Sony Ericsson T100
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Sony Ericsson T100

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  • Anonymous
  • 08 Oct 2002

yeah sure,
Sure it does.

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    • Kambingtua
    • 08 Oct 2002

    This phone looks like Air Conditioner Remote Control, doesn't it?

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      • Ola ta sfazw
      • 05 Oct 2002

      Is it true that sony-ericsson has only the 5,4% of the world market and if the things going to be worst ericsson will stop producing phones??That doesn't mean that sony will stop too.

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        • Morpheus
        • 04 Oct 2002

        Hey, how about some real info 'bout this cell? Does it have phone memory? Ringtone composer? Polyphonic?

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          • Anonymous
          • 02 Oct 2002

          Sony ericsson your losing it.
          Take a leaf out of NOKIA'S book get the coulour screens get the digital camera's, Camcorders. And make your phone's 3 Fu*king G.

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            • Kujamo
            • 02 Oct 2002

            The T100 is small in size and gives a glimpse of the new industrial design that is coming from Sony Ericsson. Preliminary consumer research findings have been very positive, with comments such as "right in fashion" and "looks more expensive than it is". The phone is presented in three contemporary colorings, Icy Blue, Gentle Gold and Fresh White. The T100's dimensions are 99 x 43.5 x 17.7 mm and weighs 75 grams. It has up to 4.5 hours of talk time and up to 200 hours (more than 8 days) of stand-by time.

            The handset has been developed mainly for the low-price segment and offers consumers EMS-messaging with pictures, sound and animations, and mobile Internet browsing with WAP. It features an extensive gallery with 30 pictures, 15 animations and 10 sounds, which can be sent and there are 10 SMS templates for often used messages.

            Developed for GSM 900/1800 networks, the T100, and T102 for Mainland China, will be available in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia/Pacific. The phone will be introduced in some Western Europe markets during Q1 2003, and during the same time period there will be a GSM 850/1900 version for the Americas.
            (Source: www.celelar-news.com)


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              • sonyericsson fan
              • 02 Oct 2002

              Well done Sony!!!
              Looks like you open a new vision of mobile world