Sony Ericsson W880i: Slim Music Phone

By: Adam Caitlin

With technological advancement in the mobile industry, more advanced and feature rich phones are being launched by the companies. As a result, consumers are getting enough options to pick their choice. Also consumers needs and preferences are changing with time -- the latest trend is music phones. Though there are lots of music phone in the mobile phone market, but Walkman series phones from Sony Ericsson are getting huge popularity. These phones, in addition to its superb quality Walkman music, also come packed with additional mobile features to suit consumers busy and modern lifestyle.

Sony Ericsson has launched a series of Walkman phones.

The latest addition in the Walkman series portfolio is the most advanced phone, the . The device with 3G UMTS and Walkman Player 2.0 provides superb quality music as well as impeccable mobile connectivity. What's more, with 1GB of supported Memory Stick PRO - creates more rooms for your favourite music tracks.This 3G UMTS enabled device with Walkman player 2.0 provides a new and unique music experience. Simply click the dedicated music button and the your music starts. You can also search music through playlists, music albums and TrackID. Download online music or transfer music tracks from your PC - with 1GB of memory support, get more. And with an integrated FM radio - tune in and listen to all time hit music.

Moreover, the handset also comes equipped with a 2.0 mega-pixel camera. Capture the world and share pictures via MMS or email. The device is very lightweight at 72g and has a compact thickness of only 9.5mm. The Sony Ericsson W880i comes packed in a stainless steel mobile casing. The phone comes in two attractive colours, which include metallic and black. The Sony Ericsson W880i is simply a superb music mobile device. Play and listen to great music on the go.

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