Sony Ericsson P990i - 3G Power at the Tip of your Fingers

By: Samuel Herrick

Mobile phones have developed with the passage of time. The large and bulky handsets of yesteryears have given way to slick and sophisticated mobile phones of today. There has also been a concomitant increase in the capabilities of the aesthetically designed mobile phones. For instance, it has become possible to use many of the latest mobiles as digital cameras or music players. One development that is worth mentioning in this context is the design and development of third generation (3G) mobile phones. The Sony Ericsson P990i is one such 3G handset that has been received with a lot of enthusiasm in different parts of the world.

The Sony Ericsson P990i comes with some very amazing features and capabilities. A user of this mobile phone can make video calls and view the expressions on the face of loved ones as they "connect" with them in real time. He can capture special moments from day-to-day life using the 3.2 mega pixel digital camera that is built into the design of this Sony Ericsson mobile. He is sure of getting great images even in suboptimal conditions - thanks to the 2.5x digital zoom, photo light and auto focus that are a part of the in-built camera options. He can also record video clips and share them with friends and colleagues as MMS messages.

As a matter of fact, the messaging capabilities of the device are quite extensive. With SMS, MMS, EMS, and Push email options, users have a lot of flexibility in sending messages. There is also an in-built media player that one could use to listen music. Other useful capabilities of this handset include handwriting recognition and options pertaining to document reading & picture recognition. With Bluetooth, Infrared, USB, GPRS and WLAN connectivity, the Sony Ericsson P990i is fast turning out to be quite the gadget to acquire and use.

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