Just two days ago, Sony Ericsson announced 3 new and marvellous handsets: Satio, Aino and Yari. The first was formerly known as Idou, the first 12.1 megapixel cameraphone and we get to see this Symbian beauty, sporting a 3.5 inch touchscreen display in the video below:
Notice the fluid interface, the slimness of the handset, that makes you wonder how the 12 megapixel sensor managed to fit in and all the neat functions of the device. Great UI and if this is the future of Symbian, than I’m curious what they’ll create for the next Nokia touchscreen smartphone.
Next up is Aino, the star of the SE event, a superb multimedia device packing a touchscreen and compatible with the accessories you notice in the video below:
Some even compared this handset to the long-awaited PSP Phone and this sliding beauty has only one defect: the answer/reject call keys are placed beneath the screen, on the sliding part. Well, for some it may not be a defect, depends on what kind of design you dig. You can check out Aino’s interface in action in the video above and watch some high quality videos on the phone’s screen.
Last comes Sony Ericsson Yari, the gaming phone par excellence, guaranteed to keep you glued to the screen thanks to its gesture-based titles. Some say that this is the Nintendo Wii’s equivalent in the mobile world. Well is it? Find out from the video below, showing Yari at its debut in London: