Sony Ericsson Unveils P900, Nokia 6600 Goes on Sale
By Carlo Longino, Mon Oct 20 22:45:00 GMT 2003
SE today made official the long-rumored and -awaited P900, and also announced the successor to its popular T610 model, and the Nokia 6600 has gone on sale in Spain.
The P900 is a gorgeous device (much better looking than the P800 in my opinion) that adds several features to its predecessor, not the least of which is the addition of T9 predictive text entry. Here's a full review from My-Symbian.com.
The T630, the successor to the 610, adds the screen from the Z600 as well as some other features, including a Wireless Village IM implementation and both the Java and Mophun platforms.
The P900 should ship this quarter in EMEA and Asia-Pacific, and next quarter in the US and China. The T630's Chinese edition will come out in that country this quarter, followed by Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas in Q1 2004.
Another Symbian V7.0 device (though this one favors the Nokia Series 60 user interface, as opposed to the pen-based UIQ interface of the P900), the Nokia 6600, has gone on sale in Spain for a whopping EUR 675 for use on the Telefonica Movistar network.