Sony Ericsson G502 Guide
The Sony Ericsson G502 is a super light candy-bar shaped mobile phone from Sony Ericsson that measures 103 mm x 46 mm x 13.5 mm. The screen is 2 inches and is crystal clear. Beneath the screen are a few shortcut keys and a navigational bar. Then beneeth these are the full keypad, with keys that are very close together. The Sony Ericsson G502 is available in red, hazelnut or red.
The music player on the G502 is brilliant. It includes some Walkman phone features like PlayNow — which allows you to find and download tracks easily; and TrackID — which allows you to record a few seconds of a song and it will identify the song and artists' name. All music formats are supported, and there is an FM Radio. Internal memory is a large 32 mega bytes, but this can be enlarged by using a MicroSD Card. Sound quality is very high.
There is a 2 mega pixel camera on the Sony Ericsson G502, and this can also be used for video recording. You will also be able to easily upload your pictures to blogs, Facebook and youtube.
Standard applications include alarm, personal organizer, calculator and calendar. Email is also supported, as is Instant Messenger and Skype — which will allow you to make free calls. There is also a Google Maps application, which works like GPS.
Internet connectivity is pretty fast and accessible with GPRS, EDGE, and 3G. There is however no wifi, which is a little disappointing. You will be able to pair your phone to a third party device using Bluetooth and USB.
In summary, the Sony Ericsson G502 is quite a cool looking phone that is very very light. The keys are a little small, but other than that the design is solid. The music player is brilliant, as you would expect from Sony Ericsson, and the camera is decent enough.