Today Sony Ericsson announced several interesting handsets. The highlight is Sony Ericsson T650 - the successor of the successful T610 midrange handset. The Sony Ericsson S500 is an innovative thin slider, while the Sony Ericsson T250 is a stylish budget solution with a complete metallic finish. The new handsets design is nowhere near the last lineup by the manufacturer and surely manages to impress by counting on classic looks and stylish materials.
The Sony Ericsson T650 comes with a stainless steel finish and full 3G support with video calls. At only 12.5 mm, the bar-shaped handset also boasts a 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus. The 1.9" 262K color TFT display with a QVGA resolution, a scratch-proof mineral glass and an innovatively brighter colors and a wider viewing angle. Feature-wise it's got all that it takes to rank with all current mobiles - stereo Bluetooth support, USB and a Memory Stick Micro M2 slot. The T650 also comes with some nice illumination effects which are linked to on-screen animations.
The Sony Ericsson T650 will be available in green and blue as of Q3 2007.
The Sony Ericsson S500 is an innovative slider with a thickness of 14 mm. It is targeted at the Americas and so it has a quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 networks support. It comes with a 2 megapixel camera, a 2" 262K color TFT display with a QVGA resolution plus Bluetooth, USB and a Memory Stick Micro M2 slot. Other interesting features include the new Sony Ericsson Ever-changing theme and some nice illumination effects to go with it.
The Sony Ericsson S500 will be available in green and yellow as of Q2 2007.
The Sony Ericsson T250 comes as an example that a budget handset can too look the part, when dressed in a compact metallic body with a thickness of 12.6 mm. It features a VGA camera, FM radio and a 1.7" 65K color TFT display with a 128 x 160 pixels resolution. The stylish handset will weigh only 82 g and will have dual-band GSM/GPRS support.
The Sony Ericsson T250 will be available in green and blue as of Q3 2007.