Jalou is "the ultimate in chic communication"
13 August 2009 — 2:00 PM
One of the newest phones from Sony Ericsson could tempt those selling old mobiles to buy a style-conscious handset.
The manufacturer announced the launch of the Jalou this week and said that not only was it equipped with the latest features, but it also offered "the ultimate in chic communication"
Some of the facilities the device provides include a 3.2-megapixel camera with video recording, a stereo FM radio, media player with Bluetooth connectivity and a step counter.
A Mirror Key has been included to allow you to "check your hair before a hot date" and web options include access to Google's range of products, a YouTube application and support for a host of connectivity platforms.
The gadget is available in three different colours - Deep Amethyst, Aquamarine Blue and Onyx Black - and at 73 mm long is "shorter than your favourite lipstick".
Also this week, Sony Ericsson announced that a co-designed Dolce & Gabbana version of the Jalou would be available later this year.
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