The Planete Nokia forums have a tonne of big, real-life photos of the Idou, Sony Ericsson's upcoming entertainment phone that packs a 12-megapixel snapper and one of their trademark top-quality music players.
Looks like there will also be a stylus included, though it looks more like a fuzzy marker in the pix.
Idou - concept name only - is the flagship device of Sony Ericsson's new Entertainment Unlimited line, which finally merges their two excellent camera and music phone lines. It's a touch-screen multimedia phone with 3.5-inch WVGA display, a 12-megapixel camera and Xenon flash, and DLNA for wireless sharing of media files with all home devices.
No word on internal memory, but it will have a microSD slot expandable up to 16GB. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, A-GPS and HSDPA enabled, with geo-tagging and preloaded Google Maps.
Most interesting of all is that it will be one of the first devices to run on the open-source Symbian OS, the Android-rivalling OS from a Nokia-led group of manufacturers and developers.
Expected launch in Q3.