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FCC Approves Sony Ericsson R300 Mobile Phone

The almighty FCC is back to their approving and disapproving ways again, this time giving the go-ahead to a music-minded candybar from the good folks at Sony Ericsson. The Sony Ericsson R300 mobile phone seems to have a musical focus with its TrackID functionality, a free music recognition service that allows you to search for song titles, artists, and album names.

Beyond its tune-worthiness, the Sony Ericsson R300 also happens to be equipped with a camera of unspecified resolution, an integrated web browser for surfing on the go, Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and mass storage device compliance. That’s right. No need to fumble through messy software, because the R300 just shows up like a flash drive when connected to your computer.

For all intents and purposes, it seems like the Sony Ericsson R300 is an entry-level phone with entry-level desires. No word on pricing or availability.

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