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The K800, shown here, and the K790 are the first Sony Ericsson camera phones to carry the Cyber-shot brand name, which Sony uses to market its digital cameras. Featuring 3.2-megapixel resolution and auto-focus, the K800 also functions as a music and video player and can handle push e-mail and streaming audio and video. The K800 is designed to operate on a UMTS wireless network and offer “Picture Blogging” capability, which allows users to create and update personal blogs directly from the phone via Google’s Blogger.com service. The K790 has the same features but is designed to operate on a tri-band EDGE network. Both phones are priced at about $355 and are scheduled for worldwide release in the second quarter of 2006.
The back of Sony Ericsson’s K800 Cyber-shot camera phone.
Sony Ericsson’s K790 offers the same features at the K800 but is designed to operate on the EDGE high-speed wireless network.
Sony Ericsson’s K510 phone includes a 1.3-megapixel camera and push e-mail capability. It is designed to operate on a triple-band GPRS wireless service, whose capacity is between that of 2G and 3G networks.
The K310 camera phone includes push e-mail, an MP3 media player and 3D games. Like the K510, it is designed to operate on GPRS wireless service.
The Z530 camera phone’s memory can be expanded to 1GB by adding a Memory Stick Micro. It offers push e-mail and an HTML Internet browser.
Priced from $118 to $236, the W300 will be Sony Ericsson’s cheapest Walkman phone yet. It is scheduled for release in the spring.
The Sony Ericsson W300 Walkman phone.
The HBH-PV705 is one of three new Bluetooth headsets that Sony Ericsson announced on Tuesday.
The HCB-100 Bluetooth Car Speakerphone offers up to 20 hours of talk time and 600 hours of standby time.