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Sony Ericsson dials into the posers

Phone featuring a self-portrait mirror

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Every poser needs somewhere to check they’re looking their very best. So, with that in mind, Sony Ericsson (SE) has launched a mirror the T700 handset.

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Sony Ericsson's T700 has a self-portrait mirror feature

The handset has a self-portrait mirror function that enables the user to check their make-up, hair and whatever else requires frequent grooming.

Sadly, the phone’s 3.2-megapixel is – by comparison to some existing handsets – somewhat sub-par, but at least the talker enables images to be automatically uploaded onto blogs over a 3G HSDPA connection. The phone also supports quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edge networks.

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A size zero phone?

A 512MB Memory Stick Micro (M2) card’s included with the phone, which has a 25MB internal memory. Images can be shared with friends over Bluetooth too.

Your storage space could also be used for music, because the phone supports a variety of audio formats, including MP3. A stereo speaker is built into the phone, doing away with the need for headphones, although a matching headset’s thrown in.

Sony Ericsson’s T700 will be available later this year in either “Black on Silver,” “Black on Red” or “Shining Silver”.

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