Sony Ericsson Reveals Phones, PC Card
Oct 25, 2004, 9:38 AM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced two entry-level phones and a high-end PC card. Both phones feature GPRS, 4,096-color displays, EMS, games, GPRS, and WAP.
- J200: Tri-band GSM phone with 128 x 128 pixel display, 40-chord ringtones, and infrared. Available by the end of 2004.
- T290: Dual-band GSM phone with MMS and speakerphone. The T290a for North America is expected Q1 2005.
- GC89: Quad-band GSM data card with EDGE and Wi-Fi. Supports EDGE class 10, plus release 4 for higher upload speeds, and 802.11b plus 802.11g. Available Q1 2005.
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