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Sony Ericsson TM506 Announced by T-Mobile USA

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T-Mobile USA has announced a new mobile phone - Sony Ericsson TM506

T-Mobile US is going to release the phone this Sept with the unknown price tag. And it has 3G support, so will be taking advantage of the new 3G network being set up across America. And guess what it comes with? aGPS and TeleNav Navigator!

Here's the specifications:

Size: 3.7 x 1.9 x 0.69 inches, Weight: 3.4 ounces
Talk Time: Up to 9.5 hours GSM; up to 3.5 hours UMTS (approx.)
Standby Time: Up to 250 hours GSM, up to 250 hours UMTS (approx.)
2.0 Megapixel Camera
Media Center
aGPS Built-in
TeleNav Navigator

RSS Feeds
Audio Postcard
Mobile Backup (T-Mobile Address Book)
Bluetooth 2.0 / A2DP / Stereo streaming
Tri-Band GSM (850/1800/1900)
Dual-Band UMTS (1700/2100)

What is your thoughts of this phone?

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Dual-Band UMTS but only Tri-Band GSM? Why didn't they make it Quad band so it could have been used in Europe as well?

Only 2Mp Camera (disappointing from SE)? What's the screen Res?

But still, could be quite nice....

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I agree about the 2mp Camera, considering 8mp cameras will soon be around on phones (If not already...)

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