Posted on 5-Mar-2003 07:40
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SonyEricsson released today a new triple-band GSM mobile with color screen, Bluetooth, GPRS. The phone is part of a family of new six models, four GSM and two CDMA.
With the help of the imaging capabilities in the T610, consumers can easily share pictures between the phone, a PC and other consumer devices - either locally over Bluetooth or cable, or across the mobile phone networks with MMS or e-mail. With its large 65,536 colour screen and integrated digital camera, the T610 is a powerful imaging and messaging phone. With QuickShare, the highest priority is on making imaging applications very easy to use for consumers, whilst driving application uptake and data revenues for operators. It only takes a few clicks to take a picture and send it with the T610.
The T610 has standby time up to 13 days (315 hours) and talk time up to 14 hours. It measures 102 x 44 x 19 mm and weighs 95 g. For the Chinese market, the T618 will be launched in Q2 and for North America the T616 will feature GSM 850/1800/1900 frequencies.
The triple-band GSM/GPRS T610 features a new user interface with 12 animated icons and rich colours, which further adds to the ease-of-use philosophy of QuickShare. Hotlinks in the menus give direct access to services and functions such as downloadable games. The T610 supports the Java and Mophun (C++) platforms for downloadable games, and also offers the possibility of playing games with other people via Bluetooth wireless technology. Excellent graphics, polyphonic sound, force feedback and a joystick further adds to a great mobile gaming experience.