Hands-On Photos With The Smart Sony Ericsson M600

Posted: Mar 13 2006, 6:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:18pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Hands-On Photos with the Smart Sony Ericsson M600
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Sony Ericsson announced the M600 3G business phone early February. The M600 features a very clean design and as the first photos show the user interface is also very clean.

The Sony Ericsson M600 supports text input via the touch-screen offering text recognition and a virtual keyboard. Alternatively the keys can be used which offer a minimalist QWERTY keyboard.
Esato features several fresh hi-res photos of the M600 from their visit at the CeBit show. Engadget Mobile has also some photos from a Sony Ericsson press event. What is prominently missing is a digital camera, underlining the fact that this is a 3G phone for business people.
I hope the M600 defines the new User interface standard for all new Sony Ericsson phones.
The Sony Ericsson M600 will be shipping in Q2 2006.

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