Silver Edition James Bond Sony Ericsson K800 And K790

Posted: Oct 14 2006, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:08am CDT, in Mobile Phones


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Silver Edition James Bond Sony Ericsson K800 and K790

James Bond aka Daniel Craig is using the Sony Ericsson K800 in the upcoming new James Bond movie Casino Royale.

What is up with that? Is the new James Bond not worthy to get a spanking new phone? Only a special edition of a Sony Cyber-shot K800 is all he gets?

If you want the James Bond K800 or K790 Cyber-shot mobile phone you have 3 month, than it is gone again from the shops.
The silver K800 and K790 Cyber-shot phones are equipped with Bond wallpapers, music ringtones and the full video movie trailer. The special edition Silver K800 (Dual mode UMTS 2100MHZ & GPRS) and K790 (Tri Band EDGE) Cyber-shot phones will be available worldwide during Q4 2006. This is interesting as the K800 is not available in the US as far as I know. I wonder which shops will carry it.

Casino Royale (site) is in Theaters on November 17th. I guess you will have no time to watch it as your hands are glued to either a Sony PS3 or Nintendo Wii that week.
The teasers actually promise a pretty cool movie with a certain cool stylized realism in the action scenes. I am looking foward to see the new Bond movie.

More about the Bond Sony Ericsson Phones can be found in this press-release.

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