Sony Ericsson G705 slider

Sony is simply come from the official word in its new G705 slider handset, and this is not bad looking at Gizmo. There's a 2.4 inch TFT with auto-rotation, A-GPS, DLNA, quad-band GSM and Assisted GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, FM radio, camera 3.2-megapixel with flash and Java-based OS. Telephones also got a full HTML browser, e-mail for Exchange ActiveSync, Google's shortcut key to Google Maps and suchlike and watching YouTube and direct transfer. Tri-Band HSDPA gives it "turbo-speed 3G", according to Sony Ericsson worldwide product marketing, which is a bit confusing at least, but it is interesting G705u SE version, which is the first UMA-enabled phone ... although this is only the issue of Great Britain. The U.S. version is expected in early 2009, price info yet to be decided.

(Via gizmodo)


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