Slide Up with the Sony Ericsson Yari

7:30 AM Edited by Blony

The Sony Ericsson Yari is a new slide phone from the said company that is not only good looking but is also packed with a lot of cool features that most mobile users will certainly enjoy. Aside from the regular calling and sending SMS and MMS messages, the phone has quite number of key features which makes the phone very handy. Here are some of those features:

For physical features, the Sony Ericsson Yari weighs 115 grams and has dimensions of 100 x 48 x 15.7 mm. It also has a 2.4 inch screen with an accelerometer sensor. The phone also comes with 60MB of internal memory which can be expanded up to 16GB through the phone’s MicroSD card slot.

The Sony Ericsson Yari has a phonebook that can store 1,000 entries with 20 fields each. It also stores 30 missed, received, and dialed calls. The phone also has the Photo Call feature so users can see who’s calling before answering the call.

For connectivity, the handset supports HSCSD, EDGE, and 3G technologies. The handset also has Bluetooth and USB connectivity for fast and easy file sharing to other Bluetooth enabled handsets and to computers as well.

Picture lovers will enjoy the Sony Ericsson Yari’s 5 megapixel camera that comes with autofocus and LED flash, which consumes a lot less battery energy. The phone’s camera also comes with geo tagging, image stabilizer, and face detection features. The phone’s camera not only captures images but also captures videos. The handset also comes with a secondary camera for voice calls.

Other features of the Sony Ericsson Yari include support for SMS, MMS, email, and instant messages. The handset also comes with an internet browser complete with an RSS reader, an FM radio, GPS support, a YouTube application, and motion based games as well. The handset also comes with a voice memo feature, a picture editor, and an organizer.

The battery life of the Sony Ericsson Yari is up to 450 hours on standby mode on either a 2G or 3G network, and talk time lasts up to 10 hours on a 2G network, and up to 4 hours and 30 minutes on a 3G network.

Via The Mobile Blog