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Four new entry level phones from Sony Ericsson

6 February 2007 by
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Technical details:
• Ericsson R380
• Ericsson R520
• Ericsson R600
• Ericsson T29s
• Ericsson T39
• Ericsson T60d
• Sony Xperia A
• Sony Xperia Acro S
• Sony Xperia Advance
• Sony Xperia C
• Sony Xperia E
• Sony Xperia E Dual
• Sony Xperia E1
• Sony Xperia E1 Dual
• Sony Xperia Ion LT28at
• Sony Xperia J
• Sony Xperia L
• Sony Xperia M2
• Sony Xperia Miro
• Sony Xperia Neo L
• Sony Xperia P
• Sony Xperia S
• Sony Xperia SL
• Sony Xperia Sola
• Sony Xperia SP
• Sony Xperia SX
• Sony Xperia T
• Sony Xperia T2 Ultra
• Sony Xperia Tipo
• Sony Xperia Tipo Dual
• Sony Xperia TL
• Sony Xperia TX
• Sony Xperia U
• Sony Xperia V
• Sony Xperia VL
• Sony Xperia Z
• Sony Xperia Z Ultra
• Sony Xperia Z1
• Sony Xperia Z1 Compact
• Sony Xperia Z2
• Sony Xperia ZL
• Sony Xperia ZQ
• Sony Xperia ZR

From the forum:
The K200, K220, J110 and J120 are all entry-level phone models. K200 and K220 are both camera phones, whilst the K220 again and the J120 bring music into an affordable segment.

K200
The K200 is all about having a camera on your phone just when you need it.

The VGA camera and photo album are immediately accessible with just one click on the dedicated button. Given that the K200 has a slideshow view and will store up to 40 images, it’s easy for users to view their pictures in full screen and share them with friends.

Navigating the phone couldn’t be easier either, as the menu can be set to a series of simple, single icons. To keep things hassle-free, the central navigation key is set-up to give one-click access to key features such as the phone book (which stores up to 300 contacts) and messaging menu. Available from Q2 2007 in selected markets in either Metallic Black or Light Champagne, the K200 allows you to always have your favourite pictures in your pocket

K220
As with the K200, the K220 is an easy-to-use camera phone with a single icon display, but with the advantage of an integrated FM radio with RDS. Perfect for those quieter moments, the K220 can store up to 10 pre-set stations so there is no need to hunt around when it’s time to change channels. It will even provide a wake-up call since a favourite station can be set on the Radio Alarm Clock.

Choose your station and choose your colour; the K220 comes in two striking finishes - Frost White or Ocean Blue. The K220 will be available in selected from Q2 2007.

J110
Keeping in touch is made straightforward with the J110, a classic ‘candy bar’ phone with large, legible keys and easy navigation. A central navigation key with clear icons gives one-click access to commonly used features such as the text message menu, ring volume and alarm clock. Navigation through the menu options is easy thanks to the single-icon display, and J110 has enough stamina and storage to keep you in touch however busy you are, giving up to nine hours’ talk time and room for up to 200 phone numbers.

A robust, solid phone with chrome detail and a bright 65k colour STN screen, The J110 will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007 in three distinct colours: Soft Cream, Smooth Grey or Precious Purple.

J120
J120 has the same easy to use features as J110, such as a single-icon menu and one-click access, with the added benefit of a built-in FM Radio that allows you to store up to 10 favourite channels plus a stereo headset that’s supplied with the phone. When it’s time to share the radio play-list with a wider audience, the J120 features a loudspeaker through which the radio can be played. This can also be used as a speakerphone when you tire of the radio and decide to call a friend.

This compact and striking phone, finished in Night Black with ‘FM Radio’ detail, really stands out from the crowd. The J120 will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007.

K200K220
Imaging 
VGA camera
Up to 40 pictures (2MB internal memory)
Slide show
Full screen viewer
Picture Messaging (MMS)
One click to:
  • camera menu
  • phonebook
  • ring volume
  • messaging
    128x128 65k CSTN Display
  • VGA camera
    Up to 40 pictures (2MB internal memory)
    Slide show
    Full screen viewer
    Picture Messaging (MMS)
    One click to:
  • camera menu
  • phonebook
  • messaging
  • FM Radio
    128x128 65k CSTN Display

  • Music/Ringtones

     
    Polyphonic ringtones
    32 voices
    Polyphonic ringtones
    32 voices
    FM radio with RDS
    FM radio alarm clock
    One click to FM radio
    10 channel pre-sets/storage
    FM radio through
    Loudspeaker


    Connectivity

     
    Infrared Infrared


    Support Offers

     
    Speakerphone
    300 contacts (with 3 numbers/contact)
    250 SMS storage
    Single icon desktop menu (optional)
    Red and green key functionality
    Alarm
    Calculator
    Calendar
    Predictive text input (T9)
    WAP 1.2.1
    Speakerphone
    300 contacts (with 3 numbers/contact)
    250 SMS storage
    Single icon desktop menu (optional)
    Red and green key functionality
    Alarm
    Calculator
    Calendar
    Predictive text input (T9)
    WAP 1.2.1

    Accessories
     
    Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-64
    Desk Stand CDS-65
    Cigarette Lighter Adaptor CLA-60
    Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-64
    Desk Stand CDS-65
    Cigarette Lighter Adaptor CLA-60

    Availability and versions
     
    GSM/GPRS 850/1900 and 900/1800
    Standby up to 300 hours Talk time up to 8 hours
    GSM/GPRS 900/1800
    Standby up to 300 hours Talk time up to 8 hours

    J110 and J120 at a glance:

    J110J120
     Core Offers  
     Single Icon Menu
    PHF support
    Speaker phone
    96x64 65k Colour STN Display
    Red/green key functionality and Soft keys
    One click to:
  • camera menu
  • phonebook
  • ring volume
    One click access to:
  • Ring volume
  • Alarm clock
  • Phonebook
  • SMS
    Polyphonic ringtones –
    16 voices
    Ring tone download
  • RDS FM stereo radio
    Headset/PHF in kit
    Loudspeaker/Speaker phone
    Radio alarm clock
    96x64, 65k Colour STN Display
    Red/green key functionality and Soft keys
    One click access to:
  • FM radio
  • Alarm clock
  • Phonebook
  • SMS
    FM radio through loudspeaker
    Store up to 10 channels
    Polyphonic ringtones –
    16 voices
    Ring tone download
  •  
    Support Offers
     
     Less than 17mm thick
    Phonebook 200 numbers
    SMS/EMS – 100 message storage
    Predictive text input
    (remembers words used)
    Alarm
    Calculator
    Reminder
    Less than 17mm thick
    Phonebook – 200 numbers
    SMS/EMS – 100 message storage
    Predictive text input storage (remembers words used)
    Alarm
    Calculator
    Reminder
     
    In-Box Contents
     
     Battery: BST-37
    Charger CST-60
    Portable Handsfree HPB-60
    User Guide
    Battery: BST-37
    Charger CST-60
    Portable Handsfree HPB-60
    User Guide
     
    Aftermarket Accessories
     
     Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-64
    Desk Stand CDS-65
    Cigarette Lighter Adaptor CLA-60
    Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-64
    Desk Stand CDS-65
    Cigarette Lighter Adaptor CLA-60
     
    Availability and versions
     
     GSM 900/1800
    GSM 850/1900
    Up to 9 hours talk time
    Up to 400 hours stand-by time
    GSM 900/1800
    Up to 9 hours talk time
    Up to 400 hours stand-by time

     

     Sony Ericsson K200

     Sony Ericsson K220

    Sony Ericsson J110i

    Sony Ericsson J120i





    Comments
    On 7 Feb 06:28 Nick wrote
    If one had BT and i needed a new phone these would REALLY REALLY appeal.

    And the keys on the K220 and K200 are REALLY REALLY nice.

    OMG WHAT HAPPENED TO THE JOYSTICK, i never thought id like an SE phone without the joystick but WOW these look better without joysticks, will attract more sales as people think joysticks suck (they dont).

    Overall the BEST entry lvl phones EVER made by SE.
    On 6 Feb 16:39 r911 wrote
    For low ends i think they look pretty good..
    On 6 Feb 16:04 baine wrote
    Why is the "space" key on the J110/120 on the 'Zero' key?!
    On 6 Feb 15:19 shitphones wrote
    koen
    On 6 Feb 13:54 ROLAND wrote
    I THINK IT WILL BE A GOOD PHONE!!
    On 6 Feb 13:43 io wrote
    buttons on k2 lookin like p910 buttons niiice :)
    On 6 Feb 13:35 chris wrote
    Ive always thought that entry level phones especially the walkman SE phones looked bulky and very ugly. These kinda look a bit better.
    On 6 Feb 12:36 Dan wrote
    When will we see a phone that is better than the K610i and weather protected like Nokia's 5140i from SE??
    On 6 Feb 11:44 god1jason wrote
    first to comment wihihii... nice phones. me likeeee. waiting for the w950 successor though

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