Sony Ericsson Reveals TM506
Sony Ericsson today announced the TM506, a thin clamshell phone for T-Mobile USA. The TM506 - Sony Ericsson's first 3G phone supporting the AWS band - marks the return of Sony Ericsson to T-Mobile's lineup, after the T610 debuted in 2003. The TM506 was first revealed in documents made public by the FCC, but official launch is now confirmed for early September. The phone will weigh 3.4 ounces and be 0.69 inches, about as thin as Samsung's T639. Key features include 2 megapixel camera, aGPS with TeleNav Navigator, stereo Bluetooth, and HSDPA data.
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dont forget it has gps through telenav