The Sony Ericsson Aspen is a smartphone manufacturer introduced earlier this year, exactly in the month of February, and designed especially for professional users. It is a model belonging to the family GreenHeart, such as Sony Ericsson Elm , and that means that it is designed and built according to the dictates of modern ecology, with the aim of minimizing environmental impact.
Speaking in detail this aspect of ecological respect for the environment is known, for example, in the outer carton, made from completely recycled plastic, in the absence of lead, in the limited number of chemicals that make up the device in the presence of electronic manual in place of the paper and a charger with low energy consumption.
But passing to the description of the technical data, the Sony Ericsson Aspen is a Quadband GSM and UMTS, so it can take advantage of the frequencies 850, 900, 1800, 1900 and 2100 MHz, providing a perfect reception anywhere in the world. As for surfing the Internet, comes with built-in modem and Internet Explorer web browser and connectivity of Wi-fifor free navigation through posted hotspot.
The transfer of data over the Internet is, then, using the HSDPA, GPRS and EDGE, the first of which ensures a speed of 7.2 mbps. As regards, finally, data synchronization with other devices, comes with USB and Bluetooth .Finally, this smartphone is based on Windows Mobile Professional 6.5.3.
Terminate the technical specifications, it is time to analyze the functionality of Sony Ericsson Aspen. As said earlier, this is a smartphone which allows professional to be productive on the go, for example, through the ability to change all your Office documents while on the go. An interesting feature, for the protection of sensitive data, Microsoft has MyPhone, a service that remotely erases data on your phone in case it is lost or stolen.