There's a distinctive Japanese "kei tai" (mobile phone) look-and-feel about Sony Ericsson's handsets. Possibly due to the part-Japanese heritage, the phone designs typically tend to be clean-looking and simple, with a good selection and implementation of features. The company's latest 3G clamshell, the Z610i, continues to show that distinction by using a glossy mirror finish on top of an OLED display on the front cover, while incorporating a premium feature set that includes a 2-megapixel camera, 2-inch 18-bit display, Bluetooth (A2DP) and additional storage expansion. The result? A stylishly designed handset that promises to offer more than just good looks.