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MOBILE DEVICES: SonyEricsson launches six new handsets, including T68i MMS
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 05.03.02 - 15:20:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 4770x
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SonyEricsson said it has launched the world's first multi media (MMS) handset, the T68i, as one of six new phones in its bid to take on the mobile handset market. The company said the T68i handset can be attached to a digital camera accessory, the Communicam MCA-20, which will enable the user to take photographs and then send them as an MMS message to another phone, email them to a PC, or store them. Shipment of both the T68i, and the MCA-20 will begin immediately in both Europe and Asia, the company said.
The company also announced the launch of the P800, a multimedia smartphone with built in camera, running on triple band GSM and GPRS networks, as well as the Z700, which it described as a "gaming phone".
Both the P800 and the Z700 will be launched in the third quarter. The T68i, P800, and Z700 will all have built in Bluetooth capability.

In addition SonyEricsson said it is launching the GC75, a triple band GSM data modem for portable laptops providing full internet access in all five continents at speeds of 57.6 kbps. The product will be on the market at the end of the second quarter. For the American market the company is launching the T61g, the T62u, and the T206. The company said the T61g will be launched in the second quarter, and will operate on both the 850 and 1900 MHz GSM frequencies.
The T62u will incorporate both TDMA 800/1900 and GSM 850/1900 frequencies and GPRS, in addition to analogue, which it said will allow seamless roaming across multiple wireless technologies.

The T206 is a CDMA phone featuring Global Positioning System, as well as screensavers, games and enhanced messaging services.
SonyEricsson also announced the launch of two handsfree headphone sets, the HBH-30 to be launched in the second quarter, and the HCB-30, for use in cars, to be launched in the third quarter.

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Comments
Posted by Anonymous on 05.03.02 - 00:00:00

Any words about the "i" update for the Ericsson T68? /Nick

Posted by Anonymous on 05.03.02 - 00:00:00

You can watch some videos from the press conferences in London and Stockholm here:
http://www.streaming.telia.com/startmed … 05_0002.rm
http://www.svt.se/nyheter/dagens/sony18.ram

Posted by Owizard on 06.03.02 - 00:00:00

Hi,

The new SE phones look amazing. I am already dreaming about the possibilities associated with a P800 connected to an XScale PDA.

I posted the following info some weeks ago. I don't know whether anyone has seen it. I am posting it again for your information.

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Have you tried this ultimate combination of devices, i.e, the T68 paired with the iPaq 3870 and a Bluetooth headset?

This combination is supposed to allow you to lookup the contacts on your iPaq, dial the number through Bluetooth, and use the Bluetooth headset to talk without ever touching your T68 mobile phone.

Earlier, it was impossible to do it as T68 can communicate with only one device at a time. However, this connectivity problem can now be solved by using the Mphone 2.0 from Mobem or SimpleCall from VisualIT.

http://www.ppcshowcase.com/mphonebt.htm

I hope Arne would post a review of these tools soon. You can use the iPaq 3870 or any other Pocket PC device (HP 568 etc.) with a Bluetooth card for this combination. Cheers. 

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