Sony Ericsson S500

May 11, 2007

 

Sony Ericsson other new phone, the S500. Clocking in at a respectable 14mm thick, the slider is all about style. It’s got “ever-changing themes and illuminations that change as day turns to night” and “hidden illumination” to make you stand out while taking calls outside a club.As for the guts, it’s got a 2-inch screen, media player expandable via a memory card slot, 2-megapixel camera, and a GSM/GPRS/EDGE connection.

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Sony Ericsson T650

May 11, 2007

A candybar, it packs a 3.2-megapixel camera while remaining only 12.5-mm thick. It’s also a 3G phone, great for email or RSS feeds. The 1.9-inch screen is covered with a layer of mineral glass, which will apparently make the colors pop, increase the viewing angle, and protect it from scratches when you put your phone in the same pocket as your keys.

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Sony Ericsson P1

May 11, 2007

If you’re a fan of SonyEricsson’s P990 Symbian smartphone, you’ll definitely like the newest P1 phone. Not only is it 25% smaller than the 990, it’s got a 3.2-megapixel camera, 512MB Memory Stick Micro slot, push email through BlackBerry Connect, Wi-Fi (802.11b), VoIP support, Symbian 9.1, 2.6-inch display, a quasi-QWERTY keyboard, Opera 8, Stereo Bluetooth A2DP, and 160MB of internal memory.


The most important surface change is probably the fact that it doesn’t have the flip-open keyboard like the P990, but that’s something you’ll have to play with yourself to see if you prefer. Otherwise, it seems like Sony’s got a great upgrade here with the P1. And yes, they’ve answered everyone’s question about what they’d do when the numbers get to 999—wrap around again back to 1.

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