Sony Ericsson boosts Java support
4 June 2009 — 10:11 AM
The latest phone technology from Sony Ericsson could mean more features become available to users of its devices.
It was announced this week that the manufacturer will extend the level of support it offers to the mobile Java platform to include 3G handsets across its flagship range.
The group hopes allowing developers to take advantage of the system will mean growth for the market and more games, applications and features for those who have enabled models.
Rikko Sakaguchi, corporate vice-president and head of creation and development at Sony Ericsson, said the "exceptional user-experience and consistent performance" of Java had been responsible for the move.
He added the firm was confident developers would be keen to create a host of services that would only make the platform stronger.
Sony Ericsson's C905 is just one of the manufacturer's 3G-enabled models.
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