Doro adds 3G, camera and GPS options to latest models

Jonathan Morris
February 15, 2011

The fifth generation range of Doro mobiles may surprise customers who didn’t expect such luxuries as 3G, integrated cameras or GPS to transmit an accurate location when the assistance call button is pressed.

Other improvements include louder and clearer sounds, with amplification, high-contrast displays, larger and easier to read text and adjustable fonts. Doro has also conducted studies to simplify the user experience, while every model gets three quick-dial keys and integrated hearing loops.

There are four new mobiles in the PhoneEasy 600 series, with details being announced before they are made available later in the year.

The Doro PhoneEasy 615 is Doro’s first 3G mobile phone, complete with a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash. It will retail for £170 and be available from July, in black, silver or red.

The Doro PhoneEasy 610 ditches the 3G and camera, and will cost £115 when it is released in June – available in black, white, red and metallic silver.

The Doro PhoneEasy 680 includes GPS for sending a location when a personal location alarm is activated, along with background noise reduction on calls. Available in black, the 680 will cost £200 and be released in September.

Finally, the Doro PhoneEasy 682 takes the above phone and adds a separate alarm fob with wrist strap. Also available in September, there is currently no price available.

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