Low-end Sony Ericsson K200, K220, J110 And J120 Just Announced

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The Swedish manufacturer has just unveiled four recent budacquire models. The Sony Ericsson K200 and K220 are both low-discontinue capturing camera phones, while the Sony Ericsson K220 and Sony Ericsson J120 would feature Frequency Modulation (FM) radio for listening to music on the go. The four recent bar-shaped mobiles are meant to be used with ease and "simplicity and user-freindliness" is their moto.

The Sony Ericsson K200 would feature a Video Graphics Array (VGA) camera, 2Mega Bytes (MB) of integrated memory, and would be equipped with a 65K colors CSTN display with a resolution of 128x128 pixels. As far as connectivity is concerned it would have a two-band GSM/General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) support and an Infrared port. The Sony Ericsson K220 would boast the same specs with the added features of Frequency Modulation (FM) radio with RDS and Frequency Modulation (FM) radio alarm clock. It will also be offered in different color combinations. The Sony Ericsson K200 and Sony Ericsson K220 will be available from Q2 2007.

Sony Ericsson K200

Sony Ericsson K220

The Sony Ericsson J110 is the successor of the well-known budacquire model Sony Ericsson J100. It targets people whose main needs are simple - they need a mobile phone with a durable battery. The recent J110 has got a face lift since the previous model J100 had a rather cheap plastic looks. The Sony Ericsson J110 is styled with shiny chrome details. It will have a 65K colors STN display and a memory for 200 phone numbers. Its battery would allow it to offer up to 9 hours of talk time and up to 400 hours of standby. The Sony Ericsson J120 will have pretty much the same design except that it will be offered only in black. As far as specs go, it would feature a Frequency Modulation (FM) radio with RDS. The Sony Ericsson J110 and the Sony Ericsson J120 will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007.

Sony Ericsson J110

Sony Ericsson J120



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