Sony Ericsson W950i: Music in Its Veins

By: Samuel Herrick

The Sony Ericsson W950i represents the apex of the hugely popular Walkman line up of music centric phone from Sony Ericsson. Quite obviously, the Sony Ericsson W950i incorporates the best of the feature compared to any other Walkman phones. Infact, the Sony Ericsson W950i is the first, and currently the only smart phone from the Walkman family with Symbian operating system v9.1 and UIQ 3.0 interface.

The handset borrows its looks from one of the company's business solution - the Sony Ericsson M600i. Thus the Sony Ericsson W950i looks like a PDA with a touch screen and dimensions reading as 106 x 54 x 15 mm. This Mystic purple coloured mobile phone is very easy to operate. Apart from navigation through stylus on its large, TFT based touch screen, the Sony Ericsson W950i also has the convenience of Handwriting Recognition and Jog Wheel. Considering the device's 3G capabilities, its weight of 112 grams is next to nothing.

The handset supports triband GSM mobile network apart from 3G (UMTS) networks. In absence of 3G, the Sony Ericsson W950i uses its embedded GPRS technology to provide you with mobile internet at a decent speed. The handset features an Opera 8.0 web browser for hassle free surfing of WAP 2.0, xHTML and HTML web pages. Being the leader of Walkman phones, the Sony Ericsson W950i exhibits great media playback skills. Loaded with an upgraded Walkman media player v2.0, the mobile phone plays media files of Mp3, AAC and MPEG4 formats with immense clarity.

Its massive flash memory pool of 4GB makes sure that none of your favourite tracks or videos is left out due to insufficient memory. Download as many songs as you want from the Internet via 3G/GPRS, or locally through Bluetooth and USB. Enjoy them on a pair of Bluetooth stereo wireless headset or any of your preferred headphones - after all, the Sony Ericsson W950i is all about mobile music without any compromise.

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