Research in Motion and Maxis Communications, a premier telecommunications company in Malaysia, today announced the availability of BlackBerry Connect for the Sony Ericsson P910i in Malaysia.
BlackBerry Connect allows you to use a device other than a BlackBerry to send and receive email and maintain calendar and contacts from a BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
The P910i offers suite of the features that many die-hard CrackBerry addicts just cannot get in a BlackBerry.
- Color display (262,000 colors; 208 x 320 pixels)
- WAP 1.2.1 (GPRS), built-in web browser
- High Speed Data (HSCSD – up to 28.8 kbps)
- E-mail (compatible with MS Outlook and Lotus Notes)
- Integrated VGA digital camera (640 x 480 resolution)
- Integrated camcorder
- Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) & Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) – send pictures, sound and video like text messages
- MP3 audio & video (MPEG4) player
- 24-voice polyphonic ringtones and MP3 ringtones
- Pen-based user interface & handwriting recognition
- Symbian operating system
- Picture phonebook
- 64 Mbytes memory plus external Memory Stick Duo™
- Downloadable polyphonic & mono ringtones
- Bluetooth™, infrared, USB & RS232 cable connectivity
- Stereo headphones
- “Flight mode” option for use on aircraft
- 3D games & downloadable Java™ applications
- Wallpaper & screensaver
- Calendar, contacts, voice memo, synchronisation with PC
- Size: 115 x 57 x 26 mm
- Weight: 155g
- Battery standby: 400 hours
- Battery talktime: 13 hours
- Tri band
My only problem with this device is that they don’t yet offer it in the US.
> My only problem … don’t offer it in the U.S.
Yes they do.
I went to Sony Ericsson’s website two months ago and bought a P910.
You have a P910 and are using it here in the US with BlackBerry Connect? Who is your carrier? I just may have to go out and get one of these. I thought that the Nokia 9300 was going to be the first PDA phone released in the US with BB Connect.