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Tuesday, October 03, 2006
JBlend Deployed in Sony Ericsson's First 3G i-mode Handset


K610im is Sony Ericsson's first GSM/UMTS phone to offer full support for i-mode, the operator service that delivers a richer experience for handling iMail, browsing the Internet and viewing content.

Aplix Corporation announced today that its JBlend(TM) Java platform has been deployed in K610im, Sony Ericsson's first i-mode(TM) phone.

On top of the 2 Megapixel camera, extendable Memory Stick Micro(TM) (up to 1GB available) support, as well as pre-installed music and video player, the JBlend enabled K610im offers high-performance mobile 3D gaming experiences to i-mode users, making it as a modern classic true to its Sony Ericsson heritage - a highly desirable 3G handset that is accessible to a wide audience.

The incorporation of Aplix's JBlend technology enables a variety of compelling content and Java experience for K610im users to enjoy, including games and multimedia applications. JBlend platform will also be deployed in Sony Ericsson's other models that are under development.

As the first-to-market enabler, Aplix has been trusted by global operators and handset manufacturers to fulfill their desired Java specifications. The JBlend platform has already been deployed on over 233 million mobile devices around the world as of the end of June 2006. Aplix continues its innovative efforts to contribute to the development of consumer products that are even more appealing and easier to use than those we have today.


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