Sony Ericsson’s Satio handset has just made it through the rigorous testing of the FCC, and this heralds the possibility of seeing it being made available to the masses sometime this September as originally speculated. This GPS-capable handset will come with 3G connection support (850Mhz and 1900Mhz for the U.S.), Bluetooth connectivity, a microSD memory card slot, USB connectivity, Wi-Fi support to get you connected in areas without 3G signals and a delectable 12.1-megapixel camera which boasts autofocus capability and a Xenon flash. Other features that make it all the more desirable are geotagging, smile detection and touch focus.
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