T-Mobile introduce Sony Ericsson M600i

Mobile phones

tmobile-m600i.jpgT-Mobile have announced that they’ve added the Sony Ericsson M600i to their business portfolio (yes that does sound a bit grand).

The M600i supports MS Direct Push email and Blackberry Connect. It comes with 80MB of memory and a ‘full’ QWERTY keyboard (of sorts, take a look at the picture). It also features an email setup wizard that allows for fast synching with Gmail, Yahoo, BT or AOL email accounts.

The unit is Web ‘n’ Walk enabled, giving users open access to the Net via T-Mobile’s 3G network.

There’s a voice service, MP3 player, and pre-loaded games, plus stereo Bluetooth for listening to music on an optional wireless headset. It comes with an expandable 64MB memory card.

The Sony Ericsson M600i is the latest addition to T-Mobile’s range of business devices which supports CoPilot Live, satellite navigation software that transforms the handset into an advanced communications-enabled and route planning system, offering accurate door-to-door guidance.

It’s available now, costing up to £230 depending upon the mobile plan chosen.


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Andy Merrett
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One thought on “T-Mobile introduce Sony Ericsson M600i

  • But the glaring omission of a camera, even a basic camera, makes this an unrealistic purchase for those of us with a foot in both the business and leisure camps. This attempt to polarise between the two (supposed) classes of user is a growing trend, and not a good one.

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