Sony Ericsson Z610i - a Sleek and Stylish Third Generation Clamshell

By: Keith Rickwood

Sony Ericsson z610i is a sleek and stylish clamshell that comes with the power of 3G. Third generation technology makes it quite easy for phone users to access information and entertainment - on the move - while staying connected with the people who matter.

The innovative design of the Sony Ericsson z610i, more often than not, makes one curious enough to get to know more about its features and functionality in a comprehensive manner. An external display, which becomes apparent when the handset is lit up, adds to the overall appeal. And it is not long before one finds out that the Sony Ericsson z610i could be a perfect companion - in work as well as for pursuing leisure activities. One can check emails on the move; browse for information on the internet at broadband speeds; listen to music; or capture images and video clips - all at the click of a few buttons.

The Sony Ericsson z610i comes with a 2.0 megapixel camera with 2.5x digital zoom; music player; capabilities for video streaming and video viewing; and email, MMS and text messaging - among others - that make for an interesting mobile experience. The imaging options can be used to obtain clear and crisp images of special moments from life - instances that would have otherwise gone unnoticed. As an user of this mobile phone model, one can upload the digital photographs to the internet and share the experiences with friends, colleagues and family members.

With the Sony Ericsson z610i, one can synchronize and share content with compatible personal computers. One can connect wirelessly with devices up to 10 metres. One can even use the handset to get the latest updates on news as well as view content from certain selected web sites through RSS feeds. Sony Ericsson z610i - a unique handset having diverse uses.

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