Samsung Galaxy Round, which, despite the odd appearance, turned out to be quite acceptable, if not almost too plain.
Kal-El quad-core chip they've got in the works, and with good reason. Simply put it will be a beast. They have been showing it off at Computex as well as some of its graphical powers and you can see more on that here. They've also mentioned that Kal-El is on track to be released in the later months of 2011.
the importance of the Xperia PLAY, Sony Ericsson doesn't plan on stopping with that headliner, no way! Sony plans on taking out all oncomers in the coming year with not one flagship phone, but 9 utterly amazing Android phones (which we, of course, have no further info on.) This tidbit of information is built on a talk we had with a source quite familiar with the inner workings of Sony Ericsson, a source who indeed did confirm not only Sony's plan to release this barrage of Android phones throughout 2011, but more specifically the Xperia PLAY by the end of this quarter.