Everyday a new cell phone is launched in the market, which is already overcrowded with cell phones. Depending on your budget and need, you can choose a cell phone of your choice. Sony Ericsson has further expanded the mobile phone market with its latest product – Sony Ericsson T715.
Sony Ericsson T715 features
Sony Ericsson T715 doesn’t have anything, which we can call innovative. It has the similar style and sophistication we are used to seeing in the high-end phone market. Sony Ericsson T715 is a 3.5G phone. While 3G phones have become a ubiquitous feature in nearly every smartphone, the 3.5G phones are steadily arriving to make communication speedier than the 3G devices. It is theoretically possible to transmit data at a speed of 8 to 10Mbps with 3.5G phones.
Measuring 92 x 48 x 15mm, Sony Ericsson has dubbed T715 as a credit card sized phone. T715 will be available in two colors – rogue pink with mirror finish and galaxy silver with piano finish. It has a 2.2-inch display. The keypad of T715 is easy to use. Despite its credit card size, the large fonts reduce eyestrains. Sony Ericsson T715 will run on quad-band GSM network. In Europe and several other countries, it will support 2100 MHz UMTS. In North America, Sony Ericsson will launch another version of Sony Ericsson T715 – Sony Ericsson T715a, which will support tri-band UMTS. High speed HSPA data transfer will be possible with this device.
Sony Ericsson T715 boasts NetFront web browser. It also features a YouTube viewer. Photo and video blogging can also be done with T715. It has a FM radio, multimedia player and microSD memory card slot. If you want to save battery life, you can switch off 3G to run your phone on GSM. You can get 10 hours of talk time and 16 days of standby time with GSM. 3G, as we all know, consumes too much of power, giving 4 hours of talk time and 14 days of standby time.
Camera is the most important feature of any Sony Ericsson phone. T715 has a 3.2 megapixel camera with LED flash and geo-tagging feature. It can also be used for video calling.