Two months ago at CES we captured aof the conversation-piece Sony Ericsson Xperia Pureness. And now that we're back in Vegas, we're giving it the video treatment as well.
The Pureness lacks the high-end features of its Xperia
It's a bit weird, frankly, so we expect that you'll either love or hate this phone. You can see past the text to the other side of the phone and if you look at it from behind you'll get the same effect (of course with backwards text). Though you could see the display fine indoors we wonder how it will hold up at night and in bright sunlight. And needless to say, the display is not color.
Watch theto see this fancy phone in action.
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