New P Series Phone Sony Ericsson P1

By: prabakar

Sony Ericsson, the manufacturer that pioneered the development of smartphones, today unveils the P1 as the latest addition to its P-series range. Sony Ericsson have stopped at nothing to make the Sony Ericsson P1 as cool as it can be. With a brand new silver and black body, it definitely looks and feels sleek and gorgeous. On the front of the phone, you'll also find a really clever 'number-and-QWERTY-combination' keypad, that works beautifully as both a normal number keypad, and as a full QWERTY keyboard.

People talk at great length about convergence, the coming together of different things, cameras, mp3 players, and so on, into one handy device. People talk about phones replacing laptops, even replacing pc's one day. Add in to that the touch-screen (touch-screens are always cool to use), handwriting recognition, and the Sony Ericsson P1's jog dial, inherited from every P-series phone ever (which they all had because it's such a simple, effective way of manipulating the phone), and you get more options to input info than your own brain has.

Needless to say, Sony Ericsson has packed the phone with features, both for business and personal use. For business, do you have a need to carry your office round with you? The Sony Ericsson P1 has a complete mobile office suite, for viewing and editing word, excel and powerpoint files. With this phone, even the concept of downtime need not exist any more.

And for personal use, you have the 3 megapixel camera (your photos are going to look stunning, believe me), music and video player (and on a screen as good as the P1's, you could even watch a full movie) and super fast internet access, for surfing the web and killin' time. A smartphone, we think, should do two things above all else: it should be exactly the tool you need, when you need this phone, AND, it should put a big grin on your face while it works for you. Please purchase online www.phoneandbeyond.com

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