Sony Ericsson W800 Walkman Phone Review

Posted: Feb 16 2006, 2:36am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:11pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
Sony Ericsson W800 Walkman Phone Review
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Sony Ericsson is pretty successful with the Walkman phone series. The company already shipped over 3 million walkman branded mobile phones since its introduction in August 2005.
The most recent Sony Ericsson Walkman Phone W950 features a 4GB hard-drive and supports 3G networks.
Our partner Designtechnica reviews the currently available Walkman phone W800 (W800i).

Quote:
"Sony Ericsson has become a stronger and better competitor in the mobile phone industry over the past few years, releasing more feature-rich phones that are making the company well known. Their w800i Walkman phone is no exception. It is a stunning piece of gadgetry that runs with a pretty high price tag, around $450 for an unlocked version of the phone.
It's well worth it though, as the Sony Ericsson w800i will replace your digital camera for most occasions, grind your iPod use to a halt, and will even get you back into mobile gaming. "
Read the full Sony Ericsson W800 Review.
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