New Sony Ericsson K220, K200, J120 And J110

Posted: Feb 6 2007, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:55am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

New Sony Ericsson K220, K200, J120 and J110
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Sony Ericsson also announced four low-end candybar mobile phones, besides new premium phones in their Walkman and Cyber-shot lines today.

The Sony Ericsson K220 features a VGA camera, slideshow view, stores up to 40 images on 2MB internal memory, and has FM radio with RDS. The K220 comes in Frost White or Ocean Blue. The K220 will be available in selected from Q2 2007.

The K200 lacks the FM radio. Availability of the K200 will be from Q2 2007 in selected markets in either Metallic Black or Light Champagne. The J120 is a no frills candybar with FM radio. The J110 does not have the radio. Both phones have no camera.
The J120 and J110 will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007.
At least Sony Ericsson spiced up this low-end phone a bit by providing a gadget model photo (above) so we have a reason to write about these new phones.
More details in this Sony Ericsson press-release.

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