Ericsson in one of the largest supplier of mobile systems in the world and support all major standards for wireless communication. They drive the telecoms industry and are shaping the future. The world´s 10 largest mobile operators are among Ericsson's customers and some 40% of all mobile calls are made through it's systems. Ericsson has been active worldwide since 1876 and is present in more than 140 countries. Headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden.
- The R380 introduced by Ericsson was a groundbreaking phone that was one of the first smart phones to be as small and light as other modern mobile phones. The R380 was also one of the first phones to use the Symbian EPOC OS. Features include unique horizontal screen layout, handwriting recognition, and full organizer.
- The Ericsson T28 is a small, light, dual-band world phone. Extremely thin this phones features include voice-dialing, ringer profiles, and a button-activated flip. The display, while small, is full-graphic, and features Ericsson's unique horizontal menu system.
- The Ericsson R278D was an entry-level, tri-mode TDMA phone. The key attributes were Wireless internet, 2-Way text messaging, and T9 predictive text entry.
- The Sony Ericsson A1228D/A1228LX was a basic, entry-level TDMA phone. The A1228d was the original model. The A1228LX was the model specifically for AT&T Wireless, and does include 2-way test messaging.
- The Ericsson R300Z became the feature-rich update to the A2218z. Added to this model was a Wireless Internet browser. Other key features include voice-dialing and PIM (calendar) features.
- The Ericsson T39 is a tiny, feature-packed world phone. It comes equipped with most of the features of the R520, but in a much smaller package. This very custamizable phone contains key attributes such as text messaging, GPRS, and Bluetooth.
- The Ericsson R520 is a feature-packed world phone. Notable features include GPRS, Bluetooth, and MS Outlook synchronisation. Personalize this phone with custom ringtones, an alarm, calculator, and voice dialing. Don't want to forget anything? Use the phones calendar and voice memo feature to stay organized.
- The Ericsson T60D/T60LX is a feature-packed TDMA phone that offers all the features of their latest GSM phones, in a smart design. Large screen, internal antenna, and a joystick are immediately noticeable, but the phone also supports special "SmartBack" accessories, such as GPS and Bluetooth, which are integrated with the battery cover.
- When the T68 by Ericsson was introduced, it was the most feature-rich phone in the Western hemisphere. Except for missing speaker phone, it includes most major features including Bluetooth, voice dialing, text messaging, and picture ID.
- This GSM phone is identical to the Ericsson R300z, except the R300z also has a Wireless Internet browser. The A2218Z does however come equipped with a calculator, calendar, voice dialing, text messaging, and games.