Mobile phones > Sony Ericsson > W910
|Model||Sony Ericsson W910|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||100 x 50 x 13mm|
|Networks||2G - 850/900/1800/1900|
3G - 2100
|LTE (4G light)|
|WLAN / Wi-Fi|
|3.5 mm audio connector|
|Camera resolution||2 Megapixels, 2.5x digital zoom|
|Video capture resolution||NA|
|Display size||2.4 inches|
|Number of colours||262,144|
|Display resolution (WxH)||240 x 320 pixels|
|Memory||40MB. Expandable with Memory Stick Micro (M2) card. 512MB card i|
|Ringtones / Music file format||Polyphonic|
|Standby time (h)||400|
|Browser||2.0 XHTML. NetF|
By xzite on Feb 23 2009Black Beauty
*Nice big clear screen that gives sharp picture quality.*Great camera if you don't mind low quality but then its Walkman branded if you want a camera phone go a Sony Ericsson K series mobile.*Ok sounding music but if i put the V640i i had before this the V640i or K630 is better sound unless you have headphones in which is really what Walkmans are phone to use with Headphones & the sound GREAT if you have the right headphones.*Great shake control - i've read reviews on this phone people saying shake control is bad or a gimmick i disagree its what makes this phone different from others & shake control works on so much not just changing songs but moving wallpapers & play games keylessly.
Ding ding this is now my best phone ever & i personally find no issues with it.
After just releasing grip of my V640i i didn't think i would find a phone to better it but Sony Ericsson does it again the W910 is a great phone for people who like style, music & fun in there phone its design is awesome its music is good & 3D games & shake control games & wallpapers this is one phone that packs a punch & its worth the money.
5 (out of 5)
By Sierra275 on Jun 26 2008My first phone
Thin, stylish, new Walkman player 3, fun and easy to use, great music functionality, big, beautiful screen, dedicated call buttons (unlike W580 and S500)
The SenseMe thing is a bit hard to use, in terms of analyzing the mood and actually using it, no wifi, not-that-good-but-will-do camera, an odd tendency to turn itself off and back on at weird moments
I always enjoyed music, so about 3 months ago when I was looking for a phone, I followed a link to the S500i that my friend had given me a couple of months earlier. At the time, I didn't know very much about phones, Since this was my first phone. The previous phone I had was actually my mom's old Nokia which was probably best described as a relic that made calls. But I knew that Walkman meant music, so I checked that out first. Then I found this phone, checked the specs and became determined to buy it. Its an entertainment based phone, great for games and music alike. I almost bought a K850, but imagine trying to play games on that. Well, I'll never know, but I can't imagine it'll be very easy. The 2 megapixel camera suits me fine; though it's not quite what you'd expect for a high-end phone, but its a music phone. I used to have a Mp3 player, but I could never understand why so many Mp3 players don't have internal speakers. One of the profound mysteries of our time. Or maybe I'm just not clued in. There are plenty of interesting ways to change the music, the most unique is the shake thing. Unfortunately, its a bit inconvenient when your phone is in your pocket and all you want to do is change one track. And if you want to move a long way down your playlist, you'll probably have to shake the phone till you get arthritis in your wrist. But is a fun thing to fascinate your friends with; whenever someone sees I have it and knows something about it, the first thing they ask me is if they can try the "shake thing". Anyway, it has plenty of other wonderful music capabilities, presented in the crossbar format similar to that of the PSP. The Walkman 3 is also much better looking than the ones in the W810, W880, and so on. All in all, I love the phone and I have no regrets buying it.
5 (out of 5)
By Muhammad-Oli on Feb 24 2008Deserves it's "Best Handset 2008" award!
Great looking phone, really stylish. You have to have one in your hand to really come to grips with how good it looks! Awesome new user interface which doesn't take long to get used to. Beautiful large 2.4 inch screen. Walkman 3.0 player and new media manager. Nice smooth sliding mechanism. Accelerometer which is fun to play with, and new applications are coming all the time which use it. Cool flash themes which change menus and some which make use of the accelerometer. Really decent 2MP camera for a non-autofocus one. HSDPA quicker internet browsing. There are loads of useful little updates over previous Sony Ericsson models everywhere in the menus, it really makes it worth the upgrade!
The A200 software is still pretty slow, though software updates are said to improve this, and software updates are coming reasonably frequently. 3D games run really slow at the moment, but once again, this will be fixed. Patience. Another thing which will be fixed is the video playback which is a bit buggy at the moment. But I honestly can't think of a single other fault... These bugs I have mentioned don't ruin the experience of the phone at all. Some people don't seem to be able to live with them, but in my opinion they are complainers, because these bugs are nothing really.
This phone is easily the best phone I've had yet. Sometimes, I just get it out of my pocket just so I can look at the phone with its amazing 2.4 inch screen and the awesome interface it offers. The Walkman player is really bassy and is a big improvement over other phones I've had. The camera is really good considering it has no autofocus, I've managed some quite nice shots so far! Also, the improved video recording is a bonus, though I don't record video often. I really appreciate the little things they've added like the accelerometer, which just make the phone a bit more exciting to use. They also make it great for showing off to your mates! I get a huge sense of satisfaction when I pull it out of my pocket and flick it open, it's just a good feeling. Especially when you're in a public place surrounded by people using their crappy old Nokia and (in New Zealand) Sanyo phones. This just really is the best phone, and the GSM association has acknowledged that with a very honourable award! Buy it, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
5 (out of 5)
By Mizzle on Dec 27 2007Let the music play!
* Quad-band GSM, EDGE, UMTS & tri-band HSDPA
* Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (with A2DP support)
* Excellent, large 2.4 inch TFT display
* New A200 platform with exciting new features
* Walkman 3.0
* Very thin and sexy slider design
* Excellent keypad with good tactile feedback
* 1 GB MemoryStick Micro M2 and music accessory comes bundled
* No WLAN
* Poor camera
Sony Ericsson W910 has proved to be a brilliant phone with above average features and a music part like no other. The new A200 platform has worked flawlessly on my W910 and I havenít experienced any bugs with it whatsoever, whereas K850 has a few.W910 has a good variety of connections, but as a music phone it is lacking WLAN and a better web browser, so you can buy and listen to music on-line without getting a huge phone bill. But considering the price of this baby (which is very low in Denmark - about 250 GBP at the moment) I can perfectly understand why WLAN hasnít been implemented.The battery of the phone is excellent and I have only been required to charge it three times during the last 10 days. I am a heavy user, and W910 has really been put to the test and comes out with an A+ in battery life.So to anyone out there, who are thinking about getting this phone, I can do nothing but recommend it. It is indeed great and an excellent buy for your girl friend or to make your friends jealous like youíve never seen them before!
5 (out of 5)
By mvrachid on Nov 26 2007Wow factor guaranteed
Superb screen (quality ans size), extremely thin and light, quadband, 3G. Walkman 3.0, Shake Control and Sense are great new features. Bluetooth accessible in flight mode.
No camera lens cover (why it didn't come like W580???), no flashlite, no bluetooth stereo phones (at its price, this should be included in the box).
Grab yours and have fun with a stylish, classy (still pricey) phone. The wow factor with your friends is guaranteed.With it's 2MP camera, W910 adresses music fans. If you need superior camera quality and don't care too much about design and lightness, go for K850.
5 (out of 5)
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