Sony Ericsson R300 Approved by FCC

Sony Ericsson R300 Approved by FCC

FCC approved Sony Ericsson R300 recently, so it will be available in the US soon.

Sony Ericsson R300 was first unveiled at the beginning of 2008 with the R306 model. The R300 is one of the Sony Ericsson’s Radio series handsets. It comes in a candybar form factor. Weighing 75 grams and measuring 101 x 46 x 12 millimeters, the R300 packs a 1.8 inch display with 65K colors and 128 x 160 pixels, a VGA camera, 8MB of internal memory, dedicated radio speakers and AM and FM frequencies, Music player, TrackID music recognition, 3D audio enhancements, WAP 2.0/xHTML browser, email capabilities, USB, GPRS, Bluetooth, Image viewer and editor, a 9 hours of talk-time / 400 hours of stand-by time battery and so on.

Besides the 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz GSM mentioned in FCC’s documents, Sony Ericsson also announced a 850 / 1800 / 1900 MHz version for the American networks.

The R300 will probably hit the US market (as R300a) soon. The price is not unveiled yet.

[via softpedia]



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