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Snapshot by Michael Oryl on Tuesday May 08, 2007.

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Today Sony Ericsson USA announced the release of the S500, a device derived largely from the W580 Walkman handset we saw launched at CTIA earlier this year. This 94g (3.3oz) handset sports design flourishes such as themes that change between night and day, weekday and weekend, or as the seasons pass.

The quad-band GSM/EDGE S500 offers a sharp 262k color, QVGA resolution display to view photos shot with its built-in 2 megapixel camera. Photos, music, and video clips can be stored in the internal 12MB of memory, or on a Memory Stick Micro card - not included. The S500 does ship with wired stereo headphones and the Disc2Phone software, and is compatible with Bluetooth A2DP wireless headphones as well.

The 14mm thick S500 will be available in either green or yellow when it starts shipping in Q2 of this year, some time before its expected North American debut in Q3. No pricing information has been provided at this time.


Specifications for the Sony Ericsson S500
Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
Data GPRS/EDGE
Size 106mm x 47mm x 14mm
(4.2" x 1.9" x 0.6")
Weight 94g (3.3oz)
Battery Life Up to 15.25 days standby
Up to 9 hours talk time
Main Display 2" 262k color TFT, QVGA (240x320 pixel) resolution
Sub-Display N/A
Camera 2 megapixel
Video Video capture/playback
Messaging MMS/SMS
Email POP/IMAP/SMTP
Bluetooth 2.0 (A2DP)
Infrared No
Java Yes
Polyphonics Yes
Memory 12MB, Memory Stick Micro card slot (M2)
Availability Q2 2007 (manufacturer's estimate)
Other MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ media player support, Disc2Phone software, USB cable

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melzkie @ 1:15:02AM EDT on Tuesday June 22, 2010

i like this phone,b'cause of 8's special feature.Love the themes aswell.So grab one of this now.Two thumbs up!!!!

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