Sony Ericsson Equinox heading our way
Sony Ericsson might not be the largest cellphone manufacturer in the world, but this Japanese-Swedish outfit does come up with pretty stylish handsets not only in the past but has maintained a consistent standard to date, offering entry level phones alongside camera-centric ones from the Cybershot line and wonderful audio devices from the Walkman line. This time round, T-Mobile USA will be the beneficiary of the Sony Ericsson Equinox this coming fall where it will allow you to express your individualism through unique pulsating night effects that ensures users will not miss a call or text message.
The Equinox handset is an interactive 3G phone that will come with equipped with enhanced design features alongside built-in GPS, where its eye-catching night effects allow you to assign your five favorite numbers to their own, unique pulsating light effect whenever there is an incoming call or text message. Sounds cool? This is unfortunately an old idea, as Motorola did that many, many years ago at the turn of this century with their V Series phone. Still, at least you can keep yourself mesmerized with Amber, Sapphire, Beryl, Diamond and Amethyst colors, where an array of changing wallpaper themes make sure you’re always color coordinated.
Features of the Sony Ericsson Equinox include the following :-
- Size: 93 x 50 x 14.1 mm (approx.)
- Weight: 95 grams (approx.)
- 2.2″QVGA 262K TFT display at 240 x 320 pixels
- GSM/ EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
- HSDPA 2100/1700
- 3.2-megapixel camera with video recording capability
- Integrated FM radio
- Stereo Bluetooth connectivity
So, will you be making a switch to another Sony Ericsson phone, or are you still happy with what you have at the moment? It would make for a good handset to have if you happen to be a nightbird and hang out at all the local watering holes, where each single call and text message will literally make you the light and life of the party. It does make us wonder, why not make an external display which is capable of display many more colors instead of just five, after all, most people have more than just five contacts, eh?