Throwback Review 3 – T610, Car-100, Phone Flash MPF-10

by XB on 1st March 2014

in Featured Content, Reviews, Videos

Sony Ericsson T610In 2003, “Finding Nemo” was shown in cinemas across the globe, Arnold Schwarzenegger became the Governor of California, New York City was without power for 29 hours – and Sony Ericsson brought the T610 to the market. Its industrial design, the ease of use and sheer number of features (including an integrated camera – one of the first in the world) made the Sony Ericsson T610 a huge success for the still young Joint Venture.

There were 3 colour variations available: Aluminum Haze, Abyss Blue and Volcanic Red – this must also have been the time when Sony Ericsson started to let marketing people define names for colours :) . The surface of the phone was half plastic (with a piano finish) and half aluminium which gave the phone great haptics.

Sony Ericsson T610

Here are the key features of the Sony Ericsson T610:

  • Dimensions: 102 x 44 x 19 mm (4.02 x 1.73 x 0.75 in)
  • Weight: 95 g (3.35 oz)
  • Display: STN, 128×160 pixels, 16-bit color (65536 colors)
  • Digital camera, image size: 288 x 352 pixels (=CIF) or 120 x 160 pixels (=QQVGA), 24-bit colour depth (16 million colours)

Now onto the Throwback Review video. Besides the Sony Ericsson T610, we also take a look at the Bluetooth Car-100, and the mobile flash light MPF-10. We hope you enjoy the ride!

Episode 4 of the Throwback Review series will cover the Sony Ericsson Z1010. Stay tuned!

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