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Friday, 22 August 2008 11:55

Sony Ericsson announces TM506 for T-Mobile

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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The first Sony Ericsson to support AWS networks

 

Sony Ericsson yesterday announced their new handset named TM506. The handset will be available through US T-Mobile and this is Sony Ericsson's first 3G phone working on AWS frequencies (1700/2100).

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TM506 is a thin flip-phone with 92,5mm x 47,5mm x 17,2mm dimensions and weighing in at just 85 grams with the battery. It features a 2mp camera capable of capturing video and it comes with aGPS and stereo Bluetooth 2.0/A2DP.

TM506 also comes with Media Center supporting many video and audio formats. Supported video formats are: 3GPP (H.263, H.264), MP4, RealVideo 8 and WMV whereas the supported audio formats include: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, M4A, WAV, RealAudio 8, and WMA.

The phone is intended for the U.S. market and its working frequencies are Tri-Band GSM (850/1800/1900) and Dual - Band UMTS (1700/2100 & 2100).

The phone should hit T-Mobile stores in early September.

More here.

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