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If you thought great internet experience can only be delivered by insanely expensive high-end mobile phones, maybe it's about time you reconsidered. Sony Ericsson G502 is said to be the most affordable HSDPA phone and, from what we see, the browsing and data transfer potential is all there, waiting to be unleashed.
Sony Ericsson G502 is almost identical to Sony Ericsson K660, at first glance at least. A closer look at the specs of both models reveals that the G502 has shed down a few features. Not really important ones, that is, so it might be well worth it. There's nothing wrong with saving yourselves a few bucks.
Plus, we do happen to like the G502 design a bit better than the K660. We are still curious however, if it will be able to deliver the same performance as its K-series alternative.
Here is the first set of Sony Ericsson G502 images we present you. It should give you an idea of what the handset looks like in real life. Likeable, isn't it?
Join us after the jump for more of our first impressions with the G502.
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that's funny i just changed from a 6120c which was buggy and poorly made. I've never had probs with se before and after 3 weeks of using very happy. fingers crossed