After the launch of their eco-friendly mobile phones, Sony Ericsson has unveiled its next T-Series cell phone, the Sony Ericsson T715.
The Sony Ericsson T715 is a mid-range slider phone that will be available in two colors, Galaxy Silver and Rogue Pink.
The Sony Ericsson T715 is relatively thin, measuring 3.6 inches by 1.9 inches by 0.6 inch,with a 2.2 inch-display that supports 261,144 colors.
The ‘media Go’ feature of the phone allows you to drag and drop media files between your PC and the phone.
‘Media Go’ automatically converts the audio and video files, to give optimum picture and music quality.
The Sony Ericsson T715 also features what Sony Ericsson calls the ‘smart desktop’, that promises to pop out notes and reminders on the display screen to make sure everything is on schedule.
The ‘Turbo 3G’ feature of the Sony Ericsson T715 allows users easy access to high speed internet and download files and attatchments easily.
Selecting search from the standby mode allows users to search anything on google and also provides the provision to use Google maps for navigation purposes.
The ‘e-mail client’ enables users to check their inboxes from any location and send e-mails anywhere. The phone features the NetFront browser and YouTube application as seen in previous models as well.
Using the main camera, one can also video call through the Sony Ericson T715.
Some other features of the phone include a 3.2 megapixel camera with video recording. The phone also features a photo light that allows users to capture pictures under poor lighting conditions.
Apart from these, the Sony Ericsson T7165 has a stereo Bluetooth, USB connector, and a mass storage PC syncing feature.
Only this time instead of using the conventional memory stick, Sony Ericsson has provided a microSD card slot.
The Sony Ericsson T715 comes in two variants: T715 and T715a.
Although both support quad band GSM network, the former is meant for 3G networks in Europe (2100MHz HSPA) and the latter for North American 3G networks (850/1900/2100MHz HSPA).
The price of the phone has not yet been revealed. The Sony Ericsson T715 is expected to be in the market by the third quarter of 2009.