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Sony Ericsson T715 smartphone

Sony Ericsson has unveiled the T715 smartphone, a 3G handset that offers email and web access as well as consumer features such as a media player and the ability to record video.

The Sony Ericsson T715 features Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync software to synchronise mobile and desktop mail boxes. The handset comes preloaded with Google Maps with directions viewable on its 2.2in (240x320-pixel) QVGA screen.

Photos taken on the handset can be automatically tagged with location information using a Cell-ID geotagging feature. The 3.2Mp camera has a 3.2x digital zoom, video capture capabilities and basic editing software. The handset supports MMS, has a media player, FM radio, 3D games and a large keypad, which Sony Ericsson says makes it easier when composing emails.

The T715 features a 90MB internal memory and support for a MicroSD memory card and also comes bundled with Google maps. The slider phone is 15mm thick, 48mm wide and 92mm tall. It weighs 97g.

Available in silver or pink finishes, the T715 will be available in Q3. Pricing and network details have yet to be released.

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