Sony Ericsson has added a brand new slider mobile phone to its release schedule for 2009 in the form of the T715, which combines a sleek looks with business-focused functions.
According to Sony Ericsson, the new mobile telephone is the size of a credit card and is home to a slide-out, full Qwerty keypad for inputting large amounts of text.
Other stand out features include 90MB of memory on board, which is expandable by adding a microSD card, 3G support for an efficient web surfing experience and a 2.2-inch screen.
Quentin Cordier, marketing business manager at Sony Ericsson, said: “The T715 is a sophisticated slider mobile phone that fits a busy lifestyle and is perfect for those who are looking for a phone with practical and up-to-date features.”
Other new handsets due from Sony Ericsson this year include the successor to the Xperia X1, dubbed the Xperia X2, and the Greenheart eco phone.
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