The incredible Sony Ericsson Z1010 UMTS(3G)/GSM-GPRS mobile phone, with twin cameras, 68k colors 176 x 220 pixels TFT display (plus external display), Multimedia (streaming and download), MP3/MPEG4 media player, VGA and Video Call (where UMTS/3G is available) camera, Memory Stick Duo, MMS, Java 2 Micro Edition, long range (100 meters) Bluetooth together with USB and infrared to both PC and Mac, WAP 2.0 supporting XHTML; for more details, check out the Z1010 white paper.
Preview: Sony Ericsson Z1010
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