Thursday, August 9, 2007

Sony Ericsson W960i Specifications N Best Buy

Latest Sony Ericsson touch’n'play Walkman phone comes with an impressive 8GB of internal memory touch screen which supports 262,000 colours. Highly capable W960i 3G comes in a super stylish vinyl black coloured casing measure 109 x 55 x 16 mm this touch’n'play Walkman phone highest quality music features and you can store eight thousand songs in handset.

Sony Ericsson W960i screen is measuring 2.6 Inches & provides a screen resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, displays colours up to 262k. You enjoy listening to their favourite radio station with built in FM radio. The phone supports MP3, polyphonic & AAC ringtones which provides the user with a wide choice of sound on their handset. The user can use the Mega Bass™ feature allows the user to enjoy high quality bass frequencies through the phones speakers or when using the headphones.We get TV quality video playback with Sony Ericsson W960i.

Sony Ericsson W960i 3.2 megapixel is a 3 x digital zoom camera we can capture photos or video footage.

Sony Ericsson W960i is fully 3g phone you can enjoy face to face 3G video call with any 3G video calling compatible, Bluetooth technology, WLAN & USB which provides the user with a selection of connectivity options on their phone and download file with wireless connection and a USB cable.

Sony Ericsson W960i is Tri Band work on GSM 900/1800/1900) UMTS 2100 network coverage. When you are away from their PC you can send mail by Sony Ericsson W960i and do chat online. The flight mode feature allows the user to access a selection of non transmitted features whilst on a plane or in other restricted areas.
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Sony Ericsson W960i Specifications & Features
Screen 2.6 Inch 262k Touch Screen (240 x 320 Pixels)
Imaging 3.2 Megapixel Camera, 3 x Digital Zoom, Camera Settings, Video Player, Video Record, Video Clip
Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Sound Recorder
Sound Walkman Music Player, Album Art, FM Radio RDS, MP3 & AAC Tones, Mega Bass, Bluetooth Stereo
Entertainment Java™ Games, 3D Games, Embedded Games
Organiser Phone Book, Alarm Clock, Flight Mode, Speakerphone, Handwriting Recognition
Connectivity 3G, Bluetooth, USB,WLAN
Network Tri Band Technology (GSM 900/1800/1900) UMTS 2100
Memory & Talk Time 8 Gbytes Memory, 9 Hours Talk Time 370 Hours Standby
Weight & Size 119 g, 109 x 55 x 16 mm

Monday, August 6, 2007

Sony Ericsson W580i Review and Specification

This is very much of an extended fever that mobile phone manufacturer Sony Ericsson plans to inflict upon the music lovers scattered throughout the world. Why else would it be so hell bent on releasing one after another phone in its Walkman series so vehemently? Whatever the reason, but the recently introduced Sony Ericsson W580i grey in the Walkman series seems like a desperate attempt by the manufacturer to keep the fanfare going strong. Not that the popularity of the Walkman series is slumping down in the market. From what seems indicative from the mobile phone market, music lovers still practice undulated inclination for some phones under the Walkman series. But, there is a certain limit to the number of phones a manufacturer should construct to keep a tab on things running haywire. The release of the Sony Ericsson W580i is one instance of things getting a bit out of hand.

What seems quite unreasonable a move on the part of the manufacturer is the fact that the Sony Ericsson W580i black hardly contains any different stuff to make it such a fresh new arrival in the market. The phone still isn't any better in terms of the photography prowess than its previous counterparts. All that the Sony Ericsson W580i flaunts for photography lovers is a meagre 2.0 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom that is not enough to impress beholders in the present day. Even the Walkman music player is quite the same as what had been offered earlier with enhancing features like Mega Bass, Track ID and Music DJ. What's more, the slider phone, which looks much the same as several of the manufacturer's earlier creations is not even enabled with the much revelled 3G technology.

Nothing really spectacular sets the Sony Ericsson W580i apart from its Walkman predecessors, which is what rouses my doubts about the manufacturer's business strategy.

Key Feature Specification of Sony Ericsson W580i

Screen 262k TFT Colour Screen (240 x 320 Pixels)
Imaging 2 Megapixel Camera, 4 x Digital Zoom, Video Player, Video Record
Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Sound Recorder
Sound Walkman® Music Player, FM Radio RDS, Polyphonic Ringtones, MP3 & AAC Tones, Bluetooth® Stereo
Weight & Size 94 g, 99 x 47 x 14 mm
Memory & Talk Time 12 Mbytes Memory plus, 9 Hours Talk Time, 370 Hours Standby
Internet Access NetFront, Web Browser
Network Quad Band Technology (GSM 850/900/1800/1900)
Connectivity EDGE, Bluetooth, USB, Fast Port, GPRS, Modem