Clamshell phones Z series from Sony Ericsson known has beautiful design. Happily, Sony Ericsson is not only destines this class just for luxurious phone. Cheap phone also can be made by this style and class. And this is proven from Sony Ericsson Z320i which successfully rolling with luxurious phone appearance.
This Sony Ericsson clamshell phone had simple design which but still eye-catching. Different from years before, Sony Ericsson didn't play again with circle antenna in its clamshell phone.
What are become sells value from this phone display side is the existence of black list in the middle of body which is functioning as place of four indicator icons which will blaze if there are a message, phone call, missed call and activates of silent mode.
Moreover, there is also available a GPRS, so for internet browsing and download can be done. True tone or wallpaper can be search easily to enhance this phone contents. This phone screen specification itself only CSTN 65.000 colors.
With the existence of Java MIDP, we can also downloading game or Java application. But don’t forget about limited memory capacity. Transfer your photo to PC. So that your phone still has enough memory.
For clamshell phone in cheap class, this Sony Ericsson Z320i can be the good choice. Its simple design but nice perhaps more exceeded as sell value compared to its standard feature. Usage of indicator icon as gimmick and at the same time as cosmetic also more and more strengthens this phone sell value. Cheap price, good looking and famous brand become good point to attract the “practical user” which only uses a phone to make a call and SMS only.Sony Ericsson Z320i ReviewSpecs;Network: GSM 900/1800/1900 MHzDimension: 87 x 47 x 20 mmWeight: 90 gramsDisplay: CSTN, 65.000 colours, 128 x 128 pixelCamera: 1,3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixel, videoMemory: 12 MB (internal)Feature: GPRS, WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront), Java MIDP 2.0, Infrared, USB, SMS, MMS, Email, Game, Organizer, T9, Voice MemoBattery: Li-ionStandby Time: 300 hourTalk Time: 7 hourCheck This Out:LG KF600 Review: Interactive Navigation plus Creative InterfaceSamsung SGH-F200 Review: Swivel Music PhoneMotorola RAZR2 V9 Review: HSDPA in Clamshel