Flip down the thin plastic piece that houses the music control buttons, though, and you find the phone’s keypad. The W accepts M2 memory cards, but the card slot is stuck inconveniently under the back cover. The loudspeaker on the phone, on the other hand, is tinny and bass-light, so will do your music no favours. The tri-band phone’s call quality was disappointing, and I achieved only average signal strength in my tests. Transmissions were consistently muddy on the receiving end, and at one point I heard the dreaded GSM buzz, which is a sign of a poorly shielded phone. Haptic feedback lets you know buttons have been properly pressed with a small vibration, while a small Walkman button on the side toggles you back to Walkman menu options when the flip is closed.
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Flip down the thin plastic piece that houses the music control buttons, though, and eficsson find the phone’s keypad. Emphasizing its music aspects, the phone features volume buttons and a dedicated Walkman key on its side. When opening the phone the player returns to the background and we are taken to the main menu.
Tracks can ericson loaded up on to the phone from a PC using supplied Sony Ericsson Media Manager software and USB cable, or by dragging and dropping files with the phone in mass storage mode. Factor in heavier tune playing — as you’d expect from a Walkman phone — and standby and talktime will fall accordingly.
Firing up the Walkman player, it’s clear that Sony Ericsson ericssno cut corners with the sound quality. It not only looks like a standalone music player, it does a fine job at being one too.
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Even so, it’s tiny and cheap, and for simply making calls, it’ll do the trick. The Best Phones of Portrait viewfinder, few settings are characteristic, there is no flash, no autofocus. Retrieved from ” https: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Both the earpiece and the speakerphone were quieter than Ericssoon like, but sound quality through the earpiece was nice and clear.
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The phone’s measly MHz ARM9 processor and mediocre JBenchmark Java test scores indicate that it’s not much of heavy lifter with games or other apps, anyway. Ericsson T10, T18, T28… all of them are legends by now, exceptionally the last one. The design might be just as important as functionality. In default mode, web pages are optimised for the mobile screen, and there’s a Smart-Fit option for small screen scrolling, but trying to view full web pages in their natural state can be slow and frustrating.
At 9 hours 55 minutes, talk time was average. Together with a T28 Exterior This handset is about the exterior. Sony Ericsson’s Walkman range now seems to have most bases covered when it comes to different types of phones for different categories of music listener, and the Wi’s budget-buyer appeal is clear.
Operating the Walkman player is an easy ride too. Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
There’s a neat slider button on top, too, to stop accidental pressing.
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Music player with FM radio and stereo Bluetooth support. Naturally, music takes centre stage, with the Walkman player interface even engaged as the default screen when the flip is shut. The power performance of the Wi was acceptable too. There’s no 3G connectivity for fast multimedia downloading, nor any other headline-grabbing features.
And ksb it doesn’t use the latest, more w50 key arrangement of newer Sony Ericsson handsets — most of which now have standard call and end keys — the Wi utilises a Sony Ericsson control button configuration we’ve seen many times before, based around the a navigation D-pad, with adjacent softkeys, back button and clear key.
We had the latter one. Sony Mobile mobile phones.
The Wi has an Access NetFront web browser embedded, which provides a way of checking out websites. There’s an FM radio, which works only with a wired headset again, not included with the phone.