Sony Ericsson announced today it's new clamshell, the Z250. Pocket-sized and 19mm thin, this camera phone is wrapped in an alluring metallic finish, featuring a VGA camera and storage for up to 200 of your pictures, clear desktop icons and one-click access to key features, a TFT 65K colour screen with 128 x 160 pixels and 10 MB internal memory.
“The Z250 clamshell builds on the story of the recently announced T250 stick or ‘candy bar’ phone,” says Howard Lewis, Head of the Entry Level Business Unit at Sony Ericsson. “We realise that some people need a phone that does just the basics well, yet don’t wish to compromise on style or stand-out good looks. And why should they? The new Z250 sets out to strike this balance.”
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If you want to transfer files, ringtones and more between your computer and the Z250, then the USB Cable DCU-70 is a handy solution. Or to make sure that you can always make a call, even when on holiday, opt for the Micro Travel Charger CMT-60 – just plug your phone directly into the socket to charge it up.
The Sony Ericsson Z250 is available in the following network versions and will be in the shops worldwide from Q3 2007:
Z250i and Z258c (GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900)
0.3 megapixel (VGA) camera
Size: 85 x 47 x 19.5 mm