Sony Ericsson has introduced two new HSDPA phones, the Z780 for markets outside of Europe and the G502 that's an "affordable" HSDPA offering for us lot.

The G502, described by the company as a "classic Sony Ericsson" is "compact" and "pocket-sized" but boasts HSDPA connectivty for fast downloading and browsing on the go.

The handset also offers Google Maps, easy email set-up and a 2-megapixel camera. It measures 109.0 x 46.0 x 13.5mm and weighs 84 grams.

The Z780 is "set to broaden the range of web-enabled phones into more markets across the globe", so is aimed at the lucrative developing markets such as India and Africa. It offers tri-band 3G and HSDPA in a clamshell frame and features built-in AGPS.

The Z780 will be available in grand onyx and amethyst silver, while the G502 gets champagne black and brilliant hazel options, both to be available in selected markets from Q2 2008.