(mobilemag) - Sony Ericsson has two main lines of cell phones targetted at the general public. The W (Walkman) series caters to the MP3-loving folks, whereas the K series is typically more photo-oriented. The new K620i, in this respect, does not fail to impress.
Look beyond the ridiculously bright blue casing and you'll discover a formidable 3.2 megapixel camera backed up by a solid 100MB of internal memory and an M2 expansion slot. Other key features include a 3G high speed data, 1.9-inch QCIF+ display, Bluetooth, integrated music player, and USB 2.0, reports Trend.
At just 17mm thick and 92 grams, the Sony Ericsson K620i is said to be "one of the smallest and lightest 3G phones to come on the market." No word on pricing or availability.