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Sony Ericsson K610i

 Sony Ericsson K610i Discontinued
13th February 2006

The Sony Ericsson K610i is probably the lightest 3G phone to date, weighing just 92 grams - and yet it still packs in a substantial number of features.

The replacement for the K600 series, the confusingly named K610i is very similar to the 2G Sony Ericsson K750i, although it manages to be lighter than even the K750, which is in impressive feat.

The K610i comes with a 2 megapixel digital camera, 176x220 pixel display in 262,000 colours, a secondary camera for video calling, expandable memory using Sony Memory Stick Micro cards, a multimedia player (plus the same Disc2Phone software found in the Walkman series of handsets), web browser, email client and all the usual features you'd expect to find in this type of device.

Physically, the Sony Ericsson K610i measures 102x45x17mm, weighs 92 grams and has up to 7 hours talktime on GSM, 2.5 hours on 3G. On top of UMTS 2100, the K610i comes with GSM 900/1800/1900 support.

There are two colour combinations promised, Urban Silver and Evening Red. In terms of design, the K610i is a classic Sony Ericsson handset, featuring a straightforward and pretty minimal layout on the front and a nicely designed back (the Sony Ericsson "dual front" concept). And as we said, it's an impressive achievement to squeeze all of this into a 92 gram device, and it looks smart too.

The Sony Ericsson K610i should be available in Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific during Q2 2006. There is also a K610c variant for mainland China, but there is no version of the K610 currently slated for availability in the US.

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Sony Ericsson K610i at a glance


Q2 2006


UMTS 2100 + GSM 900/1900/1900




176x220 pixels, 262k colours


2.0 megapixels (main)
0.3 megapixels (sub)


Medium candy bar
102x45x17mm / 92 grams









Battery life:

2.5-7 hours talk / 14-16 days standby


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