Entertainment at its best! Sony Ericsson Aino gives you features beyond your imagination. Aino is no comparison for its allied Sony Ericsson handsets such as Yari, Idou or for that matter W715 Walkman phone. The only thing that Aino lacks is its exterior, really doesn’t trigger you.
The heavily (multimedia) armoured Sony Ericsson Aino brings an unending entertainment right at your tips. Aino’s major ‘weapon of mass destruction’ is its PS3 inpired touch user interface. Apart from this, the slider Aino is armed with an excellent 8.0 mega-pixel camera and a 3 inch wide touch-screen.
Speaking of PS3, Aino allows you to access your Play Station 3 content anywhere and anytime via Remote Play feature that is also compatible with PS3. In other words you can connect Aino with your PS3 with local network at your home or through internet anywhere in the world.
You can also watch live TV broadcast with a wide variety of channels to choose. Not only this, Aino on the go also provides you with the option to record, pause and the tag live broadcast of your choice.
In a nut shell, Sony Ericsson Aino is one hell of a mix between ultimate entertainment and high-tech cell phone features. The white and black colors of Aino though are not so appealing but we may expect a change in them. Aino will be in Q4 of 2009. Below are some technical specifications.
- 3rd Generation (3G) GSM 850-900-1800-1900
- Thin-Film Transitor (TFT) display
- 240 x 432 pixels, 3.0 inches
- 134 g
- (104 x 50 x 15.5) mm
- Internal memory: 55 MB
- Expansion slot: microSD (SanDisk) 8GB max.
Data Transfer and Communication
- Bluetooth: v2.1
- USB v2.0
- MP3, Polyphonic
- 8.1 MP, 16x Zoom
- Auto focusing, Auto face detection
- Video recording
- Standard battery
- Stand by time up to: 380 h
- Talk time up to: 13 h
- Standard/Multimedia Messaging Service (SMS/MMS), Email, IM
- WAP 2.0, xHTML
- Java support
- Stereo Speaker support
- Google maps support (in standby)
- FM Radio with RDS
- Music player: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA
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