Sony Ericsson phones cover all the bases
At CES, Sony Ericsson shows green phones, a handset with a transparent display, and a designer model with gold plating. Check them out in CNET's slideshow.
The spiffywasn't the only notable phone sitting pretty in the Sony Ericsson booth. We also checked out a few new models that range from eco-friendly to runway-worthy to just plain odd. Catch them in our , but read the highlights here.
Xperia Pureness Weighing in with more than a little wow factor, the Xperia Pureness has a transparent display on top of its otherwise ordinary candy bar design. It's certainly a conversation piece, but we're wondering just how it will perform in the real world.
Jalou If you're a slave to fashion, then you might consider the Jalou. Designed in partnership with Dolce & Gabana, the sparkling pink Jalou has a jewel-like design with a mirrored finish and diamond-shaped keypad buttons. And what would a designer outfit be without designer accessories?
Naite, Elm, and Hazel Part of Sony Ericsson's GreenHeart series, these handsets feature parts from recycled plastic; they're free of harmful materials; they use less packaging; and they have energy-efficient chargers. Plus, they're not lacking in features, either.