Sony Ericsson today launched the T303, a small new slider mobile phone that offers a some style in a pocket-sized package. The T303 comes in a metal housing to give it a sold feel with a chrome finish and a sexy mirrored display.
The new handset isn’t breaking out into any bleeding edge technologies by any means, but looks to be a solid handset with some basic features and basic smooth looks. The small size is definitely something to take note of as well. The phone’s length measures just 3.3 inches when closed and weighs 3.3 ounces. It also has 65k color TFT and 8MB of internal memory for media, but does not appear to have any type of slot for external memory.
The simple slider also comes packed with Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel camera and can tune in the local FM radio. Sony Ericsson is promising 9 hours of talk time and 400 hours of standby on a full charge. No pricing was provided at this time, and you can expect to see this hitting carriers in selected markets around mid-2008.Mobile Phones, Sony Ericsson, T303