Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Sony Ericsson T200 : the phone for the "minimalist"

On the Sony Ericsson Web site, the T200 is described as the phone for the "minimalist". Given the limited feature set
On the face of it, the Sony Ericsson T200 is similar in spec to the Ericsson T68i, but the Sony Ericsson T200 is much more of an entry-level phone, with a greyscale display instead of colour. The main reason why we have awarded it just one star is its appalling reliability - read the consumer reviews below for a taste of this!T200 is compatible with CommuniCam™ MCA-10 View, which lets you take photos and send them as e-mail attachments directly from the phone.
The T200 is also short on gee-whiz features that would appeal to today's younger mobile set. It doesn't offer polyphony, multimedia messaging service (MMS), Bluetooth.

General            2G Network     GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
Announced       2002, Oct
Status   Discontinued
Size      Dimensions       105 x 48 x 22 mm
Weight             85 g
Display             Type    Grayscale graphics, 4 shades
            - Blue backlight
Sound Alert types        Vibration; Downloadable monophonic ringtones
Speakerphone No
            - Ringtones can be assigned to phonebook entries
Memory           Phonebook        
Call records      10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
Card slot          No
Data     GPRS Class 8 (4+1 slots), 32 - 40 kbps
3G       No
WLAN            No
Bluetooth          No
Infrared port     No
Camera                        No
Features           Messaging        SMS, EMS
Browser           WAP 1.2.1
Radio   No
Clock   Yes
Alarm   Yes
Games 5
GPS     No
Java     No
            - T9
- Organizer
Battery                         Standard, Li-Ion 700 mAh (BST-24)
Stand-by          Up to 220 h
Talk time          Up to 13 h
Misc     SAR US           0.93 W/kg (head)   
SAR EU           0.63 W/kg (head)    

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