| A fashionable black version of the stylish phone will be sold for a limited period exclusively through T-Mobile in its European markets (Germany, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, and Poland).
The triple-band GSM/GPRS phone features a built-in camera, bright 65K TFT colour screen, t-zones soft key and a new sleek T-Mobile branded design. It is ideally suited for accessing and using T-Mobile’s t-zones multimedia services.
The T630 also features QuickShareâ„¢, an easy to use imaging concept that will be integral to all new camera phones from Sony Ericsson. T-Mobile customers can take pictures with only two clicks, as well as easily and intuitively share pictures between the phone, PC and other consumer devices â€“ either via MMS or e-mail, or locally over Bluetooth, Infrared or cable.
â€œWe believe the T630 will provide a very enjoyable t-zones experience for our customersâ€, says David Hytha, Executive Vice President, International Terminal Management at T-Mobile. â€œIt is a very attractive handset and includes plenty of fun-to-use features to take advantage of our data service offerings.â€
â€œWe are pleased to be able to offer this stylish phone together with T-Mobile as their mobile services add tremendous value for the users of our phonesâ€, says Luc Van Huystee, Vice President, T-Mobile Global Customer Unit of Sony Ericsson.
The popular racing game, V-Rally2, comes pre-loaded in the T630, providing a great gaming experience through the excellent graphics, 32-tone polyphonic sound, force feedback and joystick control. The T630 supports both Java and Mophun platforms which give access to a multitude of fun games which are available for download from the t-games section within T-Mobile’s t-zones as well as the Fun & Downloads-section of Sony Ericsson’s web site.
The T630 also satisfies consumers’ desire for mobile music. It features the innovative Music DJ function, a 4-track sequencer with which bass lines, drumbeats and chords can be mixed in just a few seconds into original ring signals.
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