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Tuesday, 19 August 2008 12:02

Sony Ericsson announced T700

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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T610 reincarnated

 

Sony Ericsson recently announced their new T-series handset. It comes under the name T700 and it features a classic block design. It's meant to be a reincarnation of the legendary T610 but with many new functions, meaning – the phone for the masses.

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The handset features a screen 2 inches in diameter, resolution of 240x320 pixels capable of displaying 262K colors. There’s also a 3,2 megapixel camera, media player, FM radio, stereo Bluetooth, as well as European 3G networks support. Its dimensions are 48.0 x 104.0 x 10.0 mm and it’s evident that this phone is thin and compact, much like W880/W890, and it weighs 78 grams, which means that you’ll barely feel it in your pocket.

A mere look at the first official photo of this phone reveals that this is a “charmer” that will definitely find its way to Sony Ericsson fans and those who still keep T610 memories close to their heart.

The phone supports MS Exchange ActiveSync and POP3 email service. Its working frequencies are Quad-Band GSM/EDGE and European 3G.

The phone should hit the shelves by the end of this year, but pricing is as of yet undisclosed.

More here.

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