Most organisations nowadays have a
(a typical example would be
) which allows dictated text from a mobile phone to be placed in a queue for subsequent transcription by a typist.
One of the most popular models has been the Sony Ericsson T610 because of its attractive appearance, large colour screen and built-in camera. You wouldn't think that photography was important on a phone, but the fantastic success of text messaging among the young can now be supplemented by built-in colour pictures and this probably explains its popularity.
The Sony Ericsson S700 will be available in the Summer and this is the first 1.3 megapixel digital camera phone. Not only can you receive still images, moving images, text and sound but it is also an MP3 player and Web browser.
The Motorola V200 will also be available in the Summer and this too has a built-in camera and its colour display will even let you watch video clips. It has a flip lid design not dissimilar to the clam shell which is very popular with teenagers who like their phones to make a statement! These phones look pretty cool because of their small size, and the keyboard is protected so that the keys cannot be pressed by accident.
What is the ideal mobile phone for business?
They are ideal for use in cars because they have no covers, so can be fitted with car kits, and they are often fitted with Bluetooth which enables wireless communication between the phone and an ear-clip microphone.
They are usually cheaper because they are bereft of the numerous features required by streetwise youngsters, and are less likely to be stolen.
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