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Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Sony Ericsson S500I - Slim in Profile - Versatile in Capabilities

The Sony Ericsson S500i is a sleek and fashionably designed mobile phone handset that is quite popular across a wide cross-section of people from different geographical regions, diverse cultural zones and varied strata of society. And the reasons for this popularity are quite evident. This sleek and sophisticated gadget comes with quite a few very interesting and innovative features and functions that make it worth purchasing .

But before we go into specific features, some points about the looks of this highly innovative mobile phone handset. The mobile phone comes in a slide open design. Users could take their pick from two very attractive colours in which the S500i is available - green and spring yellow. A sleek keypad adds substantially to the handset's visual appeal. Small in profile and slim in its dimensions, this Sony Ericsson mobile phone is quite handy in day-to-day use. A large 262k colour screen makes the images, messages and other content look all the more attractive.

Among the multimedia capabilities, one needs to mention the integrated 2 mega-pixel digital camera with dedicated menus and 4x digital zoom. One could use the advanced imaging capabilities of the Sony Ericsson S500i for image capture, video recording, video streaming and video playback.

One could use the handset to download and enjoy favourite music tracks using the integrated Bluetooth stereo A2DP. Three clicks of a button is all it takes to download the best songs and music tracks. Multimedia messaging, email access, and text messaging ensure that one remains connected with near and dear ones - across the globe. Fast paced data transfer is also possible using EDGE and Bluetooth technology.

To conclude, it can be said that the Sony Ericsson S500i is sleek in looks, versatile in features and a great gadget to acquire and use.

Adam Caitlin is expert author of Telecommunication industry.

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