Sony Ericsson W880i Black: a Musical Spree

By: Jack Daniel

The Sony Ericsson's W series is well known as Walkman series. The new launches from the brand have focused on slim phones and high-end multimedia functions. Hitting the boredom of people handset W-series focus more on to music features.

Keeping the user occupied with phone, new Sony Ericsson W880i comes packed in an incredible miniature size. The handset measures 103mm in height, 46.5mm in width and 9.4 mm in thickness. The feather-weight of 71 grams is easy to hold and slips easily into users pocket and purse. The handset comes in choice of two colour casing namely steel silver metallic casing that provides eye catching looks and other comes in super stylish flame coloured casing. The music phone oozes style and sophistication to attain the attention of onlookers.

The Walkman phone Sony Ericsson W880i black is enriched with 2.0 music player that comes with music features like Music DJ for melody composer, Play Now for selecting ring tone feature, Mega Bass and Track ID for music identification. The Track ID feature of Walkman phone allows to record few second of a track and then Track ID provides list of song, artist and album. The Mega Bass feature provides perfect sound and bass for music. The handset comes with a good music player that supports popular music formats like AAC, eAAC, AAC+ and WMA. Other than advanced music functions, phone is enriched with 3G technology, mega pixel camera, multi-media messaging, preloaded Java games and web Browser.

Besides music, the 3G phone Sony Ericsson W880i comes with plethora of messaging options, integrated web browser, Bluetooth, infrared and many PIM features. Th digital camera feature allows the user to capture, store and save their memories in their phone. Moreover, to bring an element of fun handset comes with colourful pictures, animated wallpapers and screensavers.

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