It looks like the rumors about the brand spanking new G series from Sony Ericsson were absolutely spot on. Mobile World Congress has seen the introduction of the G700 and G900, phones that SE is referring to as "touchscreen organizers with a broad appeal." The G700, the lesser of the two, features a 2.4 inch display (touchscreen, of course) with a 3.2 megapixel camera.
The G900 ups the ante with integrated WiFi and a 5 megapixel autofocus cam with a continuous shooting mode. The big draw on both models appears to be the ability to jot notes on the display using the stylus and save them as sticky notes right to the phones' home screens -- kinda nifty, we'll admit. Both will launch in the second quarter featuring GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 radios with UMTS 2100, so using them Stateside isn't really in the cards. The G700 will be available in Silk Bronze, while the upmarket G900 will feature striking Dark Red and Dark Brown options.