Sony Ericsson 2006
The K510 and K310 round out today's announcements with a couple of entry-level bar-style phones.
The K510 (above) is designed to be one of the most affordable GSM camera phones with megapixel resolution. In Sony Ericsson tradition, it also includes Bluetooth.
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The K310 (above) is almost the same phone, but strips out the Bluetooth and steps down to a VGA-resolution camera.
Both phones have features Sony Ericsson is known for on its lower-end phones, such as speakerphone and user-changeable covers.
Both phones also have an interesting new feature Sony Ericsson is bringing down to its lower-end phones: a full HTML web browser with RSS feed capability.
Both phones will have an Americas version that is tri-band GSM 850/1800/1900.
Look for both phones here in the States in the 2nd quarter (April - June) or possibly early Q3 if things slip with carriers.
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