Sony Ericsson Announces the T650
9 May 2007 by axxxr
The Sony Ericsson T650 fuses illumination effects with a stainless steel finish and scratch-proof mineral glass.
The Sony Ericsson T650 is all about detail. The illumination effects on the keypad and the sides of the phone interact with animations on the screen. As these animations move across the display they set off waves of light around the keypad, which stand-out against the reflective stainless steel finish.
Powerful by nature Advanced communications, multimedia functions and connectivity are all second nature to the T650. This slim 3G phone conceals a high performance feature set. The 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus takes excellent shots, and the 1.9-inch, scratch-proof screen makes it easy to shoot and view your pictures. The mineral glass display is placed directly onto the screen, which makes the colours more intense, improves visibility in bright environments and widens the viewing angle of the screen up to 170 degrees.
As individual as you Once you have taken your pictures, the T650 lets you to share your memories with friends next door or family across the world. You can show your photos on the screen, attach them to messages or post them on the Web using picture blogging.
Designed for everyday When it comes to keeping you entertained, the T650 is a natural. Its media player lets you to listen to your favourite tunes wherever you are, and thanks to the latest Bluetooth™ technology it’s possible to stream music directly from your phone to a headset. A stylish accessory, such as the Stereo Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-DS980 is the perfect partner here and is also announced today.
Stands out within the crowd At just 12.5 millimetres thin, the Sony Ericsson T650 builds on the design heritage of the T610 and steps up as a no-compromise 3G phone that balances form with function.
The T650 will be offered in a choice of two colours – Growing Green and Midnight Blue – and will be a Dual mode UMTS 2100 -GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 phone. It will be available in selected markets from Q3 2007.