Elegantly-styled with the trademark Roland-Garros signature and sleek white and brushed metal finishing, the SAGEM my501C Roland Garros was designed for the dedicated sports fans Worldwide.
Original features include: a wake-up call in center court sound effects (the noise of the balls), a larger-than-life tennis game (JavaTM technology), and a volley of tennis-based wallpapers.
The tennis touch goes right down to the packaging, as the SAGEM my501C Roland Garros is sold in a tennis ball tin. You can’t miss it!
The winning set of ace features includes dual-screen for fast-read functionality in explosive color (65K colors, 128 x 160 pixels). The SAGEM my501C Roland Garros has a 1.3 megapixel camera offering 8x digital zoom and a host of visual effects (negative, sepia toning, frames, and more) that also packs video recording and playback, so you can record the highlights.
In the meantime, your mobile stays on and on, with a battery life of 250 hours on standby and 3h30 in talk-time.
To cap it all, the vital accessory for playing hands-free: the H2 headset, the perfect match, also in tournament colors. Lightweight and low-profile, it can be worn as a headset or a hands-free neckset, partnering the SAGEM my501C via BluetoothTM 1.2.
The SAGEM my501C Roland Garros will be released for April 2007.
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