Sony Ericsson has released a new slider phone, the T715. It’s an ultra compact handset that’s got a credit card-sized footprint when closed.
Mid range in its feature set, the Sony Ericsson T715 comes packs a 3.2-megapixel camera and 3G connectivity, plus a 2.2-inch screen. It also allows for geo-tagging of photos, to give your photos that extra bit of value when you get to consigning them to the memory box. It’ll be using cell site data rather than GPS though.
Although not a desperately interesting phone, its understated style, which is not so far removed from the high-end W995, should gain the T715 a few fans. It’s available in two different colours, Galaxy Silver and Rouge Pink, supplying the phone with its ‘his and hers’ options.
The Sony Ericsson T715 will be available in the third quarter of 2009.