Sony Ericsson said on Tuesday it was linking up with Google Inc. to incorporate the company's Web search and blog features into its mobile phones.
Phones will be able to launch a separate Google Web search option using a single keystroke without the need to open a new Web page.
"By providing users with direct access to features like mobile search and blogging, we're able to create a more personalized, user-friendly experience," said Google's European operations, vice president, Nikesh Arora.
Users will also be able to post blogs through a pre-loaded application linked to the Google-owned Blogger site.
A blog, short for Web log, is an online journal people use to express opinions, post pictures and share experiences.
Sony Ericsson said the new services would be launched in the second quarter of the year and be available on the K610 UMTS phone and the newly launched K800 and K790.