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Sony Ericsson Satio U1I ( WiFi )
  • Sony Ericsson
  • Symbian
  • Smartphone
850.00 EGP
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Sony Ericsson Xperia X2 (16 GB, WiFi 3G, Elegant Black)
  • Sony Ericsson
  • Windows Mobile
  • Smartphone
900.00 EGP
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Sony Ericsson Xperia ARC S LT18I (8 GB, WiFi, Gloss Black)
  • Sony Ericsson
  • Android
  • Mobile Phones
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Sony Ericsson Aino U10
  • Sony Ericsson
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Sony Ericsson has always been Producing mobile devices featuring innovative designs, premium cameras, and unique form factor ideas. It entered the market with its first device, the Sony Ericsson T68i in 2001, which featured a colored screen, a stylish keypad, and a navi key. Sony Ericsson also launched its basic T100 models in that year, which were noticed for their unique design and mesmerizing Blue screen. In 2003, the company launched the T610, which also sported a premium design and features. The phone came with a 65K color display with a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels. The T610 featured a powerful camera that captured 288 x 352 pixel resolution images and had a 2MB built in memory.


Sony mobile phones would embark on making phones with a superior design and camera. In 2005, the company launched the Sony Ericsson K750i that had a 2MP camera with auto focus. The same year, it also unveiled the music centric Sony Ericsson W800i with Walkman technology. Another notable phone was the Sony Ericsson K790i ‘Kamera phone’ that featured Sony’s Cyber shot brand, and an amazing 2inch TFT display with QVGA resolution.


After 2010 Sony Ericsson phones came with Android, with Xperia X10 becoming the first of Sony phones to run on that OS. Variations of X10 such as the Xperia Mini series were launched in the same year, followed by multiple devices of Xperia Arc, Xperia Neo, Xperia Pro, and Xperia Play series, the first PlayStation Certified Android smartphone. 2012 was big as in that year Sony acquired Ericsson. In the following years the company launched a variety of Xperia mobile devices with touchscreen, advanced cameras and eye catching designs. Today, the latest Sony mobile phones like the Xperia Z series carry forward the legacy incorporating cutting edge cameras and appealing design. The phones are also quite durable. These Xperia mobile phones are compatible with Sony Ericsson Bluetooth headsets as well as Sony mobile watches.