The Sony Ericsson txt pro CK15a, an entry-level smartphone that will have a sliding QWERTY keyboard in the landscape format phone passes through the FCC’s hoops of tricks. This would make it a whole lot easier to compose your text messages or even modifying documents. Since this is centrally a messaging phone, it will also sport support for Gmail, Google Talk, Twitter, Facebook and txt apps and lot more.
Other features include a 3-inch screen with a 400 x 240 resolution, 64MB of RAM, up to 100MB of internal storage, microSD card support up to 32GB, a 3.2MP camera ought to be good enough for casual images, but it is not going to replace your dedicated digital camera anytime soon and up to 400 hours of standby time.
For now no information on pricing or availability, but FCC filing is a good sign that we’ll be seeing the txt pro soon. The device supports AT&T and T-Mobile bands in the US.
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