Looking for a mid end handset with decent video recording features? Enter Sony Ericsson S312, a phone that’s just been announced by its maker. The device packs a 2 megapixel camera and advanced photo features, like Photo fix, a 2.5x digital zoom, a dedicated video capture key and video/photo flash.



S312 also features illuminated shortcuts that grant access to the handset’s camera functions, a media player, an equalizer, the already famous PlayNow and TrackID functions, plus support for Bluetooth Stereo A2DP connectivity and MP3/AAC playback.

As far as the entertainment goes, you get 3D games, Java support, FM radio with RDS and video playback. Sony Ericsson S312 supports USB, Bluetooth, GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity and the device measures 100 x 46 x 12.5 mm, weighs 80 grams and incorporates a scratch-resistant 2 inch TFT screen (177 x 220 pixels).


The phone’s internal memory is 15 MB and the storage space can be increased with the aid of a Memory Stick Micro M2 card. Finally, we learn that S312 will pack a battery that lasts 8 hours in talk mode and 400 hours in standby. Start looking for the handset in your local shops from Q2 2009.

[via sonyericsson]

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