Sony Ericsson W850i: Musically Yours!!!

By: Adam Jaylin

Sony Ericsson W850i carries on the lineage of walkman branded mobile phones with its characteristic unflappable mannerism and ready to rock vocal capabilities. These words may seem to be heading towards a well composed (do we call it narcissism?) eulogy, they hold true, nonetheless. Let us talk across the features Sony Ericsson W850i has been built around and we would have a clear understanding of what Sony has come up with in terms of features and performance.

Sony Ericsson W850i is a 3G mobile phone which implies it is quite capable of high speed data transfer/connectivity and video calling. It hosts an array of tools to justify its 3G status and in doing so presents a whole lot of options (GPRS, 3G, USB, Bluetooth, infrared, WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront) browser) for data communication in between PC and handset.

Sony Ericsson W850i does not limit itself as a device excelling in connectivity features; rather justifies the reputation of walkman handset through what it offers. Inbuilt memory can be upgraded up to 4 GB through Memory stick duo pro cards and this is more than sufficient for music storage which suits your senses. Walkman 2.0 music player joins the party with its inimitable perfection in transmitting sound waves to absolute delight.

The 2 megapixels camera comes into picture as and when you summon it up. The high resolution, quality images captured through it can be stored in Sony Ericsson W850i's expandable memory and if the need be transferred to a PC or another handset. FM radio with RDS and a talk time of up to 7 hour could well prove to be more than the mere add-ons.

Sony Ericsson W850i neither claims superiority nor was it manufactured for this purpose. What it seeks is acceptance and seems to have found it with a global appeal.

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