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Thursday, 11 September 2008 12:56

Sony Ericsson announces G705

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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New slide-phone with Google and YouTube support

 

Yesterday, Sony Ericsson announced its new stylish slide-phone named G705.

This phone comes with a quite large auto-rotating 2.4-inch TFT screen and an integrated 3.2mp camera with flash. The G705 also comes with aGPS combined with Google maps, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, FM radio receiver and a media player capable of playing a range of video and audio formats.

The phone is YouTube compatible, so uploading and downloading from YouTube is hassle free. Furthermore, it even has a special Google button that will automatically take you to google.com.

It works on tri-band GSM/EDGE networks at 850/1900/2100 MHz frequencies, but it also supports UMTS/HSUPA 850/1900/2100 networks.

The phone will hit U.S. market in early Q4 this year. More here.

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