Sony Ericsson this week made a Flash movie available on its web site which apparently showed the P810 wireless handheld. However, as word of its existence spread around enthusiast web sites, Sony Ericsson swiftly removed the movie from its web site – although not swiftly enough to prevent screen captures from being made.
Sony Ericsson P810 – successor to the P800
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