Sony Ericsson Unveils T715

12:28 AM Edited by Blony

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With a stylish credit card-sized body, the T715 the latest addition to the Sony Ericsson family, promises to give users value for their money with its function packed features. First on the list is its screen which is 2.2-inch big with QVGA resolution and, Sony Ericsson claim, good legibility under sunlight.

Measuring 92 x 48 x 15mm, the T715 is what Sony Ericsson call a “credit card sized” phone. On the back is a 3.2 megapixel camera with a photo light. The camera can also geo-tag photographs with their location, using the nearest mobile base station.

It is a quad-band GSM phone with support for 2100MHz UMTS in Europe and most other countries, there will also be a T715a variant with tri-band UMTS support for North America. The T715 supports high-speed HSPA uploads and downloads, although Sony Ericsson have not quoted any data transfer speeds for this.

It also comes with the NetFront web browser, supports standard internet email plus Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, it has a multimedia player and FM radio plus a YouTube viewer.

In addition, it offers tried music functionality with TrackID, PlayNow and Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, as well as FM radio with RDS. Talktime on 3G is about 4 hours with about 14 days standby time. On GSM the T715 has 10 hours talktime and 16 days standby time.

Via Mobile News and Mobile Info

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