Attractive Sony Ericsson Cedar may be option for sellers of mobile phones
22 October 2010 — 4:00 PM
People who have decided to sell their mobile phone in order to upgrade to a smarter device may be interested in the Sony Ericsson Cedar.
Reviewing the handset for CNET UK, Damien McFerran says it is yet another "likeable" mobile in the brand's portfolio, with functionality and attractiveness two of the key attributes.
The phone is part of the GreenHeart range, meaning it has been developed by Sony Ericsson with the environment in mind.
Its connectivity to the 3G network as well as the provision of Bluetooth are other impressive specifications, as is the inclusion of home screen widgets that save time and effort.
"As a continuation of the GreenHeart brand, it's hard to see the Cedar as anything but a success. It boasts a better design, improved functionality and a generally pleasing interface," the author explains.
Joe Minihane, reviewing the new Sony Ericsson S006 for T3, recently said the model shows mobile users the future as it includes a 16-megapixel camera.
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