Another day, another Sony Ericsson phone leaks. This time we get to see the still unannounced Android-running Walkman-branded Sony Ericsson X10 mini clone called W150i or otherwise codenamed TeaCake. Again, there isn't much to say about the device's specs beyond the obvious.
Update 08 June: We just received an anonymous tip about the upcoming Sony Ericsson W150i. Beside a much better quality photo, which we can't show you (sorry, guys), we also know the following. As its name suggests Sony Ericsson W150i is an entry level touch model, which is a first for Sony Ericsson. It doesn't have 3G connectivity or Wi-Fi and it's only got dual-band GSM/EDGE support. There's a 2 megapixel camera on the back. Our source goes even further saying it's not Android we're seeing here but some other type of touch UI. We find that hard to believe, but who knows. Sony Ericsson might just surprise us this time.
Even by looking at this low quality image it's easy to see how similar are the rumored W150i and the already available Sony Ericsson X10 mini, which we reviewed last week. Word on the street is that both devices won't only look the same but that they will share almost the same features.
So, the W150i runs Android v1.5 for now with the same customizations X10 mini has). The retail version could probably have a more recent version of the OS.
Like the X10 mini, the W150i also sports a 2.6" QVGA touchscreen. The new Walkman phone is said to be announced sometime this month.