December 18, 2007
This is merely a rumor and nothing has been confirmed yet (and will probably not be until the P5i is officially announced). With that said Apocalypso at Symbian-Freak found this image on the Esato forums, rumored to be a Sony Ericsson P5i. The phone seems to lack a keyboard which leads me to think it’ll use touch technology as the main input source, however it’s rumored to be a slider with a keyboard hidden underneath the main screen.
It’s not very wise to speculate on specifications as these are likely to be misleading and may be changed during the development of the device, to keep it short, do not take these rumors as facts:
- Slider form factor
- Operating System: Symbian 9.1
- User Interface: UIQ 3.2 or 4.0 (this basically means the rumors are are merely speculations)
- 2.8 inch screen, VGA resolution (640×480 pixels)
- Built-in GPS receiver
- 5 Megapixel camera
- WiFi b/g support
- 360 Mhz processor
- 160Mb internal memory (also a very weird figure, 128MB or 256MB would make sense)
- MicroSD and Memory Stick Micro (M2) memory cards support
November 16, 2007
Icaka at Esato’s forums started a real discussion by posting the image on a photshopped Sony Ericsson P5i. Apparently Sony Ericsson’s new superphone, the rumored P5i is going over some remake and will go public in Q2 2008, somewhere around May or June.
This phone is supposed to be amazing:
- 2.8 inch VGA(!) display
- integrated GPS
- 5 megapixel camera with autofocus (what no optic zoom?!)
- 128MB RAM
- Slider form factor
Read the Esato thread here.
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October 29, 2007
Found this pretty cool image (or is it a designers concept?) on something supposed to be a Nokia N96. I personally don’t think this is a genuine Nokia design, as it’s just to far out and the specifications are somewhat childish (note the 10GB memory where a 16GB would make much more sense).
However the design contains several interesting details, such as the slide out full QWERTY keyboard and what I believe is a touchscreen. Nokia announced their new S60 Touch interface will have both touchscreen, full QWERTY and stylus support.
The camera (read more for pictures) seems to have a built in optical
zoom, which should really drain batteries but be quite cool anyway
The device specifications:
October 26, 2007
Found some concept design:
August 29, 2007
Found some information on Nokia’s coming "iPhone killer". Not sure if that’s the concept name but it looks like a pretty nice adjustment to "the post iPhone market" and a natural step towards a new generation of not phones but high-end multicommunication devices. Enjoy the images and the video below! This just might be a "fake" fan concept animation?