Ericsson Aino Launches In U.S.

Posted: Oct 28 2009, 11:45am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:07pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Smartphones, smartphones everywhere! A new high-end Ericsson smartphone is coming to the United States. No, it's not the Rachel, it's the not-quite-as-cool Ericsson Aino. The company sent out a press release earlier today announcing the coming of this pretty little number to American shores.

The Aino packs an 8.1 MP camera, 432 x 240 display, 3G, WiFi, and the ability to remotely control and interact with your PlayStation 3. Unlocked, it will set you back around $600. That's painful, but the price does include a stereo Bluetooth headset, dock, and 8 GB SD card in addition to the phone itself.

If I were going to spend $600 on an Ericsson phone, it wouldn't be the Aino. But that's just due to my unhealthy obsession with the Rachel. The Aino is a neat-looking phone with some really awesome features and a not-too-terrible price. Interested? If so, let us know in the comments.

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