Environmentally-friendly phones Sony Ericsson Elm and Hazel and Bluetooth-headset VH700

Monday, December 14, 2009

Company Sony Ericsson has expanded its line of environmentally friendly models GreenHeart phones Elm and Hazel, as well as Bluetooth-headset with Noise Shield Handsfree VH700. Apparently, these are the same machines, which were known as Susan and Sunny. Sony Ericsson Elm - a piece with a digital keyboard, and Hazel made in the slider form factor.

All three new products meet the environmentally friendly concept of GreenHeart: when you create them used recycled plastic, their design does not contain harmful chemicals, the devices are enclosed in a compact package and are equipped with electronic manual, and energy-efficient charger.

Bluetooth-headset Sony Ericsson VH700 supports protocol version Bluetooth 2.1 and can work in talk mode up to 5 hours on one battery charge, while in standby mode - up to 250 hours. It goes on sale in the second quarter of 2010. Phones Sony Ericsson Elm and Hazel, in turn, will be sold in the first and second quarter of 2010, respectively. They are similar in basic characteristics, differing only in form factor and some details. Both models support a Google search and Google Maps services and Wisepilot, as well as the social network Facebook, myspace and Twitter.

Sony Ericsson Elm and Hazel Features:

  • Network: GSM / GPRS / EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS / HSPA 2100/900 MHz
  • Internal Memory: 280 MB
  • Memory cards: microSD
  • Display: 2.2-inch, 262K color, QVGA (Elm); 2,6-inch, 16M colors, QVGA (Hazel)
  • FM-radio with RDS
  • 5-megapixel camera
  • Wireless: Bluetooth (A2DP), Wi-Fi
  • A-GPS
  • Runtime talk / standby Elm: up to 10/430 hours (GSM), up to 4 / 446 hours (UMTS)
  • Runtime talk / standby Hazel: up to 10/430 hours (GSM), up to 4 / 450 hours (UMTS)
  • Dimensions: 110x45x14 mm (Elm), 102,5 x49, 5x16 mm (Hazel)
  • Weight: 90 grams (Elm), 120 grams (Hazel)