Sony Ericsson Z610
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  • The Sony Ericsson Z610 is a truly amazing phone and it is so compleately different compared to all the other models out there
  • The best part is that the front part of the shell also has an integrated OLED dislpay which shows time/date cell reception and battery status, when the screen isn't in use (complete standby) the screen disappears and it looks as if the date (and other things) were tatooed on the phone itself
  • Unfortunately though it has only a 176x220 pixel display which in my opinion is quite standard, a bit too standard, offering only 262,000 colours, a Bluetooth connection which can make pc syncronization a quite easier task (but nonetheless it is somewhat expected with modern phones however it has no infrared which can be a bit of a bother, a memory stick support which can come in handy if you plan to hold a lot of images and such, video calling a newer addition which can come a lot in handy especially if you want to be able to see the person you are calling, the web browser and email client are kind of sub - par, very similar to the older models so nothing new there

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      The Sony Ericsson Z610 is a truly amazing phone and it is so compleately different compared to all the other models out there. It is I guess that the most amazing feature is it’s shell.

      The phone is not your standard clam shell style phone, first off, which is probably it’s most amazing feature is the fact that this nifty little phone has an incredibly shiny casing, really, I was truly amazed by the vivid color.

      The best part is that the front part of the shell also has an integrated OLED dislpay which shows time/date


      cell reception and battery status, when the screen isn’t in use (complete standby) the screen disappears and it looks as if the date (and other things) were tatooed on the phone itself.

      The phone is one of the newest models, it has an integreated 2 mega pixel camera which can take some truly fabulous pictures which you can savour for a long time.

      Unfortunately though it has only a 176×220 pixel display which in my opinion is quite standard, a bit too standard, offering only 262,000 colours, a Bluetooth connection which can make pc syncronization a quite ...


      • easier task (but nonetheless it is somewhat expected with modern phones however it has no infrared which can be a bit of a bother, a memory stick support which can come in handy if you plan to hold a lot of images and such, video calling a newer addition which can come a lot in handy especially if you want to be able to see the person you are calling, the web browser and email client are kind of sub - par, very similar to the older models so nothing new there.

        It’s both GPRS and UMTS

        (3G).

        Basically this is quite a standard phone, with the one difference of a pretty decent camera and the really shiny shell.

        I would reccomend this more to a female clientele as it is a more feminine kind of phone.

        The phone is very easy to use and the battery lasts for quite some time I personally really liked this phone and think that it can be considered a conversation starter if not for any other reason than that it is much weirder than any other phone on the market today (available at a more than affordable price)




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