Sony Ericsson W880i Black Love Music Think Music!

By: America Ebony

When "music" is the core of a phone it has to be Sony Ericsson. In the last couple of years Sony Ericsson has brought some terrific mobile phones into the market which are capable of delivering awe-inspiring sound output with every minute detail. Known as the "Walkman Series" mobile phones, these handsets have the potential to replace those expensive ipods and MP3 players. If you live on music, then, it will be wise on your part to try out these "music machines".

After a successful musical journey (still going strong) with music phones like W300i, W550i, W700i, W710i, W800i and W810i, Sony Ericsson now has come up with the all new W880i Black. The Sony Ericsson W880i Black is truly justified by the tag line "Max Music, Min Size". This is obvious as the handset measures only 103 x 46.5 x 9.4 mm and weighs a meager 71 grams. But you won't complain about the phone even a bit when you check its functionalities. Sound quality is "exceptional" as a Sony Ericsson trademark. Additional music features such as MegaBass, PlayNow and MusicDJ do work in truest sense of the word. TrackID helps you out in giving you information about the track that you are playing.

Other features of the handset are also praiseworthy. The handset tactfully carries features like sound recorder, speakerphone, 2 megapixel camera with flash and digital zoom, second VGA camera for video calling, Tri Band support, 3G connectivity, Bluetooth, Fast Port, GPRS, UMTS, USB, web browser, RSS Feeds, push email, 3D games, Java games etc. The Sony Ericsson W880i Black houses an internal memory of 16MB. And the good thing is that the handset bundles a 1GB memory card in the sales package. To wind up, the Sony Ericsson W880i Black is a decent bargain in the value segment.

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