Sony Ericsson Refreshes Lineup
Jun 13, 2005, 8:35 AM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced four new GSM phones, including their first first quad-band phone and first Walkman phone for the Americas.
- W600: A swivel-style, tri-band GSM phone for the Americas with Walkman music player, 256 MB of memory, EDGE high-speed data, 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and stereo speakers. Features also include wide-screen gaming mode, 176x220-pixel TFT display, changeable covers, FM radio, and class 10 GPRS. Available in the 4th quarter of 2005.
- S600: A tri-band swivel-style GSM phone similar to the W600, but without EDGE or the Walkman music player, and 64 MB of memory. Available in Europe/Asia in the 4th quarter of 2005.
- Z520: This successor to the Z500 clamshell model adds Bluetooth and animated lights around the edges, and steps up to quad-band GSM, a TFT main display, and a larger outer color display. Carryover features from the Z500 include changeable covers, a VGA camera with video capture, and speakerphone. Available 3rd Quarter 2005, including a Z520a version for the Americas.
- J210: Basic bar-style, tri-band GSM phone for Asia with color display and MMS. Available 3rd Quarter 2005.
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520 LOOKS AWESOME
Sony Ericsson made a quad-band phone... I think im going to have a heart attack....... wow!
And that, Ladies and Gentlemen, is the phone that'll get me to convert to Cingular GSM (I was t...
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