Mobile Phones, Mobile Phone Offers , Sim Free Phones

By: Keith Rickwood

The Sony Ericsson P990i is an executive or business phone which lets you stay in touch both through phone calls and email and other messaging systems. The screen of P990 sports an improved resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a 262K colour depth with impressive brightness and clarity. The P990 looks very similar to the earlier Sony Ericsson smartphones but a 2 megapixel camera phone is added to it, plus there are Walkman-quality music features, excellent office tools, and best of all, full WiFi connectivity. The Sony Ericsson P990i offers touchscreen input together with a full QWERTY keyboard, exceptional messaging and connectivity options, a great range of software, and hardware 3D graphics accelerator.

The Sony Ericsson P990i mobile phone is the first smartphone to adopt Symbian OS v9.1 and the UIQ 3 software platform. The phone supports tri-band GSM and 3G connectivity, InfraRed, Bluetooth, USB, SMS and WLAN. There is a MP3 player, and has a dedicated music button on its side to switch the phone over to music mode. The phone also comes with a stereo FM radio capable of supporting 20 different channels, as well as RDS. The Sony P990 supports SyncML, so synchronization of your contacts and events can be made with PC-based applications. The Web browser, one of its best features is great offering offers the ability to browse the internet with full HTML pages. There is 80MB of internal user memory and a 64 MB Memory Stick which is included in the box. The battery life of the phone is much improved with a claimed 15 hours of talk time and about 17 days (400 hours) on standby.

The smartphone P990i features a web and email client, a calendar and will also allow you to create and modify Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. Files can be synchronised with a PC by USB and connectivity comes from 3G or Wi-Fi.

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