Sony Ericsson introduces the beautifully simple Sony-Ericsson C510 Cybershot phone, its most affordable Cyber-shot phone to date, and an application upgrade to the Sony-Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot phone, currently at the top of the cell phone charts across the globe. The Sony Ericsson Cybershot mobile phone portfolio has topped 32 million handsets sales worldwide demonstrating Sony Ericssonís market leadership in bringing exciting new camera phone technology to consumers around the world. The Sony-Ericsson C510 Cybershot will make Sony Ericssonís camera phone experience accessible to even more consumers and markets worldwide.
Enjoy music the way you want it with the Sony-Ericsson W508 Walkman phone. Consumers can have the most interactive mobile experience as individual as they are, with clever technology such as Shake and Gesture control, SenseMe and TrackID, as well as one extra Style-Up cover with the new Sony Ericsson W508 Walkman phone. The Sony-Ericsson W508 also includes popular Walkman features such as SensMe, for matching your mood to the music and touch keys on top to play, stop and skip tracks. A 3.2 megapixel digital camera, HSDPA and 1GB M2 memory card completes the Sony-Ericsson W508 offering for any trend setter.
Sony Ericsson announces that soon Vodafone customers will be able to use the GPS enabled Sony-Ericsson W715 Walkman phone to make the most of location-based services. Aside from turn-by-turn pedestrian or driving navigation available using Vodafone Find & Go, customers will be able to find their nearest restaurants, hotels or shopping centres all within a few clicks on their new mobile phone. The Sony Ericsson W715 is much more than a music phone. Its metal finish combines with a large LCD screen in an elegant and compact slider for a professional feel. The 3.2 Megapixel camera and Wi-Fi connectivity allows users to snap photos, and quickly upload them to social networking sites.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 cell phone is quite long and narrow, although also somewhat thick, mainly caused by the sideways sliding QWERTY keyboard. The touchscreen is of reasonable size, however, somewhat on the narrow side, and below the screen some additional buttons are found to answer or end a call, as well as the panel button, arrow buttons and a confirmation button. The front of the Sony Ericsson X1 cell phone is made of metal, just like the back cover, which gives the cell phone a solid appearance. Standard included with the Sony Ericsson Experia are a battery charger, a data cable, a headset, two stylus pens, several manuals per functionality and a software CD.
Sony Ericsson revealed the Z555, an elegant clamshell phone which combines a rich feature set with striking good looks. Itís a perfect match of the latest feature set with an innovative diamond design, intended to make one big style statement. Together with the Sony Ericsson Z555, Sony Ericsson announced a series of stylish new accessories including a Design Collection of four leather bags all offering unique and creative carrying solutions, as well as three new sleek Bluetooth Headsets, HBH-PV708, HBH-PV770 and HBH-PV712.
Sony Ericsson announced the W760, the first truly global Walkman phone with tri-band HSDPA, enabling broadband speed downloads of the latest music and content wherever in the world it is used. Offering music on your mobile and much more, the phone delivers built-in GPS to help you find that secret gig, distinctive Stereo Speakers for sharing your music and the latest hit games, including Need for Speed ProStreet.
Sony Ericsson announced the launch of the W350, a Walkman phone that offers the perfect blend of style and function. Featuring for the first time from Sony Ericsson a flip phone that allows you to control your music at your fingertips, it offers a winning combination of ease of use, style and convenience. This latest addition to the Walkman phone family can be used with the new Bluetooth Headset HBH-DS205, also announced today, for the ultimate hands-free music experience.