Sony Ericsson W910i: With Best Music

By: Jack Daniel

Sony Ericsson's walkman phone rules the mobile market, especially when it comes to entertainment. The crystal clear sound of the Sony Ericsson W910i gives foot tapping music to all its users. In addition, the handset is enriched with some of the best mobile telephony features. The W910i is the first walkman mobile to usher in the 'next generation' players, with new desktop multimedia software, mood adapting playlist as well as intelligent controls. Moreover, it is the first ever Sony Ericsson phone that comes with HSDPA download speed.

Sony Ericsson's penchant for the slider form is increasing, after providing a shop full of candy bar and clamshell handsets. The Sony Ericsson W910i is a finest skater that slides with a smooth touch. It is a music device with high-profile 3G HSDPA capabilities that come in slim and sleek casing. As a matter of fact, the phone measures 12.5 x 99.5 x 50mm with only 86 grams in weight. The users can avail a choice of black and silver coloured casing with stainless steel details and contouring. On a wide 2.4 inch screen, the users can enjoy viewing the radio information as well as vibrant images.

The built-in a media player and a FM radio are marvelous in terms of features. With the help of the music management software, the users can manage their music easily. Moreover, this software is ideal for managing video clips and photo transfers as well. The easy-to-use controls provide a random selection feature from the playlist. Other important options of the W910i include PlayNow, TrackID and MegaBass. The built-in FM radio supports RDS that allows the users to enjoy their favourite radio stations, every time that they want to.

The Sony Ericsson W910i does not let you down, when it comes to the camera options as well. As a matter of fact, the phone is empowered with a 2 megapixel camera that is viewable in both slide open as well as closed position. The high-end connectivity options such as EDGE, Bluetooth, USB and synchronization PC provide data transfers at high speeds.

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