Nokia N82 and Sony Ericsson W960i, Media Comes Alive

By: Matt Sharp

Let's check out 2 wonder phones of the media age, the Nokia N82 and Sony Ericsson W960i.

Nokia N82 is said to be a candy bar device which would be attractive to look at. The manufacturers are hoping to make it a successor of Nokia N73. It is a Quad-Band GSM enabled device which is powered with the mighty HSDPA technology that allows to work around the globe with an excellent connectivity. Experience the perfect web browsing experience through this device, made possible with its Wi-Fi connectivity. The camera in this device would be a 5 Mega Pixels with a secondary VGA resolution camera which enables video calling in device.

To add to the already inflating population of music-centric phones, there is yet another mobile phone on offer from Sony Ericsson that seems to be nicely designed to match style concious music aficionados. However, against the run of play, the point to which all other music phones and their promises seizes to perform, the phone, with a name of Sony Ericsson W960i starts to deliver. It is newer, more powerful and encompasses many a functionalities within its slim and light weight entity.

Sony Ericsson W960i comes to you with advanced walkman player interface, multiple file format support, megabass, Bluetooth with A2DP, music tones in MP3 and AAC, PlayNow and TrackID features. Then there is a whopping 8 GB memory support to help you load thousands of choicest soundtracks. Now, for the ones already tired with seeing the long list of music specific features, this GSM/UMTS phone comes with another bulge of functionalities making it a camera specialist too. And with a 3.2 megapixel camera that comes with autofocus, photo light and 3X digital zoom, one can readily agree to vouch on the imaging prowess of Sony Ericsson W960i.

Both the Nokia N82 and Sony Ericsson W960i are available to pre-order now!

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