Symmetrically Thin Mobile Sony Ericsson T707 Black

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The clamshell stands as the company new signature fashion phone and has a unique outer shell that both hides an OLED for call and message notifications and lights up in different patterns depending on the caller. Basic gesture input also lets users finish a call or silence an alarm by waving a hand near the phone surface. Time sensitive themes on the inner 2.2 inch display also keep the design fresh.

The Sony Ericsson T707 Black Mobile feature wise, the T707 occupies the company new mid range and has a 3.2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth with stereo audio, FM radio and GPS with support for Google Maps. The phone also has HSPA based 3G access and will come in a North America version with support the 850MHz band needed for 3G on AT and T and Rogers.

It is a thickness not so small device dimensions 93 x 50 mm can be easily forgiven. At first glance Sony Ericsson T707 Black is simple. A thin black device with a mirrored front panel and pleasant to touch matte coated back of the chassis. The silver edging separates the two faces, and the interior decoration of new item is also done in dark colors. These phone bright and nice ladies will probably like it. The obvious deficiency of the phone is a poor quality of plastic front panel on the fifth day of testing it quite quickly began striping near the eye of the camera.

The main chip of this new model is its light design, which is thought very thoroughly in this case and makes a novelty even more unusual. First, in the center of the bright cut-off circle is a small display that shows you the current time, battery and other standard things. The display is not located symmetrically, as in most other cots, but also horizontally in relation to the body. This prevents the phone from being classical. Circular edging of the display begins to glow in case there is an incoming call. Mobile with full instructions and you can always contact us through our site at

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