Sony’s best features in a space-saving design
With the SonyW300 the clamshell design is introduced into the walkman series. This means that lots of space is saved and the whole design is slimmed down to such an extent that the phone becomes incredibly lightweight. When it comes to making the cell phone experience easier for the user, there is no better master than Sony who have been making phones for years. This full featured phone has all the best aspects of Sony’s previous releases and improves upon them considerably for a phone that’s ready for a new generation of cell phone users.
At 94 grams this phone is incredibly lightweight and fits easily in the pocket. There are two displays on the screen. The first display can only be used when the phone is closed and displays a minimum amount of information such as notification of calls or texts. This screen is here to keep you notified of events going on. The screen used when the phone is open displays detailed information and from here you can make calls. The display is a crystal clear 128x160 pixels which means that everything you see will be very sharp.
There is 20Mb of included memory, but the phone also includes a Memory Stick Micro to increase the amount of memory that the phone can store. With increased storage space you can store more music and picture files, that way your favorite media can always be by your side.
The unlocked W300 is available from Cellhut at the website www.cellhut.com.
- Sony Ericsson W300i Unlocked White
- Battery BST-33
- International Charger + USA Adapter
- Manuals (CD or Hard Copy)
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Purchased this phone to replace my Motorola. Setup is very easy. Receives signals in locations where I wouldn't receive anything before. I have relatively large hands and have NO problem working any of the buttons or controls. The stereo headset is great for noisy locations and people I have talked to say this phone doesn't pickup background noises like my Motorola did. The camera is a cell phone camera. In other words it is adequate for its purpose. If you want 5 megapixel shots get a digital camera. Have not hooked up the Bluetooth yet, but have no doubt it will work as well as everything else has. I will update this with more info after I have had it a while longer.