The Japanese-Swedish Sony Ericsson has announced the upcoming release of two new mobile brand with the Z780 and G502. The first of these is replacing the existing terminals Z770 but now with more connectivity onboard.
The mobile clamshell Sony Ericsson Z780 is a quad-GSM, GPRS and EDGE but also Tri UMTS and HSDPA. With compact dimensions (92mm x 49mm x 16mm) and weighing 100 grams, the mobile includes a main screen QVGA not touch 2.2 inches for 262 000 colors plus an A-GPS receiver. This explains why it comes with the software suite Google Maps.
The Z780 has finally Bluetooth, an FM tuner, a digital camera to 2 megapixels, 35 MB of internal memory associated with a port for memory card Sony M2. It comes with a web browser NetFront, an RSS reader, a messaging software POP / IMAP and compatibility Push Mail Exchange.Its autonomy is 9.5 hours in conversation mode GSM and 4.5 hours in conversation 3G. Considering the second quarter of 2008, its price was not announced.
Meanwhile, it is also the Sony Ericsson mobile G502, which was unveiled. It is a piece compatible with mobile networks tribandes GSM, GPRS and EDGE networks in addition to 3G/HSDPA to 2100 Mhz. Announced as one of 3G mobile + cheaper market, it will still quite large (109mm x 46mm x 13.5 mm).
On the technical side, it incorporates a touch-screen QVGA non-2-inch to 262 000 colors, a digital camera to 2 megapixels, Bluetooth, an FM tuner and ports for memory card Sony M2, its internal memory is only 32 Mb. It will also be delivered with the mapping software Google Maps but not possess integrated GPS receiver.
For the rest, the G502 can surf the Internet via the web browser NetFront and use a solution Push Mail Exchange, all with a self-announced 9 hours in conversation GSM or 4.5 hours in conversation 3G. The Sony Ericsson G502 will be delivered in Europe at the end of this quarter. Its price is not known.