Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Doro Introduces Senior-friendly Cell Phones at MWC 2011

Doro, a known maker of cell phones for seniors, has made its presence felt at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This mobile phone manufacturer has introduced mobile phones that can be used by senior citizens at the event.

The PhoneEasy 615, the PhoneEasy 610, the PhoneEasy 680, and the PhoneEasy 682 are expected to hit the market this year. These new senior-friendly mobile provide features that are helpful to elderly users including loud ringers and earpieces, large display fonts, high contrast displays, dedicated quick dial keys, hearing aid support and large buttons

Let's look at the details for these mobile phones for senior citizens.

The Doro PhoneEasy 615 appears to have the most features among the new handsets. It offers 3G support and a 3.2-megapixel camera. It will be available in June/July.

The Doro PhoneEasy 610 features a with a direct key for text messages and many other improvements. This cell phone for seniors will be available in June/July.

The the PhoneEasy 680, and the PhoneEasy 682 offer noise reduction and an alarm key that is linked to GPS positioning for better emergency response support. Both of these senior mobile phones will hit the market in n September 2011.

Unfortunately, the US carriers for these handset were not revealed. However, they are GSM cell phones so they are compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T when they land in the US market.

Stay tuned as we bring you the latest news and information on cel phones for seniors.

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