New 3D-enabled 3G phone unveiled: K610
by, 12-19-2008 at 05:04 AM (4191 Views)
Sony Ericsson recently announced the new Sony Ericsson K610 handset which is the new 3D enabled 3G phone from the company. It is said to be one of the lightest UMTS phones, being 89 grams in weight, and provides with a range of business features and mobile entertainment features also which allow you to use it for personal and professional purpose.
The features provided by the new Sony Ericsson K610 include 2MP camera, memory stick Micro(M2) removable storage of up to 1 GB, Video telephony, NetFront™, RSS feed support, HTML browser, video players and music players. The phone makes use of Java platform 7(JP-7) which supports Mascot Capsule v3 and JSR 184. With this the applications developers are able to adapt the applications easily.
The New Sony Ericsson K610 has a TFT 256 K color display and an internal memory of 16 MB. It supports SMS, MMS, email, EMS, instant messaging. The 3G support with video call is one of the main advantages of this handset. It is functional, light in weight and small in size which is quite appealing. All the features in the phone are useful and attractive. One can also download additional games and play it easily with the help of the comfortable keypad of the handset
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