Sony Ericsson 960i: Impressively secretive

The sleek Sony Ericsson W960i Walkman phone impresses with its touch display and 8GB memory. The users of the phone can enjoy all the music literally at his/ her fingertips. He has the freedom to save and listen Mellow pop, Hard rock, Reggae, hip hop, and jazz without caring about the musical variation.

The Sony ericsson 960i can run music in the most popular format i.e in the eAAC+ format. Interestingly, users of the phone can store up to 8000 songs (eAAC+ format) in the phone. And there is Walkman touch player which lets user to manage their music the way they wished to. Enjoy album art on the large phone display and use your fingers to play the song you want.

There is another functionality in the phone that it comes equipped with. Users of the phone can enjoy entertainment that of the TV on the phone screen. There are options in the phone that the users can use, he can connect to the PC, synchronize and enjoy podcasts in the phone. All the software that the purchasers need - and a stereo headset - is included in phone kit.

Here are the specifications that the Sony Ericsson 960i comes with : Screen - 262,144 color touchscreen with 240x320 pixel; Memory - Phone memory 8 GB; Networks - GSM 900/ GSM 1800/ GSM 1900/ UMTS 2100; Sizes - 109 x 55 x 16 mm/ 4.3 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches; Weight - 119 gram/ 4.2 oz.

As per the Sony Ericsson website on this product is concerned, above mentioned are some of the features that the W960i is endowed with. The Sony Ericsson W960i is going to become a companion for the music enthusiasts and for those who love music and wants to carry along with them the music to anywhere and in any place.

There is absolutely no reasons that the mobile phone would not be a rage in the mobile world. It is worth mentioning, the tag of Walkman does carry a honest meaning to the users, and the mobile phone Sony Ericsson W960i is definitely going to make whirlwind . Let us see. How the product of Sony and Ericsson does in the market?

Sony Ericsson W850i white is the successor of Sony Ericsson W900i.

The Sony Ericsson W850in white heralds the new phase of Walkman phone evolution. It poses as the next start in the Sony Ericsson's string of hits, and redefines a music phone. The phone is the eighth device in the lineage and comes with many powerful and enhanced features, to offer greater amount of musical excitement.

The Sony Ericsson W850i is the successor of Sony Ericsson W900i. The handset comes with a novel slider mechanism – the first time to be seen in the series of Walkman phones. The slider not only provides a new fresh look, but also allows Sony Ericsson to break the monopoly of Samsung slider phones. One of the most notable features is the way the navigational pad blends into the phone. Like all other siblings, the Sony Ericsson W850i comes with user-friendly interface and a fantastic screen display and brightness.

The Sony Ericsson W850i white is a 3G device. Thus, it allows for two-way video calling. The front side is loaded with a VGA camera, while at the back a 2 MP camera is located. For storing the digital tracks and multimedia features, the Sony Ericsson W850i white comes with MemoryStick ProDuo card slot. This feature also helps upgrade the model to a 3G device.

The Sony Ericsson W850i white is the first Walkman phone to possess the new version 2.0 of its proprietary player. This comes with some marked improvements and one would just love to explore it. To begin with, it has polished graphic icons, with neat lines that connect the sub-section through the sliding screen. This also gives the users access to the Sony Ericsson W850i white's new full-track download service.

As a part of PlayNow, the music store gets updated each week with about ten artists. Another feather worth notice in Sony Ericsson W850i white is the album art support. Here, when the user’s transfers songs from the PC to the phone, the available album artwork is also gets downloaded, together with the song names. Not to forget to mention, the TrackID adds special flavour. Further, the Sony Ericsson W850i white has the A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) Bluetooth profile so one can wireless stream the music to a pair of compatible headphones.