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Sony Ericsson K220
Ralf Jurrien : February 6th 2007 - 19:00 CET
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Sony EricssonSony Ericsson K200 & K220 : Sony Ericsson announces two new 'candy bar' phones; the Sony Ericsson K200 and K220. The Sony Ericsson K220 brings music with integrated FM Radio, complete with headset. Both the K220 and K200 camera phones display Sony Ericsson’s signature styling and premium feel, yet manage to keep simplicity and ease-of-use at the heart of their design. The Sony Ericsson K200 is all about having a camera on your phone just when you need it. The VGA camera and photo album are immediately accessible with just one click on the dedicated button. Given that the Sony Ericsson K200 has a slideshow view and will store up to 40 images, it’s easy for users to view their pictures in full screen and share them with friends.
Sony Ericsson K220Sony Ericsson K200 - Availability
Navigating the phone couldn’t be easier either, as the menu can be set to a series of simple, single icons. To keep things hassle-free, the central navigation key is set-up to give one-click access to key features such as the phone book (which stores up to 300 contacts) and messaging menu. Available from Q2 2007 in selected markets in either Metallic Black or Light Champagne, the Sony Ericsson K200 allows you to always have your favourite pictures in your pocket.

Sony Ericsson K220 camera phone - Integrated FM radio
As with the K200, the K220 is an easy to use camera phone with a single icon display, but with the advantage of an integrated FM radio with RDS. Perfect for those quieter moments, the Sony Ericsson K220 can store up to 10 pre-set stations so there is no need to hunt around when it’s time to change channels.

Sony Ericsson K220

Sony Ericsson K220 - Availablity
The Sony Ericsson K220 can even provide a wake-up call since a favourite station can be set on the Radio Alarm Clock. Choose your station and choose your colour; the Sony Ericsson K220 comes in two striking finishes - Frost White or Ocean Blue. The Sony Ericsson K220 will be available in selected from Q2 2007.

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