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Sony Ericsson W910i Sim Free Mobile Phone - Black (discontinued by manufacturer)


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  • Camera: 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels, video(QVGA@15fps)
  • Secondary videocall camera
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Walkman 3.0 player
  • TrackID music recognition

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
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  • Item model number: 5051495071407
  • ASIN: B000VD2C5W
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Oct 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,125 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The Walkman player turns your phone into a powerful portable music device. Organize your favorite music via playlists, listen to audio books and access podcasts. The easy way to change your tune: just shake your phone. With Shake control activated, press and hold the Walkman key, then flick your wrist. A vibration lets you know that the track has been changed - a new song from your current playlist is selected randomly then played automatically. Have your favourite sounds with you - always, whenever, wherever you go. Built-in digital camera with screen viewfinder, dedicated menus and direct interaction with in-phone imaging and messaging features. Truly mobile Internet lets you enjoy browsing the Web and manage your email effectively with the convenience of your phone, wherever you are. This is where 3D gaming gets physical: Control game functions - accelerate, slow down, turn - by tilting your phone forwards, backwards, left or right. The A+B control keys give you that true gaming feel.

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Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By L. J. Hinton on 25 July 2009
I looked at the reviews and thought, 'no it wont happen to me, my phone will be ok'. (the reviews i read stated that the phone kept cutting out, switching off, and the user kept readin 'no sim card'.
well all was fine with the mobile until it was around 6 months old. It now switches off and cuts out when im speaking on it. i look after my things and have taken great care of my phone so it isnt due to 'wear and tear'. Its become so unreliable now that i dont use it when im out on an evening as who wants to be out on an evening , wanting to call a cab and my mobile doesnt work. My niece (13yrs old) wanted it off me....i said no its going in the bin. i wouldnt want her to get stuck somewhere and cant call. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THIS PHONE. IF ONLY FOR YOUR SAFETY.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Spencer Nash on 22 Dec 2007
Brought this handset from launch mainly so i didn't have to take around my ipod,

First impression stunning!, looks were good media menu were PS3 style....

however this was short lived, walkman was EXTREMELY slow when going though menus, Why on a flash based memory?

Sound quality poor compared to previous sony phones, even w200i at £50 is clearer and louder? why?

Shake control, biggest gimmick on the phone market, why would anyone hold down the walkman button then shake the handset repeatly till it skips, (alternativly hold the down side button)

camera acceptable, but shouldnt just put the decent camera on their cyber shot range, could of atleast have a flash light.

Working in a phone shop alot of dodgy softwear causing the phone to reset is become quite common.

The phone is HSDPA which makes it a extremly good choice for mobile broadband (when linked to a laptop)

Bluetooth stereo works nicely

i would recomend this to any sony erriccson fan, but don't expect alot more than previous models
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Grigg on 17 Aug 2008
I have been using the w850i for the last 18 months and have to say I would give it a full 5 stars. Its big, solidly built (and I have dropped it a lot of times onto pavement) and has all the features I would have expected.

18 months down the line my contract finished and I was looking for a new phone. The w850i impressed me so much I wanted another sony ercisson and of a similar style. As I dont like small thin phones I decided the w910i would be the best choice.

This is a list of pro's and cons I have found compared to my old w850

Pro

1)The screen size is bigger and better
2)The phone and speakers from it sound better
3)Its a similar size and feels and looks impressive
4)It has a camera at the front for video calls (not that i do them)

Cons

1) The camera appears to have dropped in quality (however in inbuilt software for the camera has improved...not enough to make the pictures better than the w850)
2) The buttons are not pressed as easy (i do have big hands and it takes me just a tad longer to make sure i press the right button... takes a while to get used to like most new phones)
3) The charge up and ear piece connector is now located on the left side of the phone as opposed to the bottom, this means that if you want to listen to music using the earphones and use a non branded phone case, you cannot connect them in. (this con obviously depends if you use a phone case etc, but it can feel bulky in the pocket connecting it to the side)

Overall

Its a good phone but it is not an improvement on the old w850 model just another version/style of it. I am keeping this phone and not reverting back to my old one as it feels and looks good. But if you are looking at paying extra to upgrade then dont. As a new phone then yes it will be a good purchase
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. L. Pitt on 30 July 2008
I have written a review about this phone about a month a go about how good it was as it was working perfectly. Now I have brought a new phone because it broke. Everybody that I have spoken to that has HAD this phone has said in a couple of months and it will brake.. they were right, mine is now in the bin. Its a lovely phone especially for girls but it kept freezing and turning half off which means you couldnt use any of the functions but the bright light wasted all the battery. There is no point getting it repaired apparently because it comes back and does exactly the same. I love sony ericsson and now have the new cybershot C902 but this is poor and all the new sony ericssons do exactly the same functions and more as the W910i.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. M. Paine on 4 Nov 2007
I bought the W910i a week ago to replace my W880i. I used it for a day and have decided to sell it and stick with my W880i. Here's why.

The phone boasts a fair amount of new features. Unfortunately most of them turn out to be gimmicks. The "shake control" feature is the worst. To get it to work, you need to hold the walkman key and flick your wrist to the right. This is quite a lot of effort, as it requires a pretty firm flick. I showed my brother the feature and he laughed out loud at its ridiculousness. It is a lot easier just to press the right navigation key, and so I consider the shake control feature to be counterproductive and pointless.

The second new feature is the motion sensor ("auto-rotate"). What you're not told is that auto-rotate only works in the walkman player. Also, it's a bit temperamental. In its defence, the motion sensor does add a different dimension to gaming as you can control the game by rotating the phone.

I found texting to be very difficult on the W910i, and I have small fingers. The buttons are right next to each other, with no gaps, resulting in the wrong key being pressed quite often. The phone comes with a FM radio, with Stereo and RDS, which the W880i does not have. However, SE don't appear to have moved very fair on their radios since the K750i - move ten feet and your previously crystal clear sound is now fuzzy.

The W910i comes with a standard 2 megapixel camera which takes very good pictures in the day and very bad pictures at night due to the lack of flash. Once again, SE have not moved forward in this area - the camera is the same if not worse than the one on the 3-year-old K750i.

Points in favour of the W910i:
The main good point about the W910i is the design. It is relatively slim (12.
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