Sony Ericsson K205a Clears FCC
Sep 17, 2007, 12:26 PM by (staff)
The K205a is an entry-level bar phone with dual-band GSM 850/1900 radios. It offers a pared-down feature set, such as SMS, MMS, and browsing. It has an internal antenna and digital camera. Pictures and other files can be shared via Infrared. It uses the standard Sony Ericsson charge/accessory port for things such as headsets. It supports bands found in the Americas and is compatible with several U.S networks, but no carrier has announced plans to sell this device.
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