Sony Ericcson have unwrapped new features for the popular P990 smartphone, already one of the industry’s most advanced communication devices.
In addition to the WiFi and UMTS features (including video calling, high-bandwidth multimedia downloads, and full HTML-page Web browsing), the phone’s offerings will now include a business card scanner (using the built-in camera), a wider range of push email features like Blackberry Connect and Microsoft Exchange to name a couple, McAfee VirusScan and Firewall Mobile security stratagems, and a host of new entertainment offerings, including 3D java games.
“The P990 is a very significant new product for us. ItÕs a sophisticated device that gets us to the point where mobile executives can really start to minimize on the number of devices and paperwork they carry around with them,” says Jan WŠreby, Corporate Executive Vice President, Head of Sales and Marketing, Sony Ericsson. “The push email capability especially helps to bring true business mobility and we have deployed technology and formed partnerships to ensure that mobile email and web browsing access is provided in a safe, secure and fast environment.”
The features are available now, as is, of course, the phone.