Saturday, September 08, 2007

Sony Ericsson K810i – music that shoots too

Sony Ericsson K810i is the fourth phone in the Walkman series, and does quite good to further carry the strong reputation of its lineage. The handset remains more or less same as its predecessor Sony Ericsson K810i, save some few minor changes. To being with Sony Ericsson K810i comes has lost 1mm as compared to its elder sibling.

Essentially a music phone, the Sony Ericsson K810i comes with enhanced music prowess to ensure that there is no compromise when it comes to beats and ecstasy. The handset comes dressed in black with a contrast coloured interface, thus there reflects a vibrant and youthful feel from the device – making it just perfect to be music phone.

The music player of Sony Ericsson K810i is of advance quality. It bears Sony's trademark Mega Bass for audio enhancements, and comes complete with an equalizer. While Music DJ, PlayNow and MegaBass empowers the users to edit, the option of Disc 2 Phone makes transferring of music from computer to the handset, quite easy. Moreso, the users of Sony Ericsson W810i can also create song playlists and view tunes too.

Sony Ericsson K810i makes music really easy, and that's why it has 'a simple one-touch access to music playback'. There are short cut buttons to Play/Pause button on either sides of the handset. And more doze of music, the Sony Ericsson K810i features an FM radio, with support for RDS.

The headset of Sony Ericsson K810i comes in two parts – with a earphones and a 3.5mm audio port that connects to the phone. It has a memory of 20 MB that comes along with PRO Duo™ Memory.

Other features of this phone are pretty straightforward. There are good features for connectivity, messaging, download, talk time and yes photography. Surprisingly, the Sony Ericsson K810i has also won laurels for providing a brilliant 'clicking' pleasure.

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