Sony Ericsson unveiled the P1 today in the hopes that it will bring the smartphone pioneer back to the top. SE is touting the P1 as a complete mobile office with features like push email, web browsing apps, GPRS, UMTS, and WiFi(802.11b). The P1 packs a one-two-punch with a Symbian OS and UIQ 3.0.
Most of those features are great, but what makes it a complete mobile office? For starters, there is a dual function alpha-numeric QWERTY keyboard(boo), 3.2-megapixel camera with business card scanner, and Blackberry Connect and Exchange ActiveSync email support. It also includes VoIP support, handwriting recognition, video calling, VPN, and Opera 8.0. The usual standard features like Bluetooth, FM radio, video recording, a calendar and sound recorder are included, so there’s no need to fret over the little things. The P1 drops in selected markets Q3.