Sony Ericsson Jalou Review
With the female crowd moving onto iPhone through ditching Motorola Razr in the graveyard Sony Ericsson seems to have come out with just the right clamshell gadget that chicks would dig. Not to mention the fact that the clamshell handset would sport Dolce and Gabbana badges as an indicator of its exquisite designs.
Although the Jalou handset is not a smart phone Sony Ericsson has managed to bundle it up with some neat technologically advanced features. The Jalou emanates style and subtle design making it a perfect accessory for chic communication.
The Jalou Display sports a 1.3 inch Thin Film Transistor secondary external monochrome display of 128×36 pixels featuring 256 k colors. Features Accelerometer that enables automatic rotation of screen from portrait to landscape mode.
Equipped with an internal memory of 100 MB with an upgradeable Micro Secure Dynamic Slot.
Connectivity supports second generation GSM and Third Generation High Speed Downlink Packet Access. Data transfer takes place through High Speed Circuit Switched Data, Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, Bluetooth and USB.
The Jalou is armed with 3.15 Mega pixel camera featuring 2048×1536 pixels with enabled Geo-tagging and videocalling.Video-streaming takes place through Quarter Video Graphics Array at the rate of 15 frames per second.
The front fascia features a glossy gem shape with rigid 45 degree angles and the edges accented by gold colors. The clamshell handset is available in Deep Amethyst, Aquamarine Blue and Onyx Black colors.
The dimensions size up to 73 x 45 x 18.2 mm and weighs 84 g.Standard Lithium ion battery with a rated talk time of seven hours.