Sony Ericsson Unveils the S700; - an Innovatively Designed Megapixel Camera Phone with a New Communication Style

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Sony Ericsson Unveils the S700; - an Innovatively Designed Megapixel Camera Phone with a New Communication Style


LONDON In 35 events across the world, Sony Ericsson unveiled recently the S700 camera phone with QuickShare and innovative swivel-opening design. It offers a stylish and unique three way communication style; photo shoot, browse and talk, or text and e-mail. The S700 also takes mobile imaging to the next level, featuring an integrated 1.3 megapixel CCD digital camera for taking high quality photos and a 2.3 inch 262K TFT colour screen to display digital quality images. Compatibility with Memory Stick Duo extends the memory capacity of the S700 to fully support this new style of mobile imaging.

The innovative 180* swivel design enables users to enjoy three completely new styles of communication, each perfectly adapted to offer the ultimate in simplicity and user-friendly functionality. With the phone closed, it is possible to view messages, browse menus, and make calls via 5-way navigation easily manipulated by thumb or single finger, or to use the soft keys under the LCD screen for intuitive interaction. Then, turn the phone over to enjoy a new mobile imaging style based on the tried and tested digital camera form factor which enables photos to be taken with a steady, two-handed grip just like

s700an ordinary camera. Finally open in a swivel motion to access the phones key pad for easy texting or e-mails. This innovative three way design allows users to enjoy the best usability for every phone application.

The S700 is the result of working in close cooperation with Sony Corporations camera experts. Its 1.3 megapixel CCD camera delivers enhanced picture quality (1280 x 960 image size). When opening the camera lens shutter, the camera-mode is automatically activated and the screen changes to viewfinder function with a familiar horizontal digital still camera graphic interface. …

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