A few days ago commented that Sony Ericsson He was preparing for the imminent release of the Sony Ericsson G705 and here we have it.
The Sony Ericsson G705 It is a terminal slider with a TFT screen, 2.4 inch, GSM quad-band and with connectivity HSDPA, Wi-Fi with support for DLNA and GPS with assisted access () accessaGPS) with access to Google Maps and Wayfinder Navigator (free for 3 months).
The Chamber of the Sony Ericsson G705 is 3.2MP of resolution No AF and LED flash that allows you to record videos at QVGA resolution and upload them directly to YouTube, in the same way as media browser will give us access to that service’s videos.
This terminal arises as an evolution of the W760i and focused on access to the Internet through it, adding the LED flash and Wi-Fi connectivity, keeping the features with the exception that the HSDPA/UMTS access in the W760i is triband, while the G705 only available from the band 2100 MHz.
The Sony Ericsson G705 is positioned as a full terminal, similar to the new standard of the N Series of Nokia, highlighting a few times of autonomy impeccable with 400 hours standby and 10 hours in talk with GSM/GPRS connectivity. If we move to UMTS/HSDPA connectivity, times down to 350 hours of standby and four hours in conversation, much more than what we are accustomed Nokia.
With only 98 GR. of weight, the Sony Ericsson G705 limited to a tight-fitting dimensions (95x47x14mm) and will be available in the fourth quarter of 2008 in black and gold.