Sony Ericsson ‘Idou’ 12MP Phone Officially Changed To ‘Satio’
By on May 30th, 2009

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Just a few days back i reported the IDOU like Phone, Kokura, to be launched by Sony Ericsson, which almost looks like IDOU. And now there’s a news that Sony Ericsson is officially changing IDOU’s name to Satio.

Its the first phone to sport 12 Mega Pixel camera. And its other features are:

  • Xenon flash with 16x digital zoom and geo-tagging capabilities.
  • 3.5-inch touch screen (640×320) which will allow will allow accurate framing of your subjects. This is a kickass reply to Apple’s IPhone.
  • Symbian OS
  • WiFi, GPS
  • media player
  • 3 finishes: black, silver, and Bordeaux.
  • The awesome 12 Mega Pixel camera measuring 9.7×14.5-inches to be precise.
  • Thankfully a MicroSD support. That means we will get to store more photos. As it has 12 Mega Pixel camera, the photos are going to be exceptionally large.
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  • http://modestcomplexity.blogspot.com darci

    I just heard about this phone the other day and I’m way excited for it. I’ve been trying to upgrade to a next-generation phone for awhile now, but hadn’t found one I really wanted until I saw the info video for it (which you can see at http://modestcomplexity.blogspot.com/2009/07/satio_17.html ). I really think this is finally a phone that’s not just a poor man’s attempt at an iPhone – a 12 megapixel camera alone is already better than my normal digi cam!

    And not that this really makes the phone any better, but I really dig the song in the info video, “Under Control” by Rootbeer. It’s fun, fits the whole image well, and still doesn’t come across like one of those iPod commercials.

 
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