Sony Ericsson launches M600i UMTS phone with BlackBerry Connect

Sony Ericsson recently unveiled the highly anticipated M600i with BlackBerryy Connectt, a fully-specified mobile phone and email tool rolled into an extremely stylish and slim device, featuring a touchscreen and handwriting recognition. M600i is Sony Ericssonns first Symbian OS 9.1 with UIQ 3.0 enabled phone and at just 15 mm thick, is one of the slimmest business UMTS devices of its kind available.

To better facilitate users accessing information on the move, Sony Ericsson has included the BlackBerryy Connectt software from Research In Motion (RIM) on the new M600i. With BlackBerry Connect, users of M600i will benefit from many popular features of the unique pushh-based BlackBerry architecture via BlackBerryy Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Internet Service. BlackBerry Connect will run on the M600iis software platform, while maintaining the devicees existing experience and functionality.

Key features

  • Dual-function keyboard
  • Large touchscreen
  • Slim and stylish design
  • Email on the go
  • 60 MB phone memory + 64MB Memory Stick Microo (M22) included in kit


  • Screen: 262,144 colour TFT; 240 x 320 pixel
  • Sound: music tones (MP3/AAC); polyphonic sound 40 voices
  • Memory: Memory Stick Microo (M22) support; Phone memory 60MB (actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration)
  • Size: 107 x 54 x 15 mm
  • Weight: 112 grams

Source: Sony Ericsson