Sony Ericsson Satio

The Satio, aka the Idou, has a striking design. It was a star attraction at GSMA 2009 in Barcelona, Spain.
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Sony Ericsson Satio

The Satio has an innovative photo gallery interface that resembles a filmstrip. You can swipe your finger to switch between shots.
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Sony Ericsson Satio

The Satio has a sliding lens cover for its 12-megapixel camera.
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Sony Ericsson Satio

The Satio's large display serves as the viewfinder for the shooter. Touch controls let you use camera features.
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Sony Ericsson Satio

Camera and media controls are located on the Satio's right spine.
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Sony Ericsson Satio

The Satio has an expansive touch screen. Just three physical buttons rest below the display, but touch controls help you perform other functions.
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Sony Ericsson Satio

The Satio plays video in landscape mode.
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Sony Ericsson Yari

The Yari has a slider design. Its highlight is gesture control for gaming.
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Sony Ericsson Yari

Other Yari features include a 5-megapixel camera, messaging and e-mail, Bluetooth, a personal organizer, an FM radio, assisted GPS, USB mass storage, a speakerphone, stereo speakers, and a music player.
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Sony Ericsson Aino

The Aino also takes a focus on gaming by including Remote Play for controlling and accessing your Sony PlayStation 3. Its slider designs combines a large display and an alphanumeric keypad.
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Sony Ericsson Aino

The Aino also promises an 8.1-megapixel camera, a music player, stereo speakers, a speakerphone, messaging and e-mail, Facebook and YouTube applications, assisted GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a personal organizer, and a voice recorder.
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Sony Ericsson Aino

The Aino a trim shadow.
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