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Sony Ericsson Z320i

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-06-15 15:31:00
Sony Ericsson Z320 clamshell phone : Everything about the Sony Ericsson Z320 clamshell camera phone makes it ideal for fun-and-style seekers everywhere. So much so that you’ll never want to leave it behind. Share your memories - Discover and enjoy the fun of taking and sending pictures from wherever you are. The Z320 has a 1.3 megapixel camera that can be activated by one press on the navigation key. Refine the camera settings, including night mode and white balance, to get the best shot. The new Sony Ericsson Z320 is perfect for those that want a compact phone with a simple camera on-board for those impromptu photo moments. The Z320 is a megapixel clamshell phone that is good looking and simple to use.


Sony Ericsson Z250i

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-06-15 15:30:00
Sony Ericsson Z250 clamshell phone : For a phone that can’t help but attract attention, look no further than the new Sony Ericsson Z250 clamshell, announced today. Pocket-sized and just 19mm thin, this camera phone is wrapped in an alluring metallic finish, with subtle patterns that catch the light. The Z250 still finds room for an impressive feature set, including a good quality camera and storage for up to 200 of your pictures. With an interface that’s simplicity itself, including clear desktop icons and one-click access to key features, the Z250 is one phone you’ll want to be seen with. The Sony Ericsson Z250 is available in different network versions and will be available in the shops worldwide from Q3 2007.


Sony Ericsson T650

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-09 11:03:00
Sony Ericsson T650 : The Sony Ericsson T650 is all about detail. The illumination effects on the keypad and the sides of the phone interact with animations on the screen. As these animations move across the display they set off waves of light around the keypad, which stand-out against the reflective stainless steel finish. Powerful by nature Advanced communications, multimedia functions and connectivity are all second nature to the T650. This slim 3G phone conceals a high performance feature set. The mineral glass display is placed directly onto the screen, which makes the colours more intense, improves visibility in bright environments and widens the viewing angle of the screen up to 170 degrees.


Sony Ericsson T250

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-09 11:02:00
Sony Ericsson T250 : Simple sophistication sums up the Sony Ericsson T250, announced. The metal finish of this compact phone gives it a premium feel that up until now has been the preserve of high end models. Add to this a feature set that makes it easy to stay connected, and you have the perfect partner for keeping in-touch with style. “Now you can have quality design in a phone without the high-end price tag,” says Steve Walker, Head of Product Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “We realise that some people want just a straightforward phone, but we don’t feel that this should equate to straightforward design. Although technically the new T250 focuses on doing just the basics well, its advanced design resembles the more premium T650.”


Sony Ericsson S500

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-09 11:01:00
Sony Ericsson S500 : Intelligent design Beyond the Mysterious Green and Spring Yellow exteriors, effort has been made to bring design alive with the Sony Ericsson S500. The visuals on the desktop or phone menu can change automatically as the seasons pass or as day turns to night. Hidden illumination appears to highlight a certain event and the keypad glows with energy when the slim slider is opened. Vibrant images Have fun taking shots with the 2.0 megapixel camera and share moments of your life as they happen. Take a picture of where you are and blog it straight away. You can also send pictures or video to any mobile phone or email address. Style with substance The S500 offers more than stunning aesthetics.


Sony Ericsson P1

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-09 11:00:00
Sony Ericsson P1 : Sony Ericsson, the manufacturer that pioneered the development of smartphones, unveils the P1 as the latest addition to its P-series range. “In one sense the Sony Ericsson P1 phone is an evolution of our P-series smartphones, as it pushes forward the best attributes of its predecessors,” says Steve Walker, Head of Product Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “At the same time there are also significant improvements in design, speed and battery performance.” Building on the feature set of earlier models, the Sony Ericsson P1 smartphone supports a wide range of push email solutions and Web browsing applications, plus connectivity via hi-speed UMTS and Wireless LAN (WiFi).


Sony Ericsson Z750

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-26 22:07:07
Sony Ericsson Z750 : The Sony Ericsson Z750, announced today at CTIA, is Sony Ericsson’s first tri-band HSDPA phone for the North American Market. This highly stylish handset offers full broadband speed for accessing the web, handling email and picture blogging on the move. A striking clamshell, the Z750 in Phantom Grey or Rose Pink has mirror-like qualities, hiding an external display that lights up to show an incoming call or text message. More than good looks, though, this phone packs the functionality to keep you up-to-speed, instantly and effortlessly, with updates from any number of sources - including the web, true push email and live tickertape RSS feeds that scroll across the phone desktop.


Sony Ericsson W580 walkman phone

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-26 19:29:53
Sony Ericsson W580 walkman phone : Sony Ericsson’s new W580 Walkman phone announced is the music phone that’s pure street style. This slim slider phone speaks volumes in urban cool while delivering the full-on Walkman phone music experience. It will store up to 470 full-length tracks, has a 2.0 megapixel camera tucked discretely within the slider itself, plus stacks of gaming, sports and entertainment features. “The W580 Walkman phone is designed to match your lifestyle, whether you are in the car or busy at the gym,” explains Steve Walker, Head of Product Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “As well as letting you have your latest music with you at all times, the W580 steps in as your portable photo album and pocket gaming device.






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