Sony Ericsson Cedar revealed
16 June 2010 — 6:41 PM
Used mobile phones could soon be traded in for cash from Envirofone to make way for the Sony Ericsson Cedar.
The Cedar allows consumers to keep connected, but at "an affordable price", the phone maker said.
Easy access to social networking sites and email, along with fast browsing, ensures using the mobile phone is convenient.
"Sony Ericsson Cedar is the ideal product for consumers who are looking for the perfect balance between a business and social device," explained global marketing manager at Sony Ericsson Quentin Cordier.
A 3.5mm jack and a port allow the device to be easily connected to a laptop, while Widget Manager 2.0 enables easy access to social network applications.
The Cedar fits into the palm of the hand because of its "human curvature design".
Sony Ericsson has also announced the Yendo with Walkman, the first full touch Walkman phone with a number of colour combinations so handsets can be personalised.
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