Se W850i - Enjoy the Beat of Music

By: Caitlin Lucy

Powered by yet another breakthrough technology, the new Sony Ericsson W850i leaves all competition behind when it comes to walkman phones. The phone is an addition to their already existing genre of walkman phones, albeit a twist with its new slider mechanism. The round smooth edges makes the phone look gorgeous and also provides a feel good factor to hold it in your palm. Sony Ericsson W850i is essentially launched to rock the world of music enthusiasts. And brings great impacting music with its dense features like - Gracenote music softwares, latest walkman player 2.0, media player, FM radio, FM radio RDS, polyphonic ring tones with music DJ, user-friendly interface and a storage capacity upto 4GB. This phone has an internal memory of 16 MB, which is further expandable upto 1GB, through an expandable memory card.

The phone can be operated with much ease. While the player supports several music format including e-AAC+, it also offers easy navigation through different genre of music. Besides, an intuitive interface makes searching, downloading and playing of track very easy. The music lovers also get a Blue tooth wireless technology, helping them share and connect it with any compatible device. Another advancement in this phone is the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System).

Along with this, the phone is endowed with 3G and has a 2.0 Mega pixels camera. With improved graphic capabilities, the pictures prove sharp and bright, when viewed through its 262K TFT colour screen. The fast internet access further helps in maintaining connectivity, and caters to multiple business requirements. The phone is available in two colours - Precious black and Golden white, and comes with illuminated keypads. All in all, it is a good phone, ensuring that the musical experience is not compromised with the new Sony Ericsson W850i.

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