Sony Ericsson S500i

Sony Ericsson S500i is a slide phone that boasts to have been inspired by nature itself. The company that has created it praises this product as a surprise phone that relies on a good camera which helps its owner take pictures very fast, easily and at a pretty high quality. The system that the phone relies on allows the user to connect the device to the computer and send any of the taken photos to a blog. Sony Ericsson S500i comes with a kit especially created to facilitate photo transfers, music files download and any other types of files transferring to a computer if the owner wishes to do so.

The phone is stated to be very light and, according to specifications it weighs only 94 grams which makes it a nice call toy to own. It is also very thin and the screen promises high quality images judging buy the TFT technology and the numerous colors it can display (262.144). There are four color variants for the Sony Ericsson S500i design: mysterious green, ice purple, contrasted copper and spring yellow. If we were to judge by the look, then we may identify some nature-inspiration to justify the commercials.

Unlike other models, Sony Ericsson S500i does not brag with a 16 MB memory but only with a 12 MB one. However it brings along one other advantage and that is the Memory Stick Micro? (M2?) which allows for additional storage of up to 2 GB. The battery performance of this phone is very good as you can actually talk on it up to 9 hours without having to recharge it. If the phone is in standby mode, its battery may perform up to 370 hours. Consequently, from this point of view, Sony Ericsson S500i is quite promising allowing you to forget that a mobile phone requires recharging.

Sony Ericsson S500i also offers various other features that are quite modern and appealing to those interested in newer technology. The camera, the 3D games, video viewing and streaming, the media player and many other traits make Sony Ericsson S500i a very tempting offer for buyers. The USB transfer of data is also possible which actually limits the use of the Bluetooth although this feature remains incorporated.

All in all, technology is advancing fast, and soon phones that will follow in the footsteps of Sony Ericsson S500i will perhaps provide users with the opportunity to enjoy communication and entertainment in ways that are more and more daring and appealing.

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