Monday February 6, 2006 11:05 pm
Sony Ericsson M600 Smartphone
Sony has released the P990’s sibling from it’s cage today as well…the M600. It uses that other smartphone OS - Symbian 9.1, has dual mode UMTS, tri-band GPRS (900/1800/1900MHz), dual-use keypad (read as pain-in-the-neck-to-use), and push e-mail technology. A nicely sized 2.6” QVGA screen, Bluetooth, Infrared, and USB 2.0 (Full speed 12Mbps instead of High Speed 480Mbps) add additional appeal. The QVGA screen is also a touch screen (with handwriting recogntion) and is a welcome feature that is missing from many Microsoft Smartphone 5.0 based phones. Lest I forget, audio playback is also a specialty of the M600 with MP3, AAC, AAC+, E-AAC+, and m4a capability and can deliver the stereo sound via Bluetooth if so desired. If the P990 is a little much, then the M600 just might fit the bill and will be available in Q2 2006 as the M600c (Mainland China) and the M600i (pretty much everywhere else).
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