Sony Ericsson has announced the availability of its new elegant slider phone – Sony Ericsson G705, which includes Google shortcut key and Youtube compatibility, aiming to enhance your web experience.
“The G705 is ideal for those who need a bit of help organising their busy life,” said Catherine Cherry, Global product marketing manager at Sony Ericsson. “This life-enhancing phone has everything you need to keep track of your daily activities and is perfect for keeping in touch with friends. It also allows you to stay fully up-to-date thanks to the full HTML browser, email support, and desktop RSS feeds – all delivered at turbo 3G speeds.”
Impressive Highlights Of Sony Ericsson G705:
- Large 2.4-inch TFT screen display viewing websites and emails with high clarity (240 x 320 pixels)
- 3.2-megapixel camera with video recording and geotagging capabilities
- Google shortcut key – Go to Google from the idle screen with one key press
- YouTube compatible – Upload videos or download favourite clips
- Wi-Fi and DLNA certified – Connect the way you want
- Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
- Built-in A-GPS combined with Google Maps for Mobile and Wayfinder – Never get lost again
- HTML browser – Surf the net how it was meant to be
- Automatic rotation – Switch from portrait to landscape with just a tilt of the phone
According to the release, “Also announced today is the G705u, the first UMA enabled phone from Sony Ericsson. UMA enables users to seamlessly roam between the mobile network and local area networks thanks to GSM/Wi-Fi dual capabilities. The G705u is exclusive to the operator Orange in its territories.”
The new Sony Ericsson G705 mobile phone which measures 95 x 47 x 14.3mm is expected to be available by Q4 2008, but no words on its price yet.