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Sony Ericsson C905

Mark Peters : 2008-06-17 23:02:00
Sony-Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot camera phone : The C905 is Sony Ericsson’s first Cyber-shot slider and its most advanced camera phone yet. With an 8.1 megapixel digital camera and real camera flash amongst its cutting-edge capabilities, it offers easy photo-taking in a phone that derives its looks from a digital camera and offers the picture quality to match. “The Sony Ericsson C905 CyberShot camera phone has been developed to make us all better photographers! That means making it easier to take great shots and never missing that magic moment.” said Sven Totté, Head of Imaging Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “The 8.1 megapixel Sony Ericsson C905 is a viable alternative to a digital camera.”


Sony Ericsson K330

Mark Peters : 2008-06-17 23:00:00
Sony-Ericsson K330 mobile phone : Sony Ericsson announces a new entry-level phone, designed for lasting communication, the Sony Ericsson K330. With superb talk and standby times, torch functions and FM Radio the Sony Ericsson K330 does the basics well. Add the camera and Bluetooth functions to it and you get further features on a straightforward phone. The new candy-bar phone from Sony Ericsson has been designed with simplicity and value for money in mind. For those wanting a clear-cut camera phone, the Sony Ericsson K330 mobile phone with video capture and Bluetooth sharing is the obvious choice. This Sony-Ericsson mobile phone also offers FM radio listening via speakerphone or stereo headset.


Sony Ericsson J132

Mark Peters : 2008-06-17 20:10:00
Sony-Ericsson J132 : Sony Ericsson announces a new entry-level phone, designed for lasting communication, the Sony Ericsson J132. With superb talk and standby times, torch functions and FM Radio the Sony Ericsson J132 cell phone does the basics well. The new candy-bar phone from Sony Ericsson has been designed with simplicity and value for money in mind. The Sony Ericsson J132 is a talk and text phone with FM radio and stereo hands free kit; the solid feel and dust-resistant keypad make it an ideal everyday companion. The Sony Ericsson J132 will be available in Night Black and Heaven Blue in selected markets from Q4 2008. The Sony Ericsson J132 will support GSM 900/1800 and the J132a for US markets will support GSM 850/1900.


Sony Ericsson F305

Mark Peters : 2008-06-17 19:40:00
Sony-Ericsson F305 : Sony Ericsson is putting gaming at the heart of its latest mobile phone release. Targeted firmly at a youth audience, the Sony Ericsson F305 with Motion Gaming lets users control games with the flick of a wrist or the swing of an arm, and then see the results straightaway on the screen. Using advanced motion sensor technology, the phone can follow your actions to imitate bowling or casting a fishing line. With the Sony Ericsson F305 your favourite game is one-click away. Enjoy the full gaming experience with stereo speakers, which also come in handy for sharing the latest track on the media player. Add a 2” screen into this pocket-sized slider phone and the F305 takes playing games on your mobile to a new level.


Sony Ericsson S302

Mark Peters : 2008-06-17 18:30:00
Sony-Ericsson S302 Snapshot mobile phone : Sony Ericsson just launched its new S302 Snapshot mobile phone. The Sony Ericsson S302 Snapshot has been designed - good looks, must-have features and a pocket-sized slim design. “The Sony Ericsson C302 Cyber-shot has been developed to make us all better digital photographers! That means making it easier to take great shots and never missing that magic moment.” said Sven Totté, Head of Imaging Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “The Sony Ericsson S302 cell phone is perfect for those who don’t want to miss a moment and like to send or Bluetooth their photos and funny videos to their friends.”


Sony Ericsson Z780

Mark Peters : 2008-04-24 19:00:00
Sony Ericsson Z780 : The new Sony Ericsson phone is clearly designed to take its range of web-enabled phones in a different direction. The Sony Ericsson Z780 expands the company’s range of devices for markets outside of Europe. The Sony Ericsson G502i brings the power of the web to a mainstream audience. The Sony Ericsson Z780, a sister product to the recently announced Z770, is set to broaden the range of web-enabled phones into more markets across the globe. It packs tri-band 3G and HSDPA into its stylish clamshell frame, letting you receive email or browse the web at high speed in countries across the world. It also introduces built-in aGPS, giving users the opportunity to carry their navigation solution with them on their phone.


Sony Ericsson G502i

Mark Peters : 2008-04-24 18:30:00
Sony Ericsson G502i : Sony Ericsson introduces a new HSDPA phone, which is clearly designed to take its range of web-enabled phones in a different direction. The compact Sony Ericsson G502i brings the power of the web to a mainstream audience. The Sony Ericsson G502i is the latest in an established line of classic Sony Ericsson phones that cram a wealth of time-saving features into an affordable, pocket-sized phone. The Sony Ericsson G502i is the first such model, however, to feature HSDPA capability. This means that more users can now benefit from faster browsing and downloading capabilities in a phone that has a feature-set that is impressive and incredibly easy to use - perfect for those who want to stay in control of their lives.


Sony Ericsson K850i Review

Mark Peters : 2008-04-06 13:30:28
Sony Ericsson K850 : Sony Ericsson stems from the cooperation between Sony and Ericsson in the year 2001, a so-called joint venture. It is Sony's know-how on the field of digital cameras that is used for developing Sony-Ericsson's cell phones. Worldwide Sony Ericsson is ranked 4th on the mobile phone market. The company is positioned directly after Nokia, Samsung and Motorola with a market share of more than 9%. Sony Ericsson offers a number of different lines to meet the various market demands. For example the W-series, consisting of Walkman phones, aiming at the consumer who uses his cellular mainly as a music player besides making calls. As for the K-series where our test model sits, Sony Ericsson put the emphasis on the camera.






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