Sony Ericsson's wild Xperia Pureness gets FCC approval

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|10.02.09

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Sony Ericsson's wild Xperia Pureness gets FCC approval
So the bad news is that we're not seeing a lick of North American 3G listed in the FCC filing for Sony Ericsson's upcoming Xperia Pureness, that totally crazy candybar with the transparent display. The good news, however, is that we have absolutely no idea what you'd need 3G for, considering that a see-through screen doesn't really lend itself to hours upon hours of rich streaming media or web browsing; yes, sure, you could tether, but would you seriously subject a work of art to the shame of being cabled to a far less visually stunning laptop? Nah, we know you wouldn't -- and that Aura of yours doesn't have 3G, either, so it's pretty much par for the course. We're encouraged by FCC certification, but let's hope the Pureness actually makes it all the way to Sony Style's online store as an unlocked piece -- and furthermore, let's hope it undercuts the Aura by hundreds (nay, thousands) of dollars.
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