Cingular launched the today for the bargain-basement price tag of $20 with service. As the successor to the Sony Ericsson Z520a
, which Cingular also offered, the Z525a offers much of the same feature package in a closely similar design. The only major change is that the Z525a now equipped with push-to-talk (PTT) capability for Cingular's burgeoning PTT network. Other offerings include Bluetooth, an infrared port, a VGA camera, world phone support, 16MB of internal memory, a speakerphone, text and multimedia messaging, and PC syncing.