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Sony Ericsson W205

Category : Sony Ericsson

The Sony Ericsson W205 is a slider phone and is very compact at just 92 x 47 x 16mm and a weight of 96g. The screen display is 1.8 inches and can display up to 65K which makes your images sharp and clear.  The Sony Ericsson W205 is another addition to the Walkman family of handsets, from Sony Ericsson. It is an excellent MP3 playing music phone.
Being a slider phone means there is no touch screen facility. The buttons are setup like a normal phone keypad, but the buttons are very small (this is due to it being a small handset) and also seem pretty close together.

The phone features a built in Walkman player which supports file formats such as MP3 and AAC, TrackID music recognition, FM radio and also expandable memory so you can store all of your favourite tracks. The only downside is that the phone doesn’t have a 3.5mm jack which means you need to use headphones with the Sony Ericsson connection. The sound quality is excellent. The 1.3 megapixel camera is a good quality but not ideal. There is no option to connect the phone to a PC to transfer photos and edit them on your PC. There is however, a video capture function, where you can record short videos.

Mobile internet with WAP gives you access to the internet with GPRS connection. The W205 supports Bluetooth 2.0, which gives faster data transmissions between handsets. The handset itself is deal for listening to your favourite music while on the bus or train, or even sharing files with friends and family but the camera is not perfect and it does lack the 3G connection. But all said, it is a very good phone for the price it is being marketed at.

The Sony Ericsson W205 comes in either black or white with a silver keypad. There is up to 9hrs talk time and up to 425hrs on standby. The phone is available from Orange, O2 and Vodafone n a contract basis or pay as you go from Vodafone. There is also the sim free option.

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