Sony Ericsson Satio
Idou was the code name with which Sony Ericsson named its terminal equipped with a 12-megapixel camera. But its official presentation, which was made today, has revealed the final name, which is Sony Ericsson Satio.
Thus, it departs from the conventional figures and numbers with which it has been calling the vast majority of its telephones and inaugurates a new line together with the other two models that have also been presented today. But, obviously, the 12 megapixel figure is the one that attracts the most attention and this will be the phone that will be talked about the most.
The Sony Ericsson Satio will be a terminal capable of perfectly competing with rivals of the same height as the Nokia 5800 or the Samsung i8910, all of them equipped with a touch screen and the Symbian operating system. In this, the screen is 3.5 inches, in 16: 9 format, and with a resolution of 640 × 360 pixels.
This touch screen will allow us to control all the functions of the phone thanks to the interface that Sony Ericsson has implemented in it, including a music and video player and web albums in which we can upload the images we take with its camera.
And is that the photographic functions are one of the most important parts of the Sony Ericsson Satio. Although the camera is 12.1 megapixels, this is probably the least important of the values when evaluating its performance as a camera.
The one that includes a xenon flash, autofocus, face detection, image stabilizer, red-eye removal, smile detection or focus by pressing on the screen are features that most users will appreciate much more than a size that has already stopped. make sense.
For music, the Sony Ericsson Satio includes the player that we have already discussed, in addition to integration with PlayNow, so that we can acquire songs in the online store, something that allows us to do it both from our mobile phones and from our computers. Added to that is having Bluetooth with A2DP support to listen to music without the need for cables.
Connectivity is offered by its compatibility with HSDPA and with Wi-Fi, which can be exploited excellently with the integrated browser, which is based on WebKit, like that of all Nokia models with S60. The applications for accessing Facebook and YouTube will also take advantage of this connectivity.
A television outlet and receiver GPS are the two features that we had to highlight the Sony Ericsson Satio, which will arrive later this year, with a price yet to be determined, but with an 8 GB memory card.
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