Confirming rumors and speculation of a new Sony Ericsson handset with a QWERTY keypad, the company has today announced the M600 UMTS compatible smartphone.
The second handset in Sony Ericsson’s line-up featuring Symbian OS 9.1 and UIQ 3.0, the Sony Ericsson M600 is a very thin and stylish business device. Along with a keypad similar to that seen on the Blackberry 7100 series, the handset features a QVGA touch sensitive screen and Bluetooth wireless technology, though paying homage to its business design, does not feature a camera.
On top of POP/IMAP/SMTP email support, the Sony Ericsson M600 supports a full range of push email solutions, including AlteXia, Ericsson Mobile Office, iAnywhere OneBridge, Intellisync, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, BlackBerry Connect, Seven, and Visto.
The Sony Ericsson M600 will be available in two different colors – Granite Black and Crystal White – and will be released with several different keyboard variants, including QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY, and Russian. Expect both the M600c (for mainland China) and the M600i (for everywhere else) to ship during Q2 this year.
Specifications for the Sony Ericsson M600