Sony Ericsson’s Greenheart series is venturing into the business world. The latest handset to leak into the public eye is the Sony Ericsson Faith, sporting a rather professional Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system and 2.4″ resistive touchscreen. Adding yet more business-like strings to its bow is the QWERTY keyboard and 600MHz Qualcomm Processor.
Supporting it’s professional image is the vast array of connectivity options, the Faith comes fully loaded with quad-band GSM /EDGE and dual band 3G with HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and a microSD card. There’s also a built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS support.
Things have been pretty quiet on the feature front, what we do know is that there’s a 3.2megapixel camera without a flash and possibly fixed focus. The choice of two different colour varients has been leaked, black or white, and the back of the handset follows Sony Ericsson’s ‘Human Curvature’ design, which means it’s curved for a better fit in the human hand – as seen on the Kurara and X10.
Being the latest phone in the GreenHeart series, naturally the Sony Ericsson Faith follows the eco-friendly trail left by its predecessors. The packaging is environmentally friendly and made from recycled materials, the charger is energy efficient, and the handset guide’s electronic rather than paper based. As if that wasn’t enough, Sony Ericsson now have a load of eco-apps available as well as the Global Take Back Program, the companies venture to get one million old mobile phones recycled a year.
Source: GSM Arena