Monday, May 28, 2007

Sony Ericsson W880i

Before the launch of Sony Ericsson's 'Walkman series' no one would have thought that mobile phones could be sold simply on the basis of its musical prowess. After all, till that time music was just another additional entertainment feature included in the talking gadgets. And now such is the market dynamics that the calibre of iPod is challenged before the mettle of these (phones under 'Walkman series') mini musical dynamites. Sony Ericsson W880i is one of the most talked about phones under the genre, and also one of the thinnest in the market. It measures 103 x 47 x 9.4 mm and weighs only 71 g. The phone is endowed with neat ergonomics, advanced functionalities, user-friendly design and impressive usability.

Candy bar in form, the Sony Ericsson W880i is enriched with multimedia so that the user can indulge himself in the whirlpool of music. The handset uses music player version 2.0, that is compatible with all popular music formats like MP3, AAC, and AAC+, E-AAC +, WAV, WMA, M4A and MIDI file formats. The user interface is improved and so is the sound quality. Besides, features like music DJ melody composer and PlayNow add to the ecstasy. The handset has dedicated buttons for music control, which are tactile as well.

But Sony Ericsson W880 is not only about music, it is also a dynamic communication tool. The handset comes with an integrated built-in camera, with digital zoom and photo settings. The camera not only allows you to take still photos but also enabled you to take part in active video conferencing. Moreover, there are wide options for recording, playing and streaming videos. For connectivity, Sony Ericsson W880i has tri-band network and 3G capability. While for sharing, sending and synchronizing data, the phone offers the versatility of Bluetooth, USB and UMTS. Features like SMS, MMS and email further helps the users to make quick conversations and exchange useful information. Sony Ericsson W880i also has flight mode feature and business card exchange, as additional features.

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