Friday, 3 December 2010

Sony Ericsson Faith Smartphone Spied Eco-Friendly Sony Ericsson Faith to Run WinMo 6.5

Spying mobile phones in the wild is always cool when you get to know a
thing or two regarding what's under the hood. A good example is this n
ew Sony Ericsson Faith smartphone that has leaked ahead of its official
debut. Resembling a bit with Nokia's E61/E71, the new Sony Ericsson
Faith is a QWERTY handset that supposedly falls in the company's
eco-friendly GreenHeart range as it's made from recycled plastic and
without the use of any harmful chemicals.
Despite the fact that we were expecting all new mobiles from Sony
Ericsson to run Android, Faith , proudly runs Windows Mobile 6.5.3. It
also features a 2.4-inch QVGA touchscreen display (320 x 230 pixels),
supports quad band networks including GSM and UMTS/HSDPA, brings WiFi
and Bluetooth connectivity. On top of that there's also a 3.2 megapixel
camera, 256MB of flash storage space, a microSD card slot to expand that
and a microUSB port.
For now there's no word when this sleek new Sony Ericsson Faith will
make it to the market or how much it will cost, but we're certain it
will appeal to the green minded.

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