Smartphones are becoming the norm for businesspeople worldwide. So, what’s new?
Sony Ericsson Z750
This tri-band clamshell is the first phone in the U.S. to feature the new Mobile Services Architecture Java platform 8. The phones, now available in select markets, will keep the user upto-speed with updates from a number of sources, including the Web, true push e-mail and live tickertape RSS feeds that scroll across the phone’s desktop. The phone comes in Phantom Grey and Rose Pink. $399,
If your job demands a lot of texting, take a look at this full-featured Windows Mobile Pocket PC. The phone provides access to personal or corporate e-mail, Internet and business applications, at broadband speeds. The phones also feature a
2.0 mega-pixel camera with built-in flash and video capability. “Push to Talk” software will be available during the last half of 2007. $600
This phone features a great five mega-pixel camera and VGA video with 150MB of memory, USB, infrared, Bluetooth, HSDPA, WLAN, GSM and integrated GPS. Listen to your music via its stereo speakers and 3.5mm audio jack, and plan your routes in 2D or 3D using the new map application with access to more than 100 countries. $749