Sony Ericsson W910i: the 3G Enabled High-profile Phone

By: Samuel Herrick

The sleek Sony Ericsson W910i "walkman" handset impresses the users with its touch display and 3G HSDPA technology. The users can enjoy their favorite music literally at their fingertips. With all the advanced features, the device ensures great music round the clock.

The W910i provides freedom to save and enjoy mellow pop, hard rock, hip hop and jazz without caring about the musical variations. The handset comes loaded with a music player and FM radio with RDS. The W910i can play music in almost all the popular formats including eAAC+, AAC, eAAC and WMA. Interestingly, one can store thousands of songs; and the walkman player can be used to manage music the way users want to. Moreover, the users can enjoy album art on the large phone TFT display to play the songs of their choice. For more on the entertainment front, the users can play the preloaded Java games.

The Sony Ericsson W910i comes with a 2.4 inches spacious colour display. The screen provides 240 x 320 pixel resolution and up to 262K colours on the large display. The wide screen can be easily viewed either in the horizontal or the vertical positions.

The amazing phone comes with 3G HSDPA technology that provides high speed data transfers; the owners of this device can also perform more than one task, at a single point in time. One can enjoy both 3G video calls as well as broadband speed Internet access. The EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth and USB port provides fast data transfers. The W910i holds the capacity to store phone book entries, music, photos, video and messages, as it comes with 40MB of internal memory. For more storage requirement, one can upgrade the memory by MicroSD memory card.

One can talk freely on the Sony Ericsson W910i, as it is works with the quad-band technology. Moreover, the battery provides approximately 9 hours of GSM talktime and 400 hours of standby battery time, when fully charged.

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