Shortly after the release of the Sony Ericsson Satio, here comes the launch of the Aino, Yari and Naite. With those three fellows released almost the full Sony Ericsson portfolio is on the market now with only the X2 and the XPERIA Pureness waiting in the line for release.
From now on the Sony Ericsson Aino, Yari, Jalou and Naite are available for purchase. After the launch of the long awaited Satio, it seems that Sony Ericsson just can't stop pushing their phones out in the wild.
The Aino can be yours for nearly 420 euro, while the Yari can fit in your hand for 250 euro. The fashion-conscious Jalou is priced at 170 euro, while the eco-friendly Naite will cost you around 200 euro and it might not save the nature, but will still will make quite a few green guys happy.
Almost the whole Sony Ericsson phone lineup has been released now and there is only XPERIA X2 and Pureness left in the works officially. It's a public secret that the XPERIA X3, also known as Rachael, is cooking somewhere hidden from the public and it's rumored to be announced next month. It should be the company's first Android smartphone. Let's hope the income of the released trio will help push Sony Ericsson through Q4 so that they will be able to finish all their planned stuff.
yeah, the 3,5 mm port is really annoying in a product of this price range. SE will start of next year with icro Usb and 3,5mm as the new european standard ”requires”. Ports aside, the new phones look nice.
I agree with you. I have the SE c902 and it does not have 3.5 mm jack. This is very very irritating. I have decided that the only reason a new cell phone can possibly come out without a 3.5mm jack is because the manufacturer is spite full. Out of ...
Is the co alive....hope they get products at a faster pace and at a good price