Sony Ericsson W200i: ...and Music for All

By: Samuel Herrick

The Sony Ericsson W200i is an extremely important member of the highly popular Walkman series of music centric phone. Being marketed as a poor man's music solution, the success of the Sony Ericsson W200i is very critical to the success of the whole line up. That is because of the sheer size of the customer base this handset is aimed at. Realizing the enormity, its makers have made sure to squeeze as many features as they could to gain an upper hand over other mobile phone not necessarily just music solutions in its price band.

The Sony Ericsson W200i sports a simple mono block look and is available in two different colour solutions - Rhythm Black and Pulse White. The handset measures 101 x 44 x 18 mm and weighs mere 85 grams. This makes the Sony Ericsson W200i very comfortable to handle and carry in any pocket. The handset's design scheme has the unmistakable Orange colour and a Walkman logo, thus flaunting its music playing skills. Its UBC screen is about 1.8 inch in size and can produce more than 65k accurate and vibrant colours across its 128 x 160 pixels.

The handset is loaded with Walkman media player v1.0 like other handsets like W300i, W550i and W700i. Multiple media format playback support with other additional tools like graphic equalizer, MegaBass, play-list makes up for a highly intuitive mobile music experience, typical of a Walkman phone. The handset's in-built memory pool of 27 Mb is supplemented by a 128 Mb external M2 memory card that can be further upgraded according to your needs.

The Sony Ericsson W200i features an on-board VGA camera with video recording ability. You can use this triband phone to share pictures and videos with your near and dear ones through MMS and video messaging. Using the handset's embedded GPRS technology and browser, you may send emails, browse the web for desired information and download them if needed be. It's fascinating how much you can do with the Sony Ericsson W200i.

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