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Sony Ericsson K850, W910 and W960 – CyberShot and Walkman

Posted by skraghav on June 19, 2007

Sony Ericsson K850i Cybershot phone

  • Cybershot 5 Mpx
  • Xenon Flash
  • 2.2″ 262,000 colour screen
  • BestPict / Photo Fix / Pictbridge.

se-k8501.jpgCamera sounds nice, good to see HSDPA in a Sony Ericsson phone, but the small screen and its limited colour range is disappointing, particularly for a phone so focused on photography. Mind you, a 5 megapixel CyberShot camera phone with xenon flash should be capable of some excellent photos.

Sony Ericsson W910 Walkman phone specification

  • Slider
  • Walkman 3.0
  • 2 megapixel camera
  • 86 grammes

sony-ericssonw910-lg.jpgOther than the use of HSDPA, comes with the version 3.0 of the Walkman player. The new feature Shake control will allow W910 users to skip tracks backwards and forward with a mere shake of their handset. A double shake back and forth shuffles the current playlist. The Shake control will add new dimensions to mobile gaming too. The Sony Ericsson W910 comes also with the PC synchronization software called Sony Ericsson Media Manager.

Sony Ericsson W960 Walkman phone specification

  • WiFi
  • UMTS (not HSDPA)
  • Walkman Touch Player
  • Symbian UIQ 3.1
  • 3.2 megapxiel camera
  • 119 grammes
  • 2.6 inch touchscreen

w960.jpgBigger camera, touchscreen, integrated WiFi. The Sony Ericsson W960 is the next Walkman in line but this time it’s powered by the Symbian OS with the UIQ user interface – much like the W950 Walkman phone and all other Sony Ericsson smart phones. W960 is only by few millimeters larger than the original W950 while offering a number of hardware enhancements such as an integrated camera, double the internal memory and 3G support with video calls.


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