Sony Ericsson unveils two new phones
Dubai, June 11, 2011
Sony Ericsson has unveiled two new phones, both of which integrate full touch functionality with a corner user interface and feature video recording and Wi-Fi connectivity for chatting and browsing.
The Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman phone offers the best in class music entertainment including Zappin, the new way to search songs, and the Sony Ericsson Txt Pro offers seamless social networking functionalities facilitated by its full slide-out Qwerty keyboard and friends’ application, a statement said.
“Sony Ericsson understands the diverse needs of users and is constantly engaged in an innovative process to deliver the best offering,” said Rudiger Odenbach, general manager, Sony Ericsson Middle East.
“We are confident the new devices with the music and social media functionality will appeal to consumers who enjoy owning the phones with the latest entertainment features.”
The Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman provides a new and fun way to listen to music. It comes with a Zappin key to make it easy to search for your favourite song. Simply pressing the Zappin key allows preview of the chorus of the next track, offering the user an option to choose the favourite.
A karaoke function also enables the vocal track from songs to be lowered instantly, the statement said.
The look and feel of the phones can be personalized with a range of exchangeable colour bands that come with the phone, it added.
The Sony Ericsson Txt Pro combines a three-inch touch screen with a 3.2 megapixel camera and full slide-out Qwerty keyboard. Its integrated friends’ application enables users to add their five best friends to see at a glance updates from their Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Both phones will be available globally from the third quarter of this year, according to the statement. – TradeArabia News Service