Sony Ericsson G900 preview: Touch and go
As promised, we are now ready with our exclusive preview of the highly intriguing Sony Ericsson G900, which we had the chance to try out in our office shortly after its announcement at the Mobile World Congress 2008.
Sony Ericsson announced a handful of promissing devices at the Congress this year and after the Sony Ericsson G700 preview yesterday, we're now having a closer look at its bigger brother - the Sony Ericsson G900 UIQ smartphone.
The Sony Ericsson G900 is physically identical to the G700 with a 2.4" 262K-color TFT display of QVGA resolution. However the G900 has more to offer than its sibling - bringing Wi-Fi support and a 5 megapixel auto focus camera it looks set to cause high-tech high-end excitement.
As with the G700, UMTS support with video calls is also on board, along with stereo Bluetooth and an M2 memory card slot. Sony Ericsson also made a big deal of their Notes applications that allows you to organize your life with electronic yellow Sticky Notes (they come in other colors, too).
Sexy is the last thing to call Sony Ericsson G900, but we couldn't resist trying some creative photography on it. It does pull off an occasional beauty shot.
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