Just officially unveiled in London a short while ago, the Sony Ericsson Z610i is being positioned as the cellphone perfect for people who expect a little more out of their cellphone than just the basic features. To that end, the Z610i, looking at the stats alone, does a fairly decent job. The 2-megapixel camera isn't a piece of junk like most cellphone cameras and its 2-inch, 220x176 pixel resolution display, while not ground-breaking, gets the job done admirably. Besides, the Z610i's has a mirror-like finish, which is just the type of thing that cellphone's have been lacking: more tacky aesthetic devices.
On the multimedia front, the Z610i also tries to perform like a champ; never having used it, I can't say for sure one way or another. There's support for MP3, AAC, AAC+ and eAAC+ digital audio files and pictures taken using the aforementioned camera can be uploaded to a Photo Blog application ("this is when the cops showed up..."). Sony Ericsson graciously includes a 64MB Memory Stick Mico (M2), but users can plug in cards up to 1GB in size. She even reads RSS feeds.