Tiny Pocket Phone Sony Ericsson W880i Black
Sony Ericsson W880i announced in 2007,1Q. Sony Ericsson W880i sounded very good.Sony Ericsson W880i ring tone type is Polyphonic, MP3. Features of Sony Ericsson W880i are Java MIDP 2.0 ,Walkman player 2.0.
Network - UMTS / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
Announced - 2007,1Q
Weight - 71 g
Display Type - TFT, 256K colors
Display Size - 240 x 320 pixels, 1.8 inches
The Sony Ericsson W880i began as a Sony Ericsson initiative to create a thin phone, presumably to compete with Samsung's waif-ish lineup. At 9.4mm thin (0.4 inches), it may not be the thinnest candy bar available, but it is the thinnest Sony Ericsson phone, and is satisfyingly tiny in your pocket. The phone has a beautiful display, a 1.8-inch, 262,000-color, QVGA screen.
Calls on the Sony Ericsson W880i sounded very good. We had some trouble finding reception, probably radio frequency band issues on our local carrier. Where our domestic Cingular phones get reception in the subway and in Penn Station, the W880i dropped out completely. Still, when reception was available, it was usually four or five bars strong, and the phone always sounded clean.
The Sony Ericsson W880i features Bluetooth, a good speakerphone and voice tagging, though we prefer speaker-independent voice dialing.Additional Features of Sony Ericsson W880i are Java MIDP 2.0 ,Walkman player 2.0, TrackID music recognition,T9, Image viewer, Picture editor, Picture blogging, Organiser, Built-in handsfree, Voice memo/dial
Ring Tone Type - Polyphonic, MP3
Customization - Composer, download
Vibration - Yes
Phonebook - 1000 x 20 fields, Photo call
Call Records - 30 received, dialed and missed calls
Card Slot - Memory Stick Micro (M2), 1 GB card included
Battery - Standard battery, Li-Po 950 mAh (BST-33)
Standby - Up to 425 h
Talk-time - Up to 6 h 30 min
Colors pop, and the brilliant themes included with the phone are classy and dazzling at once. The phone's buttons are a sticking point for us. The number pad consists of tiny, rectangular buttons that protrude from the body. They aren't difficult to find with your finger, and offer more tactile feedback than many flat keypads we've seen, but they are so tiny that text input can be a hassle. . Please visit our http://www.phoneandbeyond.com for more information’s and images.
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