Twilight Black : Sony Ericsson Z710

by Swornambigai - Date: 2007-11-20 - Word Count: 287 Share This!

Sony Ericsson has announced the Z710 model, the camera phone that will appeal to the hard working person looking for a phone to fit an intensive business and private life. This EDGE-capable clamshell packages a suite of advanced business and multimedia features in a sophisticated and stylish design.

The Z710 comes in two colours, called "twilight black" and "metallic sand". The handset weighs 101 grams and measures 88 x 48 x 24.5 mm which, according to the manufacturer, it provides the user with a compact and stylish handset.Features of the Sony Ericsson is contain the Dual Screens,2 Megapixel Camera with 2.5 x Zoom , Media Player supporting MP3, AAC, MPEG4 and 3GP formats. Bluetoothâ„¢ Technology,Quad Band Technology (GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800 & GSM 1900)

Sony-Ericsson-Z710 2 Megapixel camera captures sharp, crisp stills and video and these are easily shared using MMS, Bluetooth, stored on the Memory Stick or transferred quickly to your PC via USB. The clamshell design allows for a large external LCD screen. This allows many functions to be performed without opening the phone. By using the direct keys next to it, the media player, FM radio, SMS message review, previewing tasks and diary appointments can all be accessed and controlled.

Sony Ericsson is a GSM Quad Band 2.0 MP Camera w/Flash Phone. Standby timeup to 350 hours Talk Timeup to 10 hours CameraYes Memory SlotYes A sophisticated clamshell phone for fast and effective calling, messaging and data communications. Samsung and LG typically lead this segment in the domestic GSM market, and Sony Ericsson brings a breath of fresh air with a different (arguably more refined) user interface and a feature list that could make even a power user crack a smile. Please purchase online

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