Sony Ericsson W880i: Hip Looks, Rocking Sound

By: Adam Caitlin

After a mobile phone manufacturer manage to put everything that the present day mobile technology has to offer in their mobile phones, the next logical step is to make it smaller. Sony Ericsson has done exactly the same with their Walkman phones. Following the 3G Walkman phone - the Sony Ericsson W850i, Sony Ericsson has now offered the same number of function in a 9.4 mm thick handset - the Sony Ericsson W880i.

For unknown reasons, this winning joint venture between Japanese consumer electronics giant and Swedish telecom player has not jump the slim bandwagon. With the launch of the Sony Ericsson W880i, other players in the slim segment are in for some fierce competition. The Sony Ericsson W880i is not just thin and light at mere 71 grams but includes 3G technology over and above its evolved music playing capabilities. Available in Flame Black and Silver Steel, the Sony Ericsson W880i can appeal to all demographic section - people with different needs and wants. The handset is fashionably small, includes high grade multimedia functions, potent connectivity tools and a host of office application.

Being a member of the world renowned Walkman phone family, the Sony Ericsson W880i invariably is a great music player. Its 16 Mb of internal memory is next to nothing compared to the featured Walkman media player v2.0 so its manufacturers have thoughtfully included a 1GB memory card with the standard pack. Multiple media format support, 3.5mm audio jack adopter, A2DP profile for wireless Bluetooth stereo headset, playlist and graphic equalizer and a lot more premium music feature justifies the 'W' of the Sony Ericsson W880i.

The handset's vast feature list includes a 2.0 megapixel camera module and a secondary VGA camera to take part in 3G video calling. You can fall back to 'traditional' mode of mobile internet connectivity via the Sony Ericsson W880i's on board Class 10 GPRS technology. Exchange of data or synchronization is fast and easy through Bluetooth and USB.




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