Doro adds three handsets to PhoneEasy range


New 500 series of candybar mobiles go on sale, all with a new start-up feature to guide users through their phone

Senior handset manufacturer Doro has launched its new 500 series of mobile phones – the PhoneEasy 505, 510 and 515.

The PhoneEasy 505 (pictured left) costs £50 SIM-free from Currys and PC World and is available in black. It features just basic call and text functions.

The PhoneEasy 510 (pictured right) has a direct text message key. It costs £90 SIM-free from and is available in black and white.

The PhoneEasy 515 costs £110 and is available from Asda Mobile in black and white. It has a two megapixel camera, three direct memory and SMS buttons a memory card slot and is able to send and receive picture messages. It also comes with a charging cradle.

All three handsets come with large separated keys and are hearing aid compatible.

The 500 series also includes Doro’s new start-up wizard, allowing users to set the language, time, date, ring tone, volume, text size and screen contrast. This feature will be available on all future Doro handsets.

Doro UK and Ireland managing director Chris Millington said: “We’ve worked hard to make our new 500 series even more accessible and easy-to-use. The overall experience has been improved from the moment you open the box and switch your new Doro phone on. We have introduced our easy set up wizard to help remove barriers and hurdles.”