Sony Ericsson Z610i - Mirroring Performance

By: Caitlin Lucy

You will fall in love with this set at first look. Sony Ericsson Z601i is a piece of design wonder and a compliment to its possessor. This stylish 3G phone flap phone has a sleek mirror finish on its exterior front cover, giving it a shimmering appeal and almost elevating its status to a precious stone. While a hidden magic mirror display remains underneath (which can be only seen when the phone is being used). Specially at the times of receiving calls, SMS or MMS, the images appear in such a way that it seems they are floating on the surface. Truly awes trucking, Sony Ericsson Z610i aptly combines performance with head-turning design.

Sony Ericsson Z610i is packed with an exuberance of technologically superior functionalities, and proves to be much more than a pretty face. The features include a quality 2.0 Mega pixels camera with 2.5 x digital zoom and a picture blog application. This enables the user to share photograph with their near and dear ones, through an online 'blogsite'. Its 3G capacity ensures high speed broadband connectivity and allows you an uninterrupted work flow. The 3G power is further accentuated with its Blue tooth, 2.0 inch screen, making video calling a real easy affair. Support for push button and RSS feeds deliver the latest news right onto your screen.

In the segment of music phones, Sony Ericsson Z610i is not behind. It has a powerful player with support for Mp3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, polyphonic ringtones, and music DJ. A high memory with Memory Stick Micro allows for generous storage of photos, video clips and song tracks. This is available in a memory sizes up to 1GB. The irresistible charm of Sony Ericsson Z610i can be felt in three ways - through models of Luster Black, Airy blue and Rose Pink. It is indeed a classy phone for design conscious customers.

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