It has been announced that a new offering from the mobile phone giant Sony Ericsson could make its UK appearance in around April of this year.
A number of recent reports have predicted that a new offering from Sony Ericsson could be launched in the UK in April of this year, with many industry experts expecting details to be unveiled at the up and coming Mobile Work Congress. The new model is the Sony Ericsson Kurara, which is a follow up to the troubled Satio and is sometimes referred to as the Satio II.
This Satio follow up will offer a range of features to smart phone users, and naturally Sony Ericsson will be hoping that its new offering will not develop the same software problems as its original Satio, which was taken off the shelves by a number of mobile phone sellers as a result of the problems that users were experiencing.
The 12 megapixel camera on the original Satio was one of the features that many buyers were interested in, but the new handset will not be focussing on the camera as much, as the camera on the Kurara will be an 8 megapixel one, which whilst impressive will not be as powerful as the one on the original Satio.
However, the handset will focus on development in other areas, one of which is the HD 820p video recording capabilities that it offers. The Symbian S60 5th edition will be the operating system that is used on this handset, and whilst there has been no official confirmation the smart phone is expected to come with features such as GPS, HSDPA and HSUPA, V2.1 Bluetooth, and Wifi.
Source – Dialaphone