Sony Ericsson P1i – work smart

Mix work with pleasure with the Sony Ericsson P1i. The handset is stylish and packed with efficient features to make smart like your smartphone – the Sony Ericsson P1i. It unmistakably related to the M600i. The size of both is almost identical and so is the design. The all-matte black or white casing now comes with two-tone silver and glossy black, while the keys are matte and have a nice feel.

The Sony Ericsson P1i features a touch screen and a QWERTY board. A sleek stylus is given to navigate the menu, and to input text. One useful feature that comes with text input is the handwriting recognition service. The Symbian operating system allows the users to view and edit office applications on the move. And with the power of 3G, you get the desired downloading speed, for day to day applications. And if you would rather want more applications, then download GPS and get track of all your whereabouts.

You can also download critical travel information and security application. Other highlights of this smartphone are business card scanning, voice memo, handsfree and organisers. For some fun and entertainment, the handset comes with 3.15 MP camera, with auto focus and video flash. There is also a secondary VGA videocall camera. There is a media player and good options for games and ringtones. The phone offer a talk time of 10 hours with a standby time of 440 hours.

Out of the box, the Sony Ericsson P1i Sim Free comes with A 512MB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) unit, a portable handsfree, a desk stand and an extra stylus. Plus PC software and a USB cable for easy synchronisation. Sony Ericsson P1i is indeed useful and powerful handset – apt for the businessmen in the contemporary times. It has enough scope to get it loaded with your desired applications and unleash its full potential.

Sony Ericsson K810i: Endowed with some highly ace ergonomics and neat looks

Sony Ericsson's camera phone range has not only changed the dynamics of the market, but also revolutionised the way we imagine the capabilities of a camera mobile. In an effort to bring out nothing short of best, Sony Ericsson has consistently pushed the boundaries between mobile phones and standalone digital cameras. Be it the K750i's auto focus, or K800i's flash, the manufacture have made a special impact every time, they hit the road.

With this pedigree there is no wonder that the next in the line- Sony Ericsson K810i is endowed with some highly ace ergonomics and neat looks. The main difference between Sony Ericsson K810i and its predecessor is the design. Our new model comes with a glossy front section, just to ensure it is not left behind in the race of shiny fashion phones. Further, there is also a rather interesting keypad that features small circular silver keys.

Sony Ericsson K810i comes with a 3.2 MP camera – same as that of its predecessor. The camera also auto-focus and xenon flash. In terms of camera software, the Sony Ericsson K810i allows you to make videos as well, in addition to sending pictures to friends via MMS, email or blog them to a Blogger blog. Probably the only difference here is a feature called Photo Fix that automatically adjusts light balance, brightness and contrast.

Most of the other features of this handset is pretty straight forward. There's Bluetooth and support for A2DP), 3G connectivity and infrared, a VGA camera for video calling, a competent MP3 player, an expandable Memory Stick Micro M2 slot, support for IMAP4 email accounts and POP3, an RSS feed reader, an FM radio and a Web browser. Sony Ericsson K810i comes through as a good device but there are some points to ponder. Unfortunately there is no 3.5mm headphone adaptor in the box, and neither are the innovative keys very friendly. Nonetheless in terms of camera phones, you have got a good deal here. Let's watch the video of Sony Ericsson K810i

Sony Ericsson K850i: Sharpened Cyber Shooting!

There has been a lot of speculation about Sony Ericsson's reaction after the launch of a 5.0 megapixel camera phone from Nokia's N series. After all, in the camera phone category, the only company that has posed serious challenge to Nokia's domination is the Sony Ericsson. During the launch of N95, Sony Ericsson K810i was released without any improvement on the camera resolution as compared to its earlier model K800i/K790i.

Many criticized this move and even commented on Sony Ericsson loosing the race for the best camera phone to Nokia's N series camera phones. With the release of the Sony Ericsson K850i – a CyberShot phone with a massive 5.0 megapixel camera, the company has put all such doubts to rest. The Sony Ericsson K850i represents the cream of our technology in mobile and digital imaging. Although it is very important to have a high resolution camera, there are many other criteria that are important to shoot a great picture or video.

The Sony Ericsson K850i has most of them. The handset boasts of autofocus, digital zoom, an automatic Xenon flash, three LED video light for recording at night and many more such aids. Select the best out of nine stills shot in quick succession with its BestPic feature or improve underexposed pictures instantly with Photo fix – the Sony Ericsson K850i is not just a camera, but a whole studio. The handset shoots videos at thirty frames per second – double than the industry norm of fifteen. You can upload the stills and videos that you have shot with the Sony Ericsson K850i using the handset's preset for video and mobile blogging.

However, the Sony Ericsson K850i is not only about imaging. The handset is loaded with HSDPA technology that can achieve much higher data speed than 3G. From quad band GSM mobile network connectivity to GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and USB – the Sony Ericsson K850i is a master of both voice and data connectivity.

Sony Ericsson W580i: the sleek entertainer

Another new arrival to the Walkman family. This time, it is a slider, high on sleek quotient while maintaining everything that made Walkman phone a phenomenon – high music playback quality. The Sony Ericsson W580i is a direct result of its manufacturers resolve to offer a Walkman solution to every price segment. A look at the Sony Ericsson W580i will give you a rough idea about its target audience – the young and fashion conscious crowd of both the sexes.

The Sony Ericsson W580i is a sleek slider that measures 99 x 47 x 14 mm and weighs just 94 grams. The front fascia of the mobile phone is dominated by a 2 inch TFT screen that can produce more than 262k colours across its 240 x 320 pixels. The Walkman logo in iconic orange colour affirms the handset's affiliation to the Walkman family. Colour solutions available for the Sony Ericsson W580i – Style white, urban grey and Boulevard black.

Being a Walkman phone, the Sony Ericsson W580i's finesse lies in its music playing skills. The handset is endowed with an upgraded Walkman media player v2.0 with many integrated features that were not found in the earlier version. TrackID feature of the updated player is a great way to find out more about a song's artist and other relevant information just by sending a part of its recording to the server.

Similarly, other features like playlist support, equalizer, MegaBass makes for a unique mobile music experience. The Sony Ericsson W580i's built in memory of 12 Mb seems paltry for a music solution, so is supplemented by a 512 Mb external memory card. One can further upgrade it up to 2GB.

The Sony Ericsson W580i supports quad band GSM mobile networks and changes its band automatically. The handset uses class 10 GPRS and EDGE technology for data connectivity and provides you with high speed mobile internet on the go. On board NetFront browser provides easy browsing and downloading experience. Local connectivity tools include Bluetooth v2.0 and USB 2.0 to connect and transfer data with compatible devices.

Get coming soon phones of Sony Ericsson W580i White and Sony Ericsson W580i Grey.

Sony Ericsson W660i: The new kid of Walkman series.

If music phones are in vogue these days, then Walkman series is certainly the taste of the season. Any dream feature, you would love to have in your mobile handset is already there in this highly powerful music family, which is here to take you on an ecstatic musical ride. The latest member of this music family is the Sony Ericsson W660i. It is not a different or somewhat superb phone than its predecessors in the Walkman family and its looks also match with the recent Sony Ericsson phones. Thus, you would find those popular navigation buttons and dedicated Walkman music buttons, which are fitted prominently above its keypad.

The Sony Ericsson W660i is a candy bar phone, which hoards lot of compatible functionalities with a 2 mega pixels camera, 512 MB of inbuilt memory, 3G technology, an FM radio, Bluetooth and audio streaming among others. So, it's overall profile is quite balanced between music features and latest functionalities. As such all the Walkman series phones are too good in looks and so does this new member. It has been perfected with a black colour to add that desired impact. On the other hand, it measures only 14.5mm in thickness, which makes it an easy to hold device.

This phone supports the 3G technology, which offers you a lightening fast Internet browsing experience. Hence, you can easily download all those heavy attachments in a real quick time. And let's take a toll on its highly talked about music features. It sports the latest TrackID feature, which enables you to get all the desired information about singer, album and genre. On the other hand, you can also send the clip to the popular Gracenote Mobile MusicID database with its TrackID feature to get more information about your kind of music. Its music player can support your favourite music in various popular formats. On the other hand, it is also supplied by a Memory Stick, which allows you to treasure all your stuff in the easiest possible way. So, enjoy your music to the fullest with the Sony Ericsson W660i.