G502 comes with a 2″, 262k color QVGA display that mates up well with the phone’s 2 megapixel camera and NetFront web browser. A new feature on the G502 is the ability to have your favorite RSS feed displayed on the standby screen of the handset. G502 also comes with Google Maps for Mobile pre-loaded.
The new Sony Ericsson G502 is the latest in an established line of classic Sony Ericsson phones that cram a wealth of time-saving features into an affordable, pocket-sized phone.The Sony Ericsson G502 is the first such model, however, to feature high-speed HSDPA capability. This means that more users can now benefit from faster browsing and downloading capabilities in a phone that has a feature-set that is impressive and incredibly easy to use – perfect for those who want to stay in control of their lives.
In touch, on the move the Sony Ericsson G502 come with the latest version of Google™ Maps for Mobile. This application allows you to view high quality maps that give you a satellite view of the local area and view listings of the restaurants and hotels, complete with any reviews or ratings available. The built-in aGPS functionality of the Z780 means that wherever you are, you’ll always be able to find what you need – whether locating the address of your friend’s party or finding the quickest route to your next meeting. Google™ Maps for Mobile then enables you to receive turn-by-turn directions that help you to find your way without complication.With the G502, you just enter start and finish locations, and receive point-by-point directions of how to get to your destination. Plugging the GPS Enabler HGE-100 accessory into the phone adds GPS capability here as well, making sure that you need never get lost again. The Sony Ericsson G502 is a UMTS/HSDPA 2100 and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800/1900 phone that will be available in Champagne Black and Brilliant Hazel in selected markets from Q2 2008.
Sony Ericson G502;
Specs and an image of Sony Ericsson's newest phone, the G502, made it out a day early. The EDGE-enabled G502 features a 2-inch LCD with 320x240-pixel resolution. Software-wise, the G has the ability to display Google Maps for Mobile and supports Exchange ActiveSync for synchronizing Outlook contacts and e-mail. Sony Ericsson's NetFront browser can access the internet and download RSS feeds on the A2-based device. Unlike the company's G700 and G900 announced earlier this year, it doesn't have the 3G support, making do with three-band GSM.
The G502's 2-megapixel camera will have the ability to record movies or capture still images at up to 4x digital zoom. Internal memory is rated at 32MB, and externally expandable via Memory Stick Micro cards. Transferring images and other content can be accomplished via a USB 2.0 plug or wirelessly thanks to Bluetooth 2.0+ EDR.
Two color choices are expected: hazel or black.
The G502 is expected to launch by the end of June in selected markets, although nothing is yet official.
Why would you ever buy a phone with cheap arse features? why dont you just go with the phones on the street?It doesnt make any sense, because you're wasting your money on SE phones made out of cheap China labor and materials.
I dont need a 5 mpix camera because the price of the phone will be higher. 2 mpix camera is enough for almoust users.SE team is cool!
another useless SE...
is the same thing: 2mp camera, 240x320 resolution, no wlan, non smartphone, non a god phone.
Still the same old Technology ~~~Not even 16m color screens ~~~~ -Yawns- Disappointed!!!
Also the same old g@yish bar design :/
nice looking phone. common SE lets start doing some 5 meg camera phones.2 megapixel a bit 2006 isnt it.
keep up the good work SE.
Sony Ericsson will be announcing the G502, previously known by the codename Emelie, on Wednesday 23rd April - well, that doesn’t keep us from revealing it already! G502 is a fancy-looking candy bar phone in the style of K530, but with a clean black design, that feels a bit inspired by the land of Japan.
The front of this black jewel plays host to a 2 inch large TFT display of QVGA resolution, capable of showing upto 262.144 colours.
The G502 is a HSDPA-enabled phone targeted at the business & youth segment with support Exchange Activesync and built-in Google Maps for Mobile. The phone is supposedly ready for Web 2.0 with the built-in Access NetFront web browser, and it shall be easy to set up e-mail accounts on it by using the e-mail wizard. RSS feeds can be displayed on the standby screen, as on other A2-based feature phones.
It will feature a 2 mega pixel fixed focus camera on the back with 4x digital zoom and video recording possibilites. Apart from that, G502 features Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR as well as USB 2.0 support.
Its dimensions will be 109 x 46 x 13.5 millimetres, and it’ll weigh in at 83.5 grams. It has 32 MB internal memory, and it can be expanded by Memory Stick Micro cards.
G502, which is a tri-band GSM phone with EDGE support, will hit selected markets in Q2 this year, and will be available in two colour trimmings; Brilliant Hazel & Champagne Black.
Pre-release gossip on the Sony G502 and P5 Phones is a wonderful proposition. Here are some of the details.
Sony Ericsson G502 Cell Phone
This candy bar phone resembles the K530 and also reminds you of Sony Ericsson K660 phone. The G502 features a 2-inch TFT display of QVGA resolution. Supporting the HSPDA function the cell phone offers Exchange Activesync and lets you access built-in Google Maps for Mobile.
- 2 mega pixel fixed focus camera
- 4x digital zoom and video recording
- Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
- USB 2.0 support
- Dimensions 109 x 46 x 13.5 millimetres
- Weigh 83.5 grams
- 32 MB internal memory with expandable slot
- Tri-band GSM phone with EDGE support
all features are wonderful but 2 MP camera is really not suitable to this type of phone....except camera the phone is really nice...
Fulfilling promises set yesterday, Sony Ericsson today has launched two new 3G phones, including one destined for the US. The G502 is the third device in the handset maker's G series and is one of the few non-Windows phones to explicitly support Microsoft's ActiveSync for pulling Exchange contacts and e-mail in real time. The phone is one of the company's first in the class to support HSDPA Internet access and uses this both for fast e-mail downloads and for Google Maps, RSS feeds, and a custom weather forecast tool.The bar phone comes with a 2-megapixel camera and will ship in black and hazel colors during the spring, but is believed to be focused on Europe without support for 850MHz bands. Pricing isn't available.
Anyone hoping for another UIQ-based superphone can avert their eyes right now, but otherwise, hold on -- Sony Ericsson might just be onto something with its upcoming G502. The sleek black candybar should freshen the dead center of SE's lineup with a QVGA display, 2 megapixel camera, HSDPA, Memory Stick M2-expandable storage, and the NetFront browser that's become a hallmark of Sony Ericsson's better non-smartphone devices. Rumor has it it'll get official on the 24th -- just two short days from now -- so get your popcorn ready, or whatever it is that you and your family do when you're gathering around the computer in anticipation of a new handset announcement.
Full specification of this phone G502;
Date Announced 2008, 2Q
Network Technology HSDPA 2100 / UMTS 2100 / GSM 900/1800/1900
Dimensions (mm) 109 x 46 x 13.5 mm
Weight (g) 83.5
Available colours Brilliant Hazel & Champagne Black
Screen Size : 2 inch, QVGA 240 x 320 pixels
Screen Color : TFT 262K colors
Type : Candybar
Navigation Key : Multidirectional navigation
Antenna : Fixed Internal
Internal(MB) : 32 MB
Expansion : Memory Stick Micro (M2)
Battery Type : Li -ion
Stand-by (hrs) : 336 hours
TalkTime(min) : 270 - 540 minutes
Polyphonic : Yes
TV Receiver Null
FM Radio Yes
Video Record Yes, video recording
Voice Support Speakerphone, voice recorder
HSDPA Yes, 3.6 Mbps
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 + EDR
Infrared (IrDA) No
USB Port Yes
Java (J2ME) Yes ,Java MIDP 2.0
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS Proprietary
Browser Yes, Netfront web browser
Predictive Text Entry T9
PIM Application Alarm, Calendar, Calculator, Synchronization, Flight mode, Notes, Stopwatch, Tasks, Timer
Other Application Google maps built in (aGPS) , Exchange activesync Support
Caller ID Yes
Lens Type CMOS, 2.0 Megapixel
Digital zoom 4x
Max. Resolution 1600 x 1200 pixels
Night Mode Yes
Video Yes, video recording
For all those who are viewing this phone G502, is that SE is still upgrading this phone G502 and this is not yet the full specification of this phone G502 bec. SE is still upgrading the features of this phone just wait and see...
dody, its a low to mid tier, u are getting more in what u will be paying so just chill