BeoCom 9500 GSM Cellular Mobile Telephone

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Manufactured: 1994 - 1997
Colours: Black

One of B&O’s first mobile telephones was created in partnership with Ericsson. The basic design was Ericsson’s while B&O contributed its expertise within sound reproduction. Technically identical to Ericsson’s own model, the B&O version had its own special design feature in the shape of its inclining buttons.

" Always there for you but never a burden - BeoCom 9500. Because of its extremely small size and low weight, you could easily forget that you were carrying around an extremely powerful communication tool in your pocket. The pressure chamber loudspeaker gave an extremely clean sound when you received calls."

Designed for GSM systems the BeoCom 9500 had a pressure chamber loudspeaker; display, including status indication, a high number of numbers in memory dependant on the SIM card, redial function, volume control, microphone mute, adjustable tone ringer, keypad lock, phone lock, intelligent security lock, battery low warning, SMS, call hold/wait function, CLI (Caller Line Identification), call forwarding and DTMF tones.

Batteries: Standard battery giving 100 minutes talk time or 20 hours stand-by. Plus battery giving 180 minutes talk time or 30 hours stand-by. Light battery giving 80minutes talk time or 15 hours stand-by. Charging time: 1 - 2 hours depending on battery types

Weight: approximately 225g depending on battery types

Finish: black

BeoCom 9500 GSM Cellular Mobile Telephone Product Specifications

Dimensions: 49 x 130 x 24mm
System: GSM
Card: SIM plug-in
Year of manufacture: 1994 Talk-time: 3h (Plus battery)
Stand-by time: 30h (Plus battery)
Battery: 950mAh Ni-Cad

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Created: 20th January 2007
Modified: 10th February 2007

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