â€œWith the launch of high-end phones in Cyber-shot series, Walkman series and emotive series, we are aiming to register a strong presence in all these categories and doubling sales target on year on year basis,â€ expressed Sudhin Mathur, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications India General Manager.
The P1i comes with 3 way-input via touchscreen keyboard, Business Card Scanner, a GPS application, BlackBerry support, handwriting recognition and standard QWERTY keyboard. The three Walkman series provides enhanced features such as Shake Control, SensMe, and high capacity music storage. The advanced specs of Cybershot phones are BestPic, PictBridge, and PhotoFix, allowing users click high quality images.
The typical Cybershot user interface (UI) features dedicated camera keys, auto focus, and a Xenon Flash. Lastly, the latest Emotive series of mobile phone delivers 3D games.
Mathur adds, â€œCustomers want technologically advanced products that connect to their personality and requirements. At Sony Ericsson, we are committed to developing these distinctive products for our customers as mobile entertainment becomes more pervasive in India.â€
Sony Ericsson offers all the high-end mobile devices from leading mobile outlets and company stores nationwide. The cost of the P1i, the W580i, the K810i and the S500i is Rs 25,000, Rs 14,000, Rs 17,000, Rs 14,000 respectively. T650i and W960i will be available in the fourth quarter in India.
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