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Sony Ericsson M600 Review

1 March 2006

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Tech Digest reviews the upcoming Sony Ericsson M600 and writes – ‘Overall this is a quality handset from Sony Ericsson. The QVGA 2.6-inch 262k color touch screen display is pretty impressive too. I am still not convinced by the keyboard, but for corporates looking for a light smartphone that’s stylish has a decent screen and yet includes push email the M600 is a very good bet.’

Mobile Mag reviews the Sony Ericsson M600 and writes – ‘There’s 80MB of internal memory to be found, as well as an expansion slot that takes the company’s Memory Stick Micro cards. It goes without saying that this handy phone is Bluetooth ready, so quick data transfers and handsfree chatting are far from being an issue. And it seems like this smartphone will be made available in either black or white.’

Mobile Whack reviews the Sony Ericsson M600 and writes – ‘New push email applications, remote synchronization and expandable memory give owners a UMTS phone and email connectivity at just 15 mm thickness! Other standard features also include Media Player (MP3, AAC, and ACC+, E-AAC + m4a), StreamingAudio/VideoPowerPoint, Word and Excel editors, and Adobe PDF viewer IrDA, USB support, QVGA 2.6-inch 262k color touch screen display with handwriting recognition.’

Mobile Burn reviews the Sony Ericsson M600 and writes – ‘The second handset in Sony Ericsson’s line-up featuring Symbian OS 9.1 and UIQ 3.0, the Sony Ericsson M600 is a very thin and stylish business device. Along with a keypad similar to that seen on the Blackberry 7100 series, the handset features a QVGA touch sensitive screen and Bluetooth wireless technology, though paying homage to its business design, does not feature a camera.’

If the possibility of a Blackberry 7100 series killer exists, I think this is it. Sony Ericsson just has a way with design that few others have. I’m still not convinced about the funky keyboard.. but time will tell if this style works out or not. What do you guys think about it vs a full QWERTY or even a regular keypad?

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