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November 25, 2009

Sony Ericsson Pureness phone unveiled

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by Darren Allan

Sony Ericsson has announced a handset called the Xperia Pureness. And it’s a flash looking beastie.

Half the body is black, but the upper half is completely see-through to make it look very different to any phone on the market at the moment.

How practical it is, well, that’s another matter. The phone’s display is actually located on the top transparent half, which makes you wonder how easy it will be to read.

It’s not a touchscreen phone, either, and has no camera. But it does offer a free (for the first year anyway) 24 hour “concierge service” which will book taxis, hotels and whatever else you demand.

With a sim-free price of £600, it’s appeal is probably pretty limited. Which is just as well, as the Pureness will only be available in limited quantities.

Rush down to Selfridges, waving your platinum card around, in the next couple of weeks if you want to buy one for Christmas.

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