Wednesday, January 28, 2009

technology of sony ericsson G705

Sony Ericsson mobile phone has both features Wi-Fi and a built-in GPS receiver. Considering that nearly every mid-to-top range Nokia handset featured this combination last year, not to mention many Windows Mobile phones and the iPhone 3G, it's great to see SE keeping up with the Joneses, even if they aren't exactly innovating new technologies to jump ahead of the crowd.

Upside of the mobile--
Sony Ericsson intends to make the most of including Wi-Fi and GPS; the G705 has Wayfinder navigation software pre-installed,which enable you to navigate any where and features DLNA media streaming over wireless networks--similar to the streaming seen on the C905 Cyber-shot camera-phone.

its design is unsurprisingly similar to so many SE phones to have come before it. it is 14mm thick only thus not creating a great problem.and the slider form is there in the mobile as it used to be.SE screens are often clear and colorful.

SE phones whose moniker start with a G are web capable, with the G705 featuring HSDPA downloads, but besides this feature it's hard to see why the G705 is better than other phones with an internet connection for browsing the web.
Downside of the mobile--

Sony Ericsson pet-peeves are alive and well in the G705: M2 memory card expansion and no 3.5mm headphone socket.
The Xperia X1 was the most expensive handset of the year without jewels or the name of a sports car attached to it, and even the low-end K660i was more costly than its low-end feature sheet warranted.
Outlook of the mobile--
this mobile looks like a very good designed slider, but without any new technology or a smart phone OS to lure us to it.Big advantage of the Sony Ericsson for including DLNA media streaming as this is poised to become of this year's must-have phone features.

The G705 is currently available only in Singapore at S$658 (US$440.34) without a two-year contract.

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