Trim Triband Phone Sony Ericsson W950

By: prabakar

Sony Ericsson introduced latest design cell phone Sony Ericsson W950. The phone supports regular playlists as well as automatic or dynamic playlists, so you can tell it to only play music that you've rated 5 stars and it'll do so. It's dynamic in that if you put a new track on the phone and rate it 5, it gets included in the playlist.

Sony Ericsson W950 has probably the best implementation of album art I've used yet in a handheld device: it takes any picture file in the folder with the music and shows it as the CD cover. Sound quality of the Sony Ericsson W950 is obviously up there with the best of the best. The phone comes with HPM-70 in ear phones that offer fantastic quality sound, very deep lows and cancel out most of the ambient noise, giving you an excellent music listening experience.

In the event that the provided earphones don't tickle your ear buds, you can always unplug them from the inline remote control which has a standard 3.5mm stereo socket into which you can plug in any headphones or earphones you want. For most people, however, the provided earphones will do just fine. The Sony Ericsson W950 Walkman phone plays back MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC, MP4 as well as WAV files. There is also an FM radio tuner in the phone which needs the wired handsfree connected to work as an antenna. Sony Ericsson W950 doesn't work in Bluetooth A2DP mode.

The Sony Ericsson Walkman series of phones are an exception. These phones are built from the ground up to support music playback - and it shows. The Sony Ericsson W950, a 3G phone currently the top of this range, has plenty of memory (4GB), an excellent touchscreen interface, FM radio tuning, quality earbuds, Bluetooth headphone support, a hands-free kit with playback controls and dedicated play controls on the phone itself. The large 240 x 320 screen is particularly bright, and the number pad is backlit for night use. It has no camera, which is a shame given its memory capacity (and really, for the price of the phone, you'd expect to get a camera).

The interface to browse through the music is typical Walkman: it sorts the tracks by artists, albums, songs, genres and a new mood setting. The mood can be set for each track, i.e. happy, sad etc., so if you've just broken up with your girlfriend or boyfriend, you can make the Walkman play all sad songs. The mood needs to be manually set for each track. You can even rate the music on a scale of one to five stars. Please purchase on online www.phoneandbeyond.com

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