Obviously Sony Ericsson are in for a major announcement with a spanking new K-series Cyber-shot handset that is obviously loaded with goodies. The Chinese-based website pconline.com.cn has revealed details and live photos of the device.
Styled in a conservative form factor and a rather controversial color combo (read: we are not buying it), the new K-series handset sports a 3 megapixel auto focus camera and a dual-LED flash. But that's not all that this handset is about.
This new puppy will be among the first Sony Ericsson handsets to feature a built-in GPS receiver (remember Sony Ericsson W760, right?). The software part of the GPS navigation is ensured by the Location Services menu we also saw in the Sony Ericsson W890, which includes applications such as Google Maps, Favorite places, etc. This time however the menu has an even expanded functionality in order to make the most out of the integrated GPS receiver.
The new Sony Ericsson handset will be positioned somewhere above Sony Ericsson K770 and Sony Ericsson K850. If you ask us though it looks rather reminescent of some older Sony Ericsson T-series handsets, so maybe a T-series designation will be more like it.
We are yet to see the real announcement of the device somewhere in the near future - perhaps in the beginning of February just as last year.
And since it's obviously SE leaks time, here's a video ad that shows another unannounced Sony Ericsson phone - the Sony Ericsson Z660, thanks to justamp.blogspot.com