Sony Ericsson announced its latest mobile phone, Sony Ericsson T707 clamshell. This Sony Ericsson cellphone offers a sleek flip design with multimedia features, and it has the official endorsement of famous tennis player Maria Sharapova. This phone is a glossy device with a number of different lighting effects and a bold, circular sweep on the outside the surrounds the small external display.
On the outside the Sony Ericsson T707 sports a thin profile with calling lights, a glossy skin, and minimalist touches like a hidden external display. The Sony Ericsson T707 ships with three colored shells, namely mysterious black, spring rose, and lucid blue.
The specification list of this mobile phone is quite impressive. It includes messaging capabilities such as Email, Exchange ActiveSync, Text messaging (SMS), Chat View and MMS, along with Geo tagging for photos. The device measures 93 x 50 x 14.1 mm and weighs 95 grams, while including an internal memory of up to 100MB, as well as support for Memory Stick Micro M2 memory cards for additional storage capability. The phone’s battery is able to provide up to 10 hours talk time and up to 400 hours standby time. Quite good, right?
The T707 is fairly lightweight for a 3G clamshell, coming in at 95 grams. Maximum talktime on 3G is a useful 4 hours with up to 16 days standby time.
Availability and pricing for this new Sony Ericsson device has not yet been announced. Expected to be available sometime during Q2 2009.
Specification at a glance:
- 262.144 color TFT
- 240×320 pixel
- 128×36 pixels
- Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support (up to 16GB)
- Phone memory 100MB
- GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
- UMTS/HSDPA 2100
- 93.0 x 50.0 x 14.1 mm
- 95.0 gr