Sony Ericsson presented today its new “GreenHeart” smartphone, aimed to the business segment and to users that use intensive messaging.
Thinking in reception and sending of e-mails, Aspen has one touch screen of 2,4 inches but also integrates a QWERTY keyboard to make the writing task easier.
It uses Windows Mobile 6.5.3 as operating system, adapted to navigation with the touch screen.
It has the productivity tools from Microsoft for mobile devices like the Office Mobile. The e-mail service is managed by Outlook Mobile and the Microsoft Exchange Active Sync and it reads PDF’s using the Adobe Reader.
For internet browsing it uses Internet Explorer for mobile platforms and uses the Google search. It also has the ability to create Favorites and web feeds.
It has optimized access to Facebook, Windows Messenger, Skype and Youtube. Geochaching is granted by the A-GPS and access to Google Maps.
Accessing the applications is easy using the Slide View and the mobile phone allows the organization of panels according to the time of the day.
It has built-in a 3,2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom. The software for playing music and video is the Windows Media Player Mobile and the Sony Ericsson Media Player.
The screen has a resolution of 65.000 colors and 240×320 pixel. It has stereo sound and it comes with free-hands kit.
“GreenHeart” certification of the new Aspen brings also the energy saving mode, the E-manual, water-based paints, the Comity application with tips for a more ecological life, a Q A; game and its own virtual pet.
The mobile phone supports HSPA and has Wifi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
The battery lasts for 10h in conversation and 450h in standby on GSM/GPRS, or 8h of conversation and 600h in standby on UMTS. When used as music player it lasts for 12h.
Having in mind ecological issues it sure is a “green” phone.