The Z770i is an amazingly slim clamshell that sports features like a 2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, a media player, as well as 3G support in the form of HSDPA. It even comes with a RSS feed reader, Google Maps for Mobile, plus support for Exchange ActiveSync.
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The Z770i has a pretty 2.2-inch 262K color TFT screen, as well as a somewhat flat keypad.
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The C702 is one of two Cyber-shot camera phones that Sony Ericsson released at GSMA 2008. It has a 3.2-megapixel camera as well as GPS, stereo Bluetooth, a media player, video streaming, 3G support, and quad-band support.
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The C702 looks a lot like a camera from the back. It has a 3.2-megapixel camera with 2x digital zoom, auto focus, face detection, red-eye reduction, and video recording.
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The Cyber-shot C902 is a bit higher end than the C702 with a 5-megapixel camera lens instead of the 3.2-megapixel one on the C702. It doesn't have GPS, but it does have a media player, video streaming, an RSS feed reader, 3G/HSDPA support, and quad-band support.
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The Cyber-shot C902 looks a bit like a camera on the back. The 5-megapixel camera has 2.5x zoom, auto focus, auto rotate, face detection, photo fix, flash, video recording, and an image stabilizer.
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The Xperia X1 from Sony Ericsson has a unique QWERTY keyboard slider that arcs out from underneath the phone. It is designed to be "wide pitch," so as to be easy to use.
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Sony Ericsson debuted two new G-series phones that are designed to be touch-screen organizers for the masses. These phones have a rather large touch screen with a stylus and come loaded with the Symbian operating system. The G700 has a 3.2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, a media player, the Opera Web browser, e-mail, and Exchange ActiveSync. The G700 is a tri-band phone, and only has UMTS, but then it's not meant to be high end anyway.
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Sony Ericsson debuted two new G-series phones that are designed to be touch-screen organizers for the masses. Both phones have a 2.4-inch touch screen with a stylus and come loaded with the Symbian OS. The G900 has a 5.0-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, a media player, the Opera Web browser, e-mail, and Exchange ActiveSync. Like the G700, the G900 is a tri-band phone and does not have 3G.
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Sony Ericsson debuted another Walkman phone at GSMA 2008, dubbed the W980. The Walkman player is tricked out with clear stereo and bass, an FM transmitter, stereo Bluetooth, as well as the "shake control" that lets you change tracks by shaking the phone. Other features include a 3.2-megapixel camera, e-mail, video recording, HSDPA/3G support, and quad-band support.
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The W980 Walkman phone is a flip phone that opens up to reveal a 2.2-inch QVGA screen, plus a keypad with circular keys.
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The Xperia X1 has a 3.2-megapixel camera, auto focus, a photo light, and the ability to record video.
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The Xperia X1 is Sony Ericsson's first ever Windows Mobile smartphone, and it is a big one. It has a jaw-dropping 3-inch clear, wide VGA display, as well as a full QWERTY keyboard, plus a great look and feel. Features include a 3.2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, e-mail, GPS, Wi-Fi, HSDPA and HSUPA support, as well as quad-band support.
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