Sony Ericsson SeeSaw Mobile Phone

 - Jun 24, 2007   Updated: Apr 14 2011
References: creative-brain & yankodesign
Designed by Karsten Willmann, this concept phone features a razer sharp design with a bright OLED display, camera and flash light. Place the phone on its end, and you'll see a little digital seesaw, hence the name.

Implications - The extremely slim design is perfect for those who prefer to be on-the-go with a mobile that's not bulky and more lightweight. It's an open concept which means it ditches the slider and flip-phone design. The keypads have the classic Sony Ericsson look to it: large, spaced-out buttons for comfortable dialing, an easily accessible middle button that activates the menus, and the call and end buttons on either side.

The Sony Ericsson SeeSaw Mobile is the ideal phone for those who wants a phone that's stylish and has the capability of a modern phone that's not too complicated in function.