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Sony brings Cedar- mobile with GreenHeart expected at price 100 Euro

Sony Cedar mobile Price in India

Sony Ericsson’s GreenHeart family gets yet another addition, introducing the Cedar. This lightweight and affordable phone is offered for those who want to own a beautiful handset that balances their business and social life every well.


The phone being Green Heart member also is a more environment responsible device with its green credential such as recycled plastic use, lower power consumption, waterborne paint, reduced packaging and e manual. The Cedar is 3.5 G phone and we expect that it will be priced similar to the 100 Euro tag of that of Naite given the striking similarity in the feature set of both.


The Cedar comes with a 2.2 inch screen with 262 k color support and 240 x 320 pixel display on the front and a 2 MP camera on the back. The camera offers video recording facility with VGA @ 30 fps and supports an easy upload on YouTube.  The battery offers a good talk time of 12 hrs 30 minutes and 420 hrs of standby time on GSM.


The Cedar comes with many connectivity options such as Bluetooth, USB support and USB mass storage. The Widget Manager 2.0 apps allows for an easy access to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace via the stand by screen.


Cedar boasts of its human curvature design and easily fits into the palm. The phone also offers a fast and easy browsing capability with 3G HSPA whereby you can easily access your e mail using the Push Email feature. The phone also features FM radio and multimedia player together with a microSD card slot. The business users can enjoy its cellular modem too. Sony Ericsson aims to make the phone available during Q3 2010 and will bring it in two color combinations such as black/silver and black/red.


According to the official press release, the Global Marketing Manager, Quentin Cordier said, “Sony Ericsson Cedar is an affordable GreenHeart phone which allows consumers to easily connected to their various communities whether it’s for work, fun or play.”