Sony Ericsson Announces New Flagship Phones
Oct 20, 2003, 3:05 PM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced two new high-end mobile phones. Both are tri-band GSM models:
- T630: Update to the popular T610. Upgrades include updated styling, TFT display, V-Rally 2 game, and "My Friends" instant messaging with Wireless Village technology. Available in Europe and Americas in Q1 2004.
- P900: Update to the popular P800 PDA phone. Upgrades include smaller size, MPEG4 video recording, 65,000-color display, and increased memory. Available in Europe and Asia-Pacific in Q4 2003, and Americas in Q1 2004.
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Why not quad band?
An 800 MHz T630 would be sweet tho. Smaller, lighter and wow did you see that battery life...