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Sony Ericsson W850i: A 3G walkman phone
All of us are fond of music, and so digital music has become a big part of our lives. We have music around us whether we are in the car, at home or in the bus. The Sony Ericsson W850i is a mobile phone and a music device at the same time. If you receive a call while you are listening to music, the W850i will pause your music to allow you take the call.
The W850i is Sony Ericsson's first sliding format Walkman phone and an up-to-date 3G phone. The handset features a 2 megapixel camera plus secondary video calling camera, an expandable memory and stereo Bluetooth plus the Walkman multimedia suite and an FM radio in addition to its digital music capabilities.
The Sony Ericsson W850i mobile phone makes surfing the web a fast and satisfying experience. The Netfront browser gives you an excellent internet browsing experience. The handset also supports MMS that allows you to send pictures, animations, sounds in your message. It presents a more intuitive user interface and makes it easy to search and play tracks as well as download them.
The key features of W850i are:
• It is 3G enabled which means that you can make video calls as well as voice calls and enjoy faster internet surfing
It has Walkman version 2.0, that is an enhanced music player with TrackID music recognition software.
A 2megapixel camera, 16MB internal memory with Sony Duo Pro memory slot, complete with 1GB memory card, expandable up to 8GB.
The handset has an easy-to-use image editing PC software. You can also create multiple photo albums, add effects, send email with impressive images to anywhere in the world. The W850i lets you to identify and buy music in a new and spontaneous way. This new Walkman 2.0 player has some cool new features to take the mobile music experience to the next level.
About the Author: Keith Rickwood is Webmaster of Mobile Rainbow.This website deals in contract mobile phones and Sim free phones on major six mobile phone networks in UK.