Se W950i: Excellent Music. Outstanding Performance

By: Keith Rickwood

With more competitor's in the mobile market throwing MP3 handsets, Sony Ericsson is also busy in giving a tough fight to its counterparts with the launch of a series of Walkman phones. The recent introduction of SE W950i is one such move. This thin and sleek phone in Mystic Purple colour catches user's attention in the crowd. Though the handset has been designed based on Sony Ericsson's own M600, but the Walkman phone has added more music features and memory space.

The 3G handset comes with UMTS enabled device and 4GB of in-built storage; the design is strengthened by the keypad which is flushed with the surface, touch screen for simple navigation, playlists, music albums and lots more. With an orange back light in the keypad - the phone brings life to the music keys.

The handset is more than a music phone with more features including email, mobile Internet and high performance entertainment applications. The W950i is enriched with the new Symbian v9.1 and UIQ 3.0 platform - allows more applications to download. The tri-band handset also brings Bluetooth, infrared, USB 2.0 mass storage, WAP 2.0 XHTML and more.

As far as music quality and features are concerned, the Sony Ericsson W950i is one of the outstanding achievements by the manufacturer with more unique and advanced features. With 4GB of hard drive, the phone allows to store up to 4,000 songs. The Walkman phone delivers high quality sound that makes listening to music a real experience. With graphic rich interface, the Walkman player makes it easy to navigate music library by song, artists or playlists. The phone can be used for multitasking such as messaging, emailing, browsing the Internet and listening to music - all at a time.

Users can also enjoy web browsing, video streaming to 3D gaming and sharing of files - the Walkman phone is very compact and light in weight (112g) and user-friendly. This phone is suitable for all from music lover to techno savvy.

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