Sony Ericsson W890i: the Music Lovers Friend

By: Mark Hirst

The Sony Ericsson W890i is indeed a much more slimmer and sexier than its predecessor. The W890i has a thickness of about 10 millimeter which would make it very pocket friendly. It is also very light which only weigh at 78g which would make you think that you left it at home.

When it was release, it made a good impression because it resembled like a music phone with the size of an iPod Nano. The W890i has 10 selection keys which would fit a crammed adult thumbs. The keys are well raised to provide better definition.

The Sony Ericsson W890i is like a Walkman player. It has a capacity of about 2GB. It is bundled with an M2 2GB memory card. Unlike the previous model, the W890i now is HSDPA enabled. The data speeds will now be at 3.6Mbps which is way faster than the 3G speeds of the previous model. This extra speed will be in handy for fast over the air music download. The camera resolution is also improved, from 2 to 3.2 megapixel. There is also an RSS Web ticker feature which is very handy for scrolling headlines without the use of the browser. There is also a PC suite bundled software that comes with the package. It is very useful in transferring and converting music from the computer to the handset.

The W890i internal speaker produces very loud and clear sounds. The messaging tools and services, which include the RSS feeds and e-mails, are very fascinating. Battery life is always a big issue for a music phone. Music playbacks really utilize a lot of electricity on the battery's phone. However, in W890i, the battery surprisingly will last about an average of four days even with the use of music playback.

If you like the combination of a phone and a music player, then the Sony Ericsson W890i is the right one for you. Even though it's not that perfect, it is exceptionally superior to the previous models.

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