'Take pictures easily' with new Sony Ericsson S312
7 April 2009 — 10:07 AM
One of the latest phones on the market enables owners to take great pictures quickly and easily, according to the manufacturer.
Sony Ericsson unveiled the S312 today and highlighted the handset's two-megapixel camera, imaging shortcuts and integrated Photo Fix tool.
The dedicated video camera key makes capturing moments on film a couple of clicks away, it added.
In addition, shortcuts make changing settings and enhancing quality even simpler.
Quentin Cordier is Sony Ericsson's marketing business manager and commented on the S312's other features, such as the alarm clock, calendar and 1,000-contact phone book.
"The S312 also allows you to get organised and keep track of your hectic lifestyle," he explained. "Store all your important dates, add reminders - then sit back and relax."
Other gadgets inbuilt include a media player, Bluetooth and picture messaging capabilities.
This week, Sony Ericsson also advised consumers about the W205 Walkman phone, which it said should be available from the second quarter of this year.
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