Sunday, August 3, 2008

Sony Ericsson C702 New mobile phone with A-GPS

Sony Ericsson C702 is a cheapest GPS mobile phone. It has many other business functions and very attractive design. The Sony Ericsson C702 is a tad on the bulky side. It's thick and as a result looks quite cumbersome.
It has a 3.2Mp digital camera with LED flash. You can record unlimited video recordings with C702. it has enough 160 Mb internal memory and supports up to 2GB SD cards.
This handset came bundled with Google Maps, Wayfinder Navigator and Tracker - a useful application that uses the GPS to monitor how far and fast you are running (or walking). Wayfinder Navigator allows you to search for local amenities, plan routes and even view your progress on a 3D-style map. Its accuracy in pinpointing our location was excellent, although we did need to be outside or in a car for it to work.
Sony Ericsson has taken the disappointing step not to include a 3.5mm headphone port, or even an adapter. It means that you won't be able to use your own Sennheiser or Bose headphones, although the C702 does support A2DP Stereo Bluetooth. This omission is compensated somewhat by the joyous internet experience, however. HSDPA means fast downloads and quick web access, while web content can be viewed in either landscape or portrait - but this will have to be adjusted via the settings, as there are no accelerometers.

3.2Mp Cyber Shot camera

A-GPS Function

working with Google Maps

More Features of Sony Ericsson C702

3.2-megapixels camera
RSS, WAP and HTML internet browser
Built in A-GPS function and Google Maps

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