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Sony Ericsson unwraps Naite mobile phone

Keeping in tune with the other GreenHeart phones, Sony Ericsson has come up with a new eco-friendly handset, the Naite. This device facilitates users to experience entertainment with decreased effect on the environment.

Since it is part of the GreenHeart program, the phone is equipped with 50 percent post-consumer recycled plastic housing and seems to encompass low power consumption charger which is .03W in standby mode. The handset also removes the paper user-manual and instead offers an incorporated, in-phone e-manual.

In this phone, it is fairly simple to check e-mail, have conversational texting and also keep in touch with friends through the built-in Facebook app. The 3G-enabled Naite device delivers everything required for a regular mobile phone experience, counting Google Maps, one-click Google search functionality, Bluetooth Stereo for wireless audio streaming and an en suite FM radio offering song recognition technology.

Being connected is rather easy owing to scores of communication attributes. With the Facebook application, users can immediately post pictures via the Send to Facebook upload link, effortlessly update their Facebook status and see their friends’ newest updates. People can mail in videos, images and many more straightaway to their own mobile blog that is available in every Naite handset. Google Maps can be used to determine their present place or receive directions to their subsequent destination. Guiding and navigating is said to be quite simple with Naite phones.

Music can be enjoyed on the move with the integrated Bluetooth Stereo and FM radio. TrackID technology exhibits the artist and song title while its incorporated Media Go software offers a customized music experience by facilitating users to effortlessly drag-and-drop their preferred MP3 tracks between any attuned PC and the Naite phone.


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