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Sony Ericsson S500
Ralf Jurrien : May 9th 2007 - 11:01 CET
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Sony EricssonSony Ericsson S500 : Intelligent design Beyond the Mysterious Green and Spring Yellow exteriors, effort has been made to bring design alive with the Sony Ericsson S500. The visuals on the desktop or phone menu can change automatically as the seasons pass or as day turns to night. Hidden illumination appears to highlight a certain event and the keypad glows with energy when the slim slider is opened. Vibrant images Have fun taking shots with the 2.0 megapixel camera and share moments of your life as they happen. Take a picture of where you are and blog it straight away. You can also send pictures or video to any mobile phone or email address. Style with substance The S500 offers more than stunning aesthetics.
Sony Ericsson S500

Sony Ericsson S500 cell phone
Add colour to your free time with a media player and expandable Memory Stick slot. So you choose what size of music library is right for you. You can even add a music accessory such as the Music Bluetooth Receiver MBR-100 and play your phone music direct through your home stereo. Play 3D games or access the Web browser for easy surfing on the move. Joined up thinking The S500 arrives with everything you need to connect your phone to your computer. Transfer your favourite music from PC to phone using Sony Ericsson Disc2Phone music management software. Or move images from your phone to your computer without the need for any software. When the S500 is connected, it appears as a drive on your computer.

Sony Ericsson S500 phone

Sony Ericsson S500 mobile phone - Availability
It also features Bluetooth 2.0, giving you same fast, robust connection to other Bluetooth devices as the T650. The Sony Ericsson S500 is a 14mm slim 2.5G slider phone (GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900), available in either Mysterious Green or Spring Yellow. It will be in the shops in selected markets from Q2 2007.

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