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Sony Ericsson W900

Sony Ericsson W900
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Sony Ericsson's latest 3G Walkman phone - the W900

The versatile swivel design makes it easy to multitask between the W900's

many functions, a feature which gives the phone an advantage over dedicated

music players. The direct music buttons get the user swiftly into the

Walkman player where it is possible to scroll through play lists, artists or

individual songs. Users fed up with missing calls because they are listening

to music will love the fact that the phone's ringtone cuts into the audio

and pauses the track while the user takes the call

The phone swivels open automatically with the lightest of touches, revealing

a large keypad. Virtually all functions can be performed with the phone

closed, and users can read messages or search through their music library

without opening the phone

More than a fully featured music player, the W900 is a highly advanced

imaging and multimedia device with broadband-fast download speeds, smooth,

responsive browse capabilities and a large, 2.2 inch QVGA 262K TFT screen,

one of the brightest ever seen on a mobile phone

The 2 Megapixel, autofocus camera with LED flash- or picture-light is

perfect for capturing priceless moments and, thanks to the Sony Ericsson

dual fronted design, is operated with both hands in a horizontal position

for maximum stability. The camera also shoots video at up to 30fps (frames

per second), double the speed of most conventional imaging phones and the

playback quality threshold for television

The W900's large internal 470MB user free memory provides space for between

120 and 240 songs. The storage capacity is easily increased however by

inserting a Memory Stick PRO Duo, currently available in retail outlets at

up to 2GB, giving space for up to 1,000 tracks. Music files can be stored in

all the key formats: MP3, AAC or AAC+, MIDI, WAV and XMF

Note: By the way did you just notice a dramatic improvement in the picture

quality on the last few (much needed) updates? That's because I've just

switched from the Sony Ericsson K700 to a Motorola RAZR V3 Black Edition...

to the my latest love, the Sony Ericsson W800i with 2 mega pixel auto focus

camera! Yeay

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