A Preview of the Sony Ericsson Aino

SE-AinoWith a total weight of 134 grams, you might think that the new Sony Ericsson Aino is quite a heavy phone. Although this may be true, this should also lead you to believe that its weight is only testament to the heaps of heavy features loaded in this excellent mobile phone. Don’t get too excited though as Sony Ericsson doesn’t intend to release this model until the fourth quarter of this year. Also prepare to shell out around £300 for this beauty. 
Below are some of its best features that give it the potential to be one of the neatest mobiles of 2009.
Say Cheese
At 8.1 Megapixels, the Aino boasts a powerful camera that will rival the best in the business. Moreover, VGA video capture can also be done at a fine rate of 30 fps. You can store your pictures and videos on the mobile’s 55MB internal memory, but you can add up to 16GB of external memory if you need more space.
You can control the camera using the Aino’s touch functionality. The touch camera interface is similar to other Sony Ericsson models released in the past such as the Sony Ericsson G900 or the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1.
Stay Connected
Connecting to the internet has been made easy on the Aino through the use of Wi-Fi connectivity with DLNA. Aside from having the customary Wayfinder Navigator GPS navigation software, Google Maps 3.0 is also pre-installed in the Aino to ensure that you are able to keep track of where you are in the world.
Browse Away

The Aino also sports an updated version of the ever-popular NetFront 3.5 mobile internet browser. This allows for a smoother surfing experience because of the quicker rendering of web pages. The NetFront’s mouse pointer also makes it easier to navigate through pages and fortunately, it is easy to access the most important features on the toolbar—enter an address, mini-map, downloads, and favourties.

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