Sony Ericsson T715 Preview

Introduction and Design
This is a global GSM phone. It can be used with AT&T and T-Mobile USA. The American version supports AT&T's 3G network.

Introduction and design:

You cannot even imagine how shocked we were to see a new model (announced after the Yari, Aino and Satio) with a name starting with T and not ending with aifun! Apparently, the manufacturer has decided its device naming policy won´t apply across the board. The nameless Sony Ericsson T715 turns out to be quite a likeable and compact cell phone. A quick look at its specifications reveals that it´s actually a slider version of the T700 that we reviewed already. The new form factor has made the handset substantially shorter (when closed) and rather podgier, being about 50% thicker than its sibling.

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The phone sports a 2.2-inch QVGA display that is claimed to remain totally useable even in direct sunlight. The manufacturer promised to equip the device with large buttons and most of them are indeed. There is nice surprise, hidden under the aluminum battery cover – the T715 features a microSD slot, just like the Aino, Yari and Satio. We think it´s time that we all said “so long, dear M2 cards, it was (not) a pleasure…”

Sony Ericsson T715 360 Degrees View:

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