Sony Ericsson announces K320i – the businessman's snapshot camera phone

Mobile phones

Sony Ericsson today announced the arrival of the K320i, which it describes as a "snapshot camera phone", with enough business-friendly features to make it useful for the working week.

As a business tool, the K320i includes PC synchronisation straight out of the box, support for push email, a full (HTML) web browser and storage for up to 1,000 contacts. And if you’ve got some time off, the K320i also offers a camera with 4x digital zoom (amazingly, only VGA), along with a media player for music and video playback on the 1.8-inch UBC (Ultra Bright Colour) screen. However, internal storage is just 15MB, with mo mention of being able to expand this.

It’s a Bluetooth handset and one of the first Sony Ericsson phones to feature Automatic Bluetooth pairing, which allows you to easily connect with a compatible Bluetooth accessory (like a headset) without the need to enter a pass code when first linking the two devices. 

The K320i is available in Misty Silver, Graphite Grey and Light Brown and will be available from October 2006. Pricing dependent on contract.

Sony Ericsson website

Dave Walker
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