Sony Ericsson Cell Phones

Sony Ericsson Vivaz

Sony Ericsson Vivaz The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is the latest adition to Sony’s family of communication and entertainment devices. ‘Vivaz’ is a Portuguese term that means spirited which certainly has been the force influncing the design of this phone. It looks very lively and attractive. And not just looks Vivaz excels in its specifications too.

Design, Dimensions

The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is an elegantly styled sleek phone with a smooth and rounded finish. This makes the model good to look at. The size of the device is significantly small which makes it pocket friendly.

Its dimensions are 107x51.7x12.5mm and it weighs about 97g. It has a 4.2 inches resistive touchscreen. The phone is available in attractive colors- Silver Moon, Cosmic Black, Galaxy Blue, Ruby and Venus. Read more »

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 The Sony Ericsson Xperia is the first Android proposition of the Swedish-Japanese alliance. Moreover, the operating system itself has been drawing a lot of attention everyday. The handset comes with great hardware features and there isn't any other cell phone based on the same platform. With a 4inches display screen, a 1GHz processor and an 8.1MP camera this device surely rocks. This is one phone that gets as much attention as any superstar!

Design, Dimensions

The Sony Ericsson X10 is on the bulkier side. This is quite obvious given the huge 4.1 inches display. This phone cannot really be used with a single hand. Its dimensions are 119 x 63 x 13 mm and weighs about 135grams.

The display dominates the front part of the phone and there are three buttons namely menu, home and back beneath the screen. A little LED glows in between the front Read more »

Sony Ericsson T707

Sony Ericsson T707 The Sony Ericsson T707 is the latest addition to the T-series but is very different from its predecessors. Codenamed Elle, the Sony Ericsson T707 is a fashionable breath of fresh air being the first flip phone in the series. According to one of the product designers, the T707 was inspired by the rainbow and the multitude of colors means it would certainly be impressive.

Some of the color options include spring rose and lucid blue. The interesting light effects, ripple patterns, external screen lend a distinctive personality to this otherwise moderately priced phone. This upbeat and stylish handset intends to capture the fancy of the younger generation but it is a phone for all ages. If bling is your thing and you love matching your accessories with your outfit the Sony Ericsson T707 is the phone for you.

Design and Dimensions

The Sony Ericsson T707 is 14.1mm thick and Read more »

Sony Ericsson W830

Sony Ericsson W830

Sony Ericsson released during the last quarter of 2006 the EDGE capable brother to the W850; the W830 and the W830i. Both phones share the same functions and capabilities. The only difference is that the W850 is targeted towards the Chinese market and therefore comes with a Chinese keypad. The W830i is designed for the rest of Southeast Asia. In this light, this article will refer to the unit at hand simply as the Sony Ericsson W830.

As stated above, the W830 shares many of the same functions as the Sony Ericsson W850, including its looks, which will be much to a lot of people's chagrin, with the most noticeable difference being that the W830 is EDGE Read more »

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has a combination of all the high technology features, which newer versions of the mobile phones are known for these days. This mobile actually focuses on mobile web and multimedia communication. Aside from this, browsing is even more exciting with the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1. Imagine being able to shift from the usual Internet Explorer Mobile into the more convenient Skyfire or Opera Mobile 9.5. Thus, with the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1, your notion about mobile phones will never be the same again.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 Camera and Display

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has a built-in camera that is about 3.2 megapixels. It's even more interesting because it has auto focus, video recording and video light features that go with it. This means that video viewing and video streaming is very much possible with the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1. Thus, with a phone Read more »

Sony Ericsson W800

Sony Ericsson W800

If you are familiar and have been enamored with the Sony Ericsson K750 then the W800 will have your pulses pumping even more. It is one of the most eagerly awaited releases from the Japanese-Swedish company, and the whole mobile phone industry in general.

And like the K750, the W800 has brilliant function menus, a very able camera and great sounding earphones that come bundled with the phone itself. And rightly so as this unit has the “W” Walkman logo and for all of us who are serious about music know that the name Walkman is the benchmark upon which every brand tries to live up to. And the good news is that the W800 is not expected to reach astronomical price Read more »

Sony Ericsson W850

Sony Ericsson W850

Sony Ericsson W850 A lot of us may already be familiar with the Sony Ericsson W850 when it was used in the movie "Da Vinci Code" for its web browsing capabilities. That was before the phone was released and created quite a stir for those who love cell phones and was surprised to see an “unknown” model in a movie. That being said, the W850 does borrow a lot of its appearance from the Sony Ericsson W800.

The W850 has since been released and comes in two choices: matt black and pearl white. And may very well be a worthy option for consumers looking for multi-functional handsets. Depending on the country of purchase, the retail package should include the W850 handset, a Sony Ericsson stereo headset Read more »

Sony Ericsson K850

Sony Ericsson K850

There was a time when the Sony Ericsson K800 was the camera phone on everybody's wish list. With its three mega pixel camera and a host of other features, the K800 was the handset to beat and top for many. But with the advent of five mega pixel cameras like Nokia's N95, which proved to be a very popular model amongst the cell phone and gadget aficionados alike, and the competition for the high end consumer market getting stiffer, Sony Ericsson decided to go with the flow and released the Sony Ericsson K850.

It is replacing the popular line of Cyber-shots it seems, and it is apparent though that the K850 took from the Cyber-shot when it comes to its form and Read more »

Sony Ericsson T280

Sony Ericsson T280

Just last January, mobile phone giant Sony Ericsson has announced the launch of two new sleek and stylish additions to its line of cellular phone models – the Sony Ericssson T270 and T280, to be available during the first quarter of 2008. Largely based on the highly successful T610, the two new handsets has got both style and uncompromising functionality which boasts of a great number of features the targeted business class consumer will definitley look for.

Now, Sony Ericsson has consistently put out unit after unit of well received handsets for quite some time already and with the T270 and T280, it looks like they Read more »

Sony Ericsson W580i

Sony Ericsson W580i

The W580i is another product by the Sony and Ericsson combined effort. The unit's stylish and no frills design utilizes a slide opening mechanism and is available in equally attractive silver / orange and black / orange color combinations. The new Walkman logo right beneath the screen alone is enough to make most mobile phone aficionados' hearts start pumping. Most especially true for the music loving mobile phone user looking for seamless cell phone and media player integration. The W580i's music player can play back not only MP3 files but AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA files as well, making it versatile. So Apple users would certainly delight in this fact as a lot of Mac users prefer the AAC format.

The W580i fails though in the memory department; providing only 12 mega bytes of built in memory. This is ironic since the W580i is targeted at the Read more »

Sony Ericsson T270

Sony Ericsson T270i

Last January 24, 2008 in Delhi, India, the Sony Ericsson merger announced the launch of two new budget phones: The Sony Ericsson T270 and its big brother, the T280. They are a pair of affordable mobile phones with a definite flair for design. The similar looking phones are a pocket sized candy bar featuring a sleek brushed light metal with glass finish and comes in two color combinations; the Silver and Black and the sure to be a hit Copper and Silver combo. The only noticeable difference between the two is the absence of a camera lens at the back of the T270. But before you faint at the idea of a phone not having a camera - be aware first of the target audience of the T270, for it is definitely not a phone not for everyone.

According to Howard Lewis, Vice President and Head of Entry Level Products over at Sony Ericsson: "We have developed two phones that meet the needs of two distinct audiences. The T270 and T280 build on the appeal of Read more »

Sony Ericsson W960

Sony Ericsson W960

Once in a while, we, as consumers, witness partnerships of big name companies that offer us products that either fall short of expectations or thrill and delight us in many ways. Apparently, the cellular phone industry is not excluded from this trend. For most, if not all of us, the names Sony and Ericsson are brands that need no further introduction.

Hard to believe that it was more than a decade ago that I had the fortune of having an Ericsson handset with a one liner monochrome display. Though packed with not a lot of features, even at that time, I appreciated it's tough and masculine feel and clear signal.

Now, of course, Sony is another brand name Read more »

Sony Ericsson K660

Sony Ericsson K660

The Internet literally at the palm of your hands! This new offering from Sony Ericsson, the K660, is designed to be a fully functional mobile Web browser that would make Internet surfing as convenient and simple as browsing on your personal computer. In today's web based fast paced lifestyle where everyone is constantly on the go and depend on web based applications for their daily schedules and routines, the K660 provides a viable option as a mobile Web browser. The K660 which was developed using Sony Ericsson's Java Platform 8 (JP-8) and supports Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) JSR 248, touted as the next step to the Java umbrella standard offers the user HDSPA mobile broadband connection experience. HDSPA offers download speeds that are four folds faster than any regular 3G connection.

Sony Ericsson is targeting the Web Generation with the K660 by providing then a rich, satisfying and user friendly web browsing experience. With the growing number of people arranging their lives around web based services, the development of the K660 is truly a step in the right direction of making the mobile phone a more functional and responsive tool for those who manage their lifestyle and social networks over the Read more »

Sony Ericsson W380

Sony Ericsson W380

Don't touch me! Sounds surprising? With continuous research and development, Sony Ericsson continues to improve and push its W-series walkman phones in the market with the introduction of the W380. For the first time in the walkman phone family, the Gesture Control feature will make its debut. The Gesture Control is a motion detector that gives the user the powerful functionality of snoozing the alarm or muting your mobile phone just with the wave of a hand giving the truly "hands free" experience. Aside from this new innovation brought to the market by the W380, Sony Ericsson is also presenting the W380 in a clamshell form factor with two available colors; Magnetic Gray and Electric Purple.

Another hip feature of the W380 is the way the hidden display lights up when you tune in to the radio or when you receive a call. The Sony Ericsson W380 may Read more »

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