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Wednesday, 07 November 2007 11:55

Sony announces three new handsets

Written by Fudzilla staff

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W890i, W380i and K660i


Sony Ericsson
has announced three new mobile phones today: the W890i, W380i and K660.

Let's fist turn to the W890i, which replaces the stylish and successful W880i, Sony Ericsson's thinnest Walkman phone to date. Unlike its predecessor, the new W890i boasts a 3.2 megapixel camera, FM radio and Sony has dropped the thin key design, opting for a more traditional keyboard. The orange color scheme is also a thing of the past, and SE is offering the W890i in "Alpha Brown" and "Sparkling Silver." Check out the product page for more details, here.

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The clamshell W380i has an interesting monochrome CSTN external screen and it will be available in Electric Purple and Magnetic Grey. The product page is here.

The K series also gets a new mid-range model, the K660i, which offers HSDPA and a landscape mode to make browsing easier on its QVGA screen. It will be available in "Lime on White" and "Wine on Black" color schemes. The product page is here.
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