Sony Ericsson has unveiled its new K700 camera phone that features what the company says is the latest in imaging, multimedia, and entertainment functions. The phone also features advanced messaging and connectivity technologies, such as playing video clips, capturing images and video with the built-in camera, and listening to the built-in FM radio.
With the integrated VGA camera, consumers are reportedly able to take still pictures as well as video clips and either store them in the phone's memory or send them as a picture message or an e-mail.
This triple-band GSM/GPRS phone has a 65k thin-film transistor (TFT) color display, and the built-in speaker supports polyphonic sound. It has 32 MB built-in memory for storage of content such as pictures, music, ringtones, themes, games, and video clips, and allows for storage of up to 450 images.
to Daily News