The K300 is an entry-level camera phone with 4x digital zoom. Its QuickShare function will allow users to quickly send video, pictures and text messages. This phone has a 65k color screen and 12MB on-board memory, enabling you to store roughly 500 VGA images or 120 ten second video clips.
With its integrated speaker phone, PC synchronisation and personal information management this phone should also be well suited for business applications. The K300 will be launched this quarter.
The Sony Ericsson K750 is going to feature a 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, autofocus, red eye reduction and intuitive user interface. An additional accessoire is the PhoneFlash MXE-60 which will help you to take pictures in dark. It will start selling in Q2 2005.
The K750 features 32MB internal memory and has a memory slot which accepts Memory Stick Duo up to 2GB. A 64MB Memory Stick Duo is supplied with the phone.
The business tools designed into the K750 make it the ideal working companion and will appeal to companies looking to provide their workforce with a fully featured mobile phones that deliver fast rates of data and image transfer.
The J300 is a slim curvy phone which provides 3D gaming and downloads of video clips, games and ringtones at an entry-level price. This cell phone is planned for Q2 2005.
“If you are looking for a fresh new phone at a thrifty price, you don’t need to be restricted only to basic games,” says Jan Wäreby, Corporate Executive, Vice President and Head of Sales and Marketing of Sony Ericsson. “The J300 offers a fantastic gaming experience in both 2D and 3D, including the famous Rayman® 3, and it handles fast moving action, rich graphics and glorious colours, but it’s also a great phone for voice and text communications.”