Andreas from Pocket PC Thoughts found this article about the first Sony Ericsson 3G handset on a Swedish Webazine:
The Swedish mobile device magazine, Mobil, just published pictures of what is said to be Sony Ericsson's first 3G phone. The phone was shown to mobile network operators at GSM World in Cannes and at the CeBIT fair. It was not shown to the general public. Sony Ericsson's Peter Bodor confirms: "Yes, this is a 3G-phone that we have developed with a 3G operator in Japan. Here are some translated sentences from the article:
"The 3G phone has a digital camera that most likely can be rotated 360 degrees, the menus are in English but the hardware buttons show both Japanese and Latin letters.
According to the article this phone is primarily intended for the Japanese market. The MG-logo (MemoryGate) on the phone indicates that the phone has a MemoryStick slot.
Okay, if they built this phone for a Japanese 3G operator it must be NTT DoCoMoâ€™s FOMA but why the hell they are using Memory Stick instead of SD? (Okay, I know itâ€™s from Sony but anyhow â€“ personally I donâ€™t like Memory Sticks). But this phone is looking good.
What I saw until today from 3G design studies, I think we will see mostly flip phones in the future as most of todayâ€™s DoCoMo i-Mode and FOMA handsets are also flip phones. We should give the FOMA web site a regular look to see if there are new handsets are coming, like the Sony Ericsson one...
Cheers ~ Arne
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