Sony Ericsson Yendo is a nice video camera It has Features TFT resistive touch screen, Bluetooth connectivity. Sony Ericsson Yendo has 2.0 mega pixel camera with video recording and digital zoom. Sony Ericsson Yendo has Quad band network which comes with 81 g weight.
The Sony Ericsson Yendo is a compact touchscreen handset sporting similarities with the Xperia series in design and UI departments but without the smart phone platform, or in this case – of Android.
The Yendo is made entirely of plastic, with a soft-touch matte coating on the back, the Yendo feels fine in the hand, thanks to its stable build quality despite the lack of metal. The 2.6″ capacitive TFT display sits in the central front area of the phone. Image quality is good and the screen’s viewing angles are quite good. Below the screen there’s only a back key, while on the left side you’ll find a microUSB port. On the upper right is the volume rocker, while on the top are the power/lock key and 3.5mm headset jack. On the back side, there’s a 2MP camera with no flash. Along with a black version, it is available in a range of colours like blue, green, orange, pink, purple, red and silver.
Instead, users will be treated to a proprietary Sony Ericsson platform. On top of that, the Yendo is branded with the Walkman logo, which comes to show that it targets a more media-centric audience. For example, the widgets you can place on the homescreen are pretty basic – you can add notes for instance, which you can then scroll through easily. There are four shortcuts in the four corners of the screen that lead you to the Walkman player, messaging, dialer and phonebook.
The unit’s 2-megapixel shooter’s interface is very basic with acceptable picture quality. We only had two keys – a shutter and a still/video switch. The Walkman music player is basic and it allows for most basic options for filtering and playback. The Sony Ericsson phone is also equipped with TrackID and a voice recorder. Data connectivity options are limited to EDGE, and the browser itself is more of a check box feature. The Sony Ericsson Yendo does feature Bluetooth with A2DP profile support so that you can pair your favorite hands-free.