Sony Ericsson W850i: a Sliding Walkman Phone

By: Caitlin Lucy

Sony Ericsson is consistently endeavoring to expand its consumer base by regularly updating its product portfolio. With the introduction of Sony Ericsson W850i, the company has also entered the slider music phone category. Improving its production facilities and making huge investments in research and development, the manufacturer has managed to bring up more models in to the market. The company is competing hard with top manufacturers and has been successful in many a models. The Sony Ericsson W850i is empowered with latest 3G(third generation) UMTS technology but the biggest selling point of this phone is its exhaustible set of music features.

Add to it the slider form factor and you have a handset which is high on music, good on technology and with plenty of style. Available in white, golden and black coloured casing, the handset has been able to grab attention from mobile users. An illuminating and user-friendly keypad makes typing texts very intuitive. To help you listen to your favourite tracks, the handset has been loaded with a Walkman Player 2.0 with TrackID support which makes navigating through various music genres, individual songs and play lists as easy as it gets. The music player supports many file formats including MP3 and AAC. A RDS FM radio completes the high musical profile of this mobile phone.

The handset has support for 1GB of memory stick PRO Duo which is It can further expandable up to 4GB to stock all your favourite tracks, tunes and images. The Sony Ericsson W850i also has good imaging capabilities. A 2.0 mega-pixel camera with 4x digital zoom shoots good quality snaps. You also have a VGA camera to capture motion pictures. Share images with friends via MMS and other sharing options available in the device. Fast Internet and data transfer makes Sony Ericsson W850i a multi-utility device.

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