W800i Reviews Sony Ericsson

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W800i Reviews Sony Ericsson Galaxyphones.com reviews the Sony Ericsson W800i’s camera, here’s what they wrote: The Sony Ericsson W800i is equipped with a two mega-pixel auto-focus camera with an active lens cover and digital still camera interface.

The Sony Ericsson W800i also comes with a 2MP digital camera and the screen has 176×220 pixels. Other features include: FM radio, 34MB internal memory, USB, iR, and Bluetooth. The Sony Ericsson W800i boasts up to 30 hours of MP3 playback and a whopping 512MB Memory Stick is thrown in for storage. The Sony Ericsson W800i also sports a 2-megapixel camera for video and stills.

Sony Ericsson W800i Reviews at Reviewcentre.com: The Sony Ericsson W800i is a brilliant mobile phone. It is stylish and funky, with a fairly hardy case (I have tested it, more than once)! The Sony Ericsson W800i’s features are superb with a wide range of useful functions, such as the superb camera and picture quality, even when put on a computer and enlarged.

W800i Reviews Sony Ericsson

W800i Reviews Sony Ericsson

The Sony Ericsson W800i is a really good mobile phone. With working in Orange retail, I get hands on experience with phones, and I purely love the Sony Ericsson W800i.

MPUK has a reviewed the Sony Ericsson W800i’s storage capacity: The Sony Ericsson W800i also comes with a larger memory stick for storing all those songs – 512 Mbytes may not sound a lot when compared with an iPod (or even an iPod Mini), but it’s pretty large for a phone, and is enough for around 150 audio tracks. The memory stick is expandable to 1 Gbyte. A quality headset is included in the sales package, and the Sony Ericsson W800i can also be connected to an external speaker system via an optional cable.

W800i Reviews Sony Ericsson

W800i Reviews Sony Ericsson MobileWhack review the Sony Ericsson W800i, here’s what they right about the Sony Ericsson W800i memory capacity: The Sony Ericsson W800i ships with a 512 megabyte Memory Stick PRO Duo, allowing it to hold approximately 125 music tracks, or 10-12 full length CDs, from an existing music collection. The Sony Ericsson W800i is compatible with industry standard MP3 and AAC music file formats. The Sony Ericsson W800i also comes with Disk2Phone software, which enables quick, convenient transfer of music CDs onto the Sony Ericsson W800i via a PC. And, the software makes updating the music collection simple, allowing people to browse, sort, find, transfer and delete music files easily.

KWG @ Preloved got a replacement Sony Ericsson W800i here’s how it’s going: The second Sony Ericsson W800i sent as a replacement has now worked perfectly for nearly three months and what a fantastic phone it is, as it now does what it’s supposed to. The Sony Ericsson W800i’s main selling point is it’s Walkman ability. The disc2phone software supplied does a great, if sometimes a little slow job, of converting MP3s to whatever quality you might require. The lower the quality, the more you can put on the Sony Ericsson W800i’s standard 512MB memory stick. I’ve over ten albums on mine at 128kbs. For those who like higher quality, or more music to move around with, 1GB and 2GB memory sticks are available, the latter being about £100 on eBay.

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