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Amid the blizzard of fancy phone intros, Sony Ericsson rolled out its J110 and J120 which are rather ordinary candy bars, so basic that they don't even have a camera inside. Might be just right for companies who don't allow camera phones on the premises.

These babies were built for comfort and lots of talking, with keys that are a little larger, a central nav key with one-click access to many of the most often-used features and nine hours of talk time. The J110's available in Soft Cream, Smooth Gray and, as Sony likes to call it, Precious Purple.

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The J120 (pictured above) is the same phone as its J110 brother with FM radio added, along with a stereo headset. It's only available in black. Both the J110 and J120 will be rolling out in Q2 of this year. They're not bad looking for basic phones—check out the gallery and see what we mean.

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Press Release [Sony Ericsson]