Sony Ericsson P910, K500 and S710a mobile phones introduced

Sony Ericsson P910

Sony Ericsson has announced the next revision of the widely famous P900 smartphone – the P910. In a nutshell, the new features are expanded memory from 16mb to 256mb, full QWERTY keyboard on the back of the flip and 256k color screen.
The P800/P900 models have been one of the most talked about Symbian based smartphone introduced on the market. Like Nokia's own Series 60 user interface which runs over the Symbian Os, those model runs user interface called UIQ.
The new P910 offers several different input methods – a full QWERTY keyboard located at the back of the flip covering the screen, regular numeric keyboard of the top of the flip and touch sensitive screen with handwriting recognition or virtual keyboard. All those option make it easy for people typing SMS messages, taking notes or adding contacts.
E-mail users have been covered also – Sony Ericsson has collaborated with a range of e-mail providers and supports Smarter Duality Always-on Mail, IBM, Extended Systems One Bridge Mobile, Visto Mobile, Seven and Intellisync Mobile Suite.

 

Sony Ericsson P910

Given the increased capabilities of the P910 such as web browsing, e-mailing, PDA and a range of entertainment options, Sony Ericsson has expanded the internal memory from 16MB to 64MB and included a 32MB Memory Stick Duo.. The P910 supports up to 1GB Memory Stick Duo Pro, creating almost endless possibilities to store and share images, video, music and business data.

The list of software bundled with the phone is very extensive – AvantGo® (offline browsing), Media Viewer (direct access to news such as the Financial Times) and Promyzer (real-time market quotes and stock trading). HP Mobile Printing Application allows messages, pictures, calendars and contacts to be printed directly to a Bluetooth-enabled HP printer. Wayfinder Mobile Navigator™ is a navigation tool included on the Software Suite that ships with the phone, which works as a turn-by-turn in-car navigation system when connected to a Bluetooth GPS receiver. The P910 also comes with the Opera browser. Some of the titles mentioned come free, others are trial versions.

The list of features does not end here. Digital camera with video capture, SyncML (over the air) and PC synchronization over USB, infrared, Bluetooth are also supported.

The P910 will start shipping globally in Q3 and exists with five different keyboard variants to meet the needs of different language groups: QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY, Russian and Greek.

The P910 will be available in the following editions:

  • P910i   Triple Band 900/1800/1900 MHz
  • P910c   Triple Band 900/1800/1900 MHz for Mainland China
  • P910a   Triple Band 850/1800/1900 MHZ.for North and Latin America

Sony Ericsson P910 full spefications and features can be found here.



Sony Ericsson also announced two new EDGE phones. The first is S710a &?

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HBH-660

Sony Ericsson also announced two new Bluetooth headsets – the HBH-660 and HBH-300. HBH-660 introduces an info display, which shows the caller's name or number. By pressing buttons on the side of the earpiece, the user can handle calls without having to touch their mobile phone. The HBH-660 has a talk time of up to five hours and standby time of up to 150 hours. The headset will be available Q4 of 2004.

 

The HBH-300 has been designed with business people in mind, and copes easily with long days filled with calls in the office or in the car. Sound performance is optimised by an extended boom which puts the microphone nearer to the caller's mouth and a noise cancelling function which reduces background sound. A talk time of up to 10 hours and standby time of up to 300 hours means that the headset can last for several days' intense usage before needing a recharge. The HBH-300 will be available Q3, 2004.

HBH-300


The Desk Speaker Stand CSS-25 allows consumers to handle handsfree calls with excellent sound quality, either on loudspeaker or private. The CSS-25 has a built-in microphone/speaker making it easier to hear callers and ideal for smaller phone meetings. For private conversations there are two plugs - one for a Sony Ericsson Portable Handsfree, and one for a professional headset with a 0.10 in connector. When needed, the CSS-25 can also run off the phone's battery! In addtion, the stand can be used as a charger to charge your phone.
The Desk Speaker Stand CSS-25 will be available in Q42004.

Dek speaker Stand



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