Sony Ericsson’s Aino

by Mark R

sony_ericsson_ainoSony Ericsson has just released a mobile phone called the Aino which is able to sync wirelessly with a PS3. I am not certain if this is the first mobile phone to connect to a video game console, but if it is, then it is a long time coming.

After all, who wouldn’t want instant access to their digital content on their PS3 from their mobile phone? As long as there is mobile internet available on the Aino, the user can sit back at watch whatever content is on that large PS3 hard drive.

In addition to that huge connect-to-PS3 as their biggest selling point, the Aino can also sync wirelessly to your PC. Other features include a 8.1 Megapixel camera, 3G connectivity, and assisted GPS. It also comes with a Bluetooth headset, a wireless dock, and light-up headphones.

When I first saw that the Aino could sync with the PS3, I immediately had visions of surfing through the main menu of the PS3 on my mobile and playing games, sans joystick. Not in this version of the Aino, but I am hoping that I’m giving Sony Ericsson a few ideas. Not that they aren’t already thinking what I’m thinking, I’m sure.

Sony Ericsson’s Aino should be available in the fall, but so far, there is no word on a price. Rumor has it that the Aino is slated for a European-only release.


8 reviews or comments

Feint Says: June 1, 2009 at 1:57 pm

How could you play a PS3 game on a cell phone Mark? I mean last time I checked cell phones do not come with cell processors and cutting edge graphics cards, not to mention even the PSP only has 64 whopping MB of RAM.

KT Says: June 22, 2009 at 4:53 am

Will this phone release at Singapore???

Max Says: July 23, 2009 at 3:25 am

hey nice post .. gr8 work 🙂
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Jagga Says: October 11, 2009 at 1:52 am

Seen this phone online for sell already I assume its been released???

Ryan Lee Says: December 2, 2009 at 8:57 pm

hmm…just got a good deal on an iphone from but is this phone better than the iphone??

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