Thursday, December 13, 2007

The Sony Ericsson W910i - A new generation!

Here we look at two music phones storming through the charts: Sony Ericsson W910i and Nokia N81. The Sony Ericsson W910i is a sleek slider. The front fascia of the mobile phone is dominated by a 2.4 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.
Being a Walkman phone, the Sony Ericsson W910i's finesse lies in its music playing skills. The handset is endowed with an upgraded Walkman 3.0 media player with many integrated features that were not found in the earlier version, including the fabulous 'shake control', allowing you to change song by jiggling the phone. 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 W910i's built in memory is supplemented by external memory cards.
One of the most appreciated feature of Nokia N81 mobile phones, is its imaging prowess. The handset comes with an excellent 2 Megapixel camera, with video recording capabilities and 20 x digital zoom. The dimension of customization and editing are huge, giving the users every cause to revel in creativity. One can choose from eight Sony Ericsson shooting modes, ranging from portrait to sports to night portrait, and five resolutions: 2,048x1,536, 1,600x1,200, 1,280x960, 800x600, and 640x480. Further, one can also play with the contrast, white balance, brightness, colour tone and exposure value.
One may add clip art or text to the snaps, or reduce red eyed, cut audio, trim clips for multimedia messages, etc. Not only this, the photo sharing ability of Nokia N81 is also more powerful than its contemporary. In addition to email and saving document, one can also use Nokia mobile phones Xpress Solutions to print photos, upload them to the Web, or transfer them to other Sony Ericsson devices. Besides its outstanding imaging quality, the Nokia N81 also includes 3G, WLAN, EDGE, four GSM band, Symbian's S60 software platform, and media player for musical bonanza.

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