Some of the finer points of the Sony Ericsson S312 have been highlighted in a new review for the Link.
Those looking to sell mobilephones in order to pay for the device may welcome the fact the experts at the company suggested the gadget is “fairly low-cost”, with an “emphasis is on its camera capability”.
It explained that despite only boasting a snapper with a two-megapixel sensor – which is considerably less then top end models like the Samsung Pixon 12 – there are a number of features on board that are worthy of note.
The article noted that these include a selection of dedicated buttons for picture and video shooting, as well as a self timer and integrated microphone.
It advised another positive element of the Sony Ericsson S312 is its design, which was described as “good-looking”, while the build quality of the model was also singled out for praise.
“The candybar format is small and light – and at 80 g this is an easy handset to pocket,” the site concluded.
Sony Ericsson announced the S312 in April this year.
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