Posted on 4-Sep-2003 08:21
Filed under: News
In conjunction with Sony Dreamworld in Paris, France, Sony Ericsson announced the Z600, a clamshell mobile phone with complete imaging and messaging capabilities.
This phone also incorporate the QuickShare system. Sony Ericsson introduced QuickShare with the T610 phone, giving users the a way to share images over the mobile network or between devices.
The Z600 is a true QuickShare product, featuring a built-in camera, bright 65,536 colour TFD display and a range of imaging applications. With the help of its imaging capabilities, a picture can be taken with only two rapid clicks, and then in four further steps sent by MMS or e-mail away. It is also possible to exchange pictures from the Z600 directly over a Bluetooth connection, or even drag and drop pictures to a PC.
The Z600 is clamshell style phone, with a second display outside.
The Z600 comes with some embedded games, most notable V-Rally2, which is one of the most popular racing games for game consoles. It can be played either by a single player or racing against somebody over Bluetooth. For maximum flexibility in game downloading, the phone supports both Java and Mophun game engines, opening up for a wide variety of games. There is a a new game console accessory, Gameboard EGB-10, which gives a true console-style feeling to playing mobile games.
“The Z600 has fantastic, easy-to-use imaging capabilities already winning fans in the T610, and also sports a form factor that allows consumers to express themselves and personalize the phone both inside and out, for instance matching the themes inside the phone with the covers”, says Steve Walker, Director of Product Marketing at Sony Ericsson.
This phone works on 900/1800/1900MHz GSM/GPRS networks.