings and a unified range of products and solutions.

I think the value of the purchase will decide whether it goes through or not (the same as with any deal anywhere in the world). If Sony value the next 5 year potential handset/tablet market as more than the touted Ä1.25bn then we have a goer.

Personally I can see in 5-10 years that everyone under the age of 45 will access the internet and communicate almost totally through a mobile device of some description (tablet or smartphone), only using PCs for/at work, more than that they will use that device to stream youtube or movies from the internet to the tv and use it to power their TV as computers. If Sony can get even 10% of that global market then Ä1.25bn is a steal.

Posted by S4k1s

On 2011-10-14 15:57:49, Ricky D wrote:
[text...]
Sony can afford to buy Ericsson.

[text...]

You mean buy out right?


Posted by FMW300

On 2011-10-14 10:18:21, Dups! wrote:
I guess any improvement compared to the last report is good. Not bad.
On to the next two quarters, I hope they do make a profit by then.
If they managed to move from 7.6 million phones to 9.5 million I suppose they can easily get to 12 million by the next quarter.
I am glad there is positive movement forward instead of going backwards.


I really hope so too, plus positive growth in units shipped for subsequent quarters gives me hope! I think the numbers WILL go up for Q4 as the entire portfolio is shipping now: Live & Active were the last 2 I believe.

Aren't handsets that pass thru the FCC new handsets? What is Sony Ericsson A3880133? Wouldn't they have listed the known name if it was an announced model?


Posted by razec
While the news of the buyout really bothers me as a fan/user, i think we should discuss the topic on its proper thread, we're getting Off-topic already if you guys won't mind me telling

Posted by Ricky D

On 2011-10-14 18:37:23, S4k1s wrote:
You mean buy out right?


Yes, sorry, typo.

Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-15 04:12:10, razec wrote:
While the news of the buyout really bothers me as a fan/user, i think we should discuss the topic on its proper thread, we're getting Off-topic already if you guys won't mind me telling



I agree!

I find it interesting that this Nozomi is capable of hiding her face so well, shouldn't we have a leak by now? Since I have had a change of mind about SE and Sony Mobile, I am looking at it as a potential buy. I hope SE goes for a 4.5'' screen with this thing.

Where is rog when you need him?

Posted by motvikt

On 2011-10-15 14:58:14, Dups! wrote:

On 2011-10-15 04:12:10, razec wrote:
While the news of the buyout really bothers me as a fan/user, i think we should discuss the topic on its proper thread, we're getting Off-topic already if you guys won't mind me telling



I agree!

I find it interesting that this Nozomi is capable of hiding her face so well, shouldn't we have a leak by now? Since I have had a change of mind about SE and Sony Mobile, I am looking at it as a potential buy. I hope SE goes for a 4.5'' screen with this thing.

Where is rog when you need him?



Where is Eldar when you need him Last year he had a preview of arc in November or something

Posted by adsada
Don't know if SE can really stop leaks, but could the fact that they now have the arc s be the reason of no leak? They want to sell this during Q4 of this year as a superfast and powerful phone, if a rumour of a dual core SE phone is coming soon then it could potentially put people off buying the arc s. So maybe they are actually trying to prevent leaks and keep a tight wrap on things. Though lets all remember the play and how pathetically leaked that was doubt SE could be bothered trying to stop leaks

Posted by Ricky D
Arc S is selling at ~£350. There is no way that they mean Arc S to be the allstar for a great period of time (if any). It is merely a way to offload some old component stock and extend the shelf life of Arc as it hadn't sold as many units as they'd thought it might.

What we should be considering is whether releasing a superphone this quarter will kill or be kiled by any potential WMC announcement/release. To get any life out of something like that they'd have to have released last week and again at the end of 2012Q1 so as to get a full 6 months as the flagship, or if they're trying to pass off Play and Arc as joint flagship models/something special maybe they could replace one of them this quarter and the other next quarter.

Personally I don't see anything till (probably late) Q1 next year. I hope I'm wrong and they release 10 superphones each with the same (ground-breaking) specs but in 10 fantastic previously unimagined designs, all at 1/10th the price of the prospective Galaxy Prime and all before my birthday next month, but it's not going to happen.

Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-16 04:18:18, Ricky D wrote:
... To get any life out of something like that they'd have to have released last week and again at the end of 2012Q1 so as to get a full 6 months as the flagship, ...



I don't get this part. I am getting a strange message of releasing a one phone twice.

Anyway, I have said it before that SE has a very wrong strategy. Let's see what happens next year. I believe they should have a flagship in Q1 and a decently refreshed second flagship in Q4. You could say they tried it with the arcS but didn't quite pull it off cause there just isn't anything to write home about when it comes to the arcS.

The problem comes in when you factor in the competition, SE's flagship simply falls short in almost every department.

I hope Bert was having a moment when he said that they will not push untested hardware because they are not guaranteed to sell. That statement will come back to bite him if that is how they are going to carry on.

(The) Nozomi is supposedly running a 1.5Ghz, dual-core processor, depending on what the competition will offer in Q4 [and I suspect we will see quad-core processors in phones] they'd have to upgrade (the) Nozomi 2 with a quad-core processor to make any inroads and make a bit of profit.

Yes, I agree that quad-core in phones is overkill but people are buying highly specced phones in droves cause they want the feeling of a 'future-proof phone' and having something that is better than the next. SE are underestimating the mindset of today's consumer and that is not good.


I know they've been hit hard by their past actions but this mentality that Bert has is bad, bad, bad. It's funny that they took gambles in the past with the likes of the P800i, W800i and the K800i and the results of those gambles paid off handsomely.
[ This Message was edited by: Dups! on 2011-10-16 09:52 ]


Posted by Ricky D

On 2011-10-16 10:45:56, Dups! wrote:

On 2011-10-16 04:18:18, Ricky D wrote:
... To get any life out of something like that they'd have to have released last week and again at the end of 2012Q1 so as to get a full 6 months as the flagship, ...



I don't get this part. I am getting a strange message of releasing a one phone twice.


I guess what I meant was if they're going to release a hard hitter now and another one in Q1, they should have released the first two weeks ago and the second at the end of Q1. This way the first would get a good run in before being killed off by the second.

Posted by wario
they'd have to upgrade (the) Nozomi 2 with a quad-core processor to make any inroads and make a bit of profit.

or they could keep it dual-core and use the 28nm snapdragon S4 for a Q4 refresh. other manufacturers however, will probably have phones with this chipset around the first half of 2012.

but yeah, they gotta switch up their business strategy in the cell phone industry. what they're doing now won't be successful long term. you just can't compete at the high-end with hardware that's a generation behind. but that's what the sony takeover of SE is for right?
[ This Message was edited by: wario on 2011-10-16 11:36 ]


Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-16 12:13:25, Ricky D wrote:

On 2011-10-16 10:45:56, Dups! wrote:

On 2011-10-16 04:18:18, Ricky D wrote:
... To get any life out of something like that they'd have to have released last week and again at the end of 2012Q1 so as to get a full 6 months as the flagship, ...



I don't get this part. I am getting a strange message of releasing a one phone twice.


I guess what I meant was if they're going to release a hard hitter now and another one in Q1, they should have released the first two weeks ago and the second at the end of Q1. This way the first would get a good run in before being killed off by the second.



Aah, okay. That makes sense now.

Posted by smclion102
iPhone 4S Camera Made by Sony



http://www.ifixit.com/blog/bl[....]iphone-4s-camera-made-by-sony/

Posted by serega
Unknown device from SE witn name PY7A3880133 in FCC.
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oet[....]d=337334&fcc_id=%27PY7A3880133
The version of firmware 4.0.1.A.0.145, it seems no more interesting in specs



Posted by motvikt

On 2011-10-16 17:48:32, smclion102 wrote:
iPhone 4S Camera Made by Sony



http://www.ifixit.com/blog/bl[....]iphone-4s-camera-made-by-sony/


Judging from the samples, Apple did a better job than SE on the software part.

edit. Just saw a comparison on http://www.xperiablog.net/201[....]t-iphone-4s-versus-xperia-arc/
Closer than I thought! Actually hard to pick a winner
[ This Message was edited by: motvikt on 2011-10-16 21:34 ]


Posted by FMW300

On 2011-10-16 21:01:38, serega wrote:
Unknown device from SE witn name PY7A3880133 in FCC.
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oet[....]d=337334&fcc_id=%27PY7A3880133
The version of firmware 4.0.1.A.0.145, it seems no more interesting in specs


That's the same thing I asked about, but it seems no one knows about it....
Maybe it's the SK10i that surfaced a while ago:


On 2011-09-09 14:10:25, smclion102 wrote:
Mystery Sony Ericsson SK10i crops up in benchmark running Android 2.3.5
Another new Sony Ericsson handset has appeared in a benchmark (itís two a penny these days). The Sony Ericsson SK10i made an appearance in the AnTuTu Benchmark and showed that it was running Android 2.3.5 and has a weak 729.6MHz processor.

This handset may just be a prototype or could even be canned, but if it ever does come to light it will probably appear as a budget version of the Xperia mini pro (SK17i) given its model name (SK10i). Click through for a screengrab of the benchmark.




Posted by razec

On 2011-10-17 01:52:50, FMW300i wrote:

On 2011-10-16 21:01:38, serega wrote:
Unknown device from SE witn name PY7A3880133 in FCC.
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oet[....]d=337334&fcc_id=%27PY7A3880133
The version of firmware 4.0.1.A.0.145, it seems no more interesting in specs


That's the same thing I asked about, but it seems no one knows about it....
Maybe it's the SK10i that surfaced a while ago:


On 2011-09-09 14:10:25, smclion102 wrote:
Mystery Sony Ericsson SK10i crops up in benchmark running Android 2.3.5
Another new Sony Ericsson handset has appeared in a benchmark (itís two a penny these days). The Sony Ericsson SK10i made an appearance in the AnTuTu Benchmark and showed that it was running Android 2.3.5 and has a weak 729.6MHz processor.

This handset may just be a prototype or could even be canned, but if it ever does come to light it will probably appear as a budget version of the Xperia mini pro (SK17i) given its model name (SK10i). Click through for a screengrab of the benchmark.






This phone will be a perfect replacement to the cheapest Xperia X8. I would love to see it priced that way

Posted by Xajel

On 2011-10-16 21:01:38, serega wrote:
Unknown device from SE witn name PY7A3880133 in FCC.
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oet[....]d=337334&fcc_id=%27PY7A3880133
The version of firmware 4.0.1.A.0.145, it seems no more interesting in specs


If you look at the STC request by SE dated 15/9 ( 1 month ago ) they requested a temporary confidentiality for 180 day, which includes User Manual, Internal + External Photos & test set up...

180 days is 6 months, so this will end in 15 March, I think requested this long period just in case they changed their mind and postponed the announcement/launch by another quarter... so I guess this phone will be announced within less than 6 months and I can feel a 1Q11 ann. with 1Q12 launch...

Posted by huiyi
Sony Ericsson mobile phones will soon add custom equalizer. Clear Bass. . Headphone speaker environment settings. . Manual ISO adjustment. . Sony Ericsson and SONY the camera and music player from top to bottom rewrite. . :- D
Are you looking forward to it. . Very, very good. . :- O

Posted by Tejstar
Really? What's your source huiyi?

Posted by aamwng

On 2011-10-17 17:50:36, Tejstar wrote:
Really? What's your source huiyi?

He IS the source

Posted by goldenface

On 2011-10-17 16:13:36, Xajel wrote:

On 2011-10-16 21:01:38, serega wrote:
Unknown device from SE witn name PY7A3880133 in FCC.
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oet[....]d=337334&fcc_id=%27PY7A3880133
The version of firmware 4.0.1.A.0.145, it seems no more interesting in specs


If you look at the STC request by SE dated 15/9 ( 1 month ago ) they requested a temporary confidentiality for 180 day, which includes User Manual, Internal + External Photos & test set up...

180 days is 6 months, so this will end in 15 March, I think requested this long period just in case they changed their mind and postponed the announcement/launch by another quarter... so I guess this phone will be announced within less than 6 months and I can feel a 1Q11 ann. with 1Q12 launch...



It's the Sony Ericsson Mini for eMobile - S51SE is mentioned in some of the reports as well as here.
[ This Message was edited by: goldenface on 2011-10-17 18:57 ]


Posted by HxH
I looking for intensive custom notification from as well, I hope to see a better one than current.

Anyway, Thank you for super fine information
[ This Message was edited by: HxH on 2011-10-17 18:55 ]


Posted by Dups!

On 2011-10-17 16:46:13, huiyi wrote:
Sony Ericsson mobile phones will soon add custom equalizer. Clear Bass. . Headphone speaker environment settings. . Manual ISO adjustment. . Sony Ericsson and SONY the camera and music player from top to bottom rewrite. . :- D
Are you looking forward to it. . Very, very good. . :- O


I like!

Errr... what is 'Headphone speaker environment setting?'

Posted by goldenface
Lord knows! May be it's a separate settings for earphones and headphones?


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