The SO-2510 is at the moment the world’s smallest satellite phone. It’s comparable in size to the, once so popular, Nokia 3510 cell phone. It works in the Thuraya satellite network, but unlike it’s cousins, the SG-2520 smartphone and the Hughes 7101, it does not have dual (GSM and satellite) mode.
Dimensions: 118 x 53 x 18.8 mm (4.6 x 2.1 x 0.7 inches) without antenna, 140 mm (5.5 inches) high with antenna.
Weight: 150g (5.3 oz)
Screen: 65,000 color display, 128 x 128 pixels (1.5 inch)
Battery: 2h 20 min talk time and 50 h standby time
GPRS: terrestrial (GSM) and satellite
GPS: built in
Operating System: VXWORKS
Java, Bluetooth and USB connectivity