Sony Ericsson T300

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The Sony Ericsson T300 was one of the first cellphones with color screen.[citation needed] It was released in October 2002. A model for Cingular was released, named T306.

It was a 2G Network and triple band GSM 900/1800/1900.[1]

Features[edit]

The T300 features IrDA, GPRS, and an optional CommuniCam which is capable of taking still photographs at VGA (640x480) resolution. The T300 is capable of sending and receiving Email, and has a WAP/HTML Web browser. MIDI, IMelody and AMR files can be used as ringtones.

Display[edit]

Display
Type Size
STN, 256 colors 101 x 80 pixels, 6 lines - Wallpapers

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sony Ericsson unveiled the multimedia T300". 18 June 2002. Retrieved 2013-06-11.