Sony Ericsson W580i Review - ikke alle dets 'krakket' Up to Be?
8 March 2014
Excerpt: En af Sony Ericssons nyeste musik håndsæt, er W580i er en mid-range musik telefon med et design kærligt flået-off fra den tidligere S500i og Walkman branding tilføjede bare for god foranstaltning.
Summary: Sony Ericsson continues to make some of my favorite music and cameraphones, and the w580i brings a sense of style to their US market offerings. This Walkman line handset offers one of the most complete out-of-the-box music phone experiences available this side of top of the line handsets costing...
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson W580i Walkman phone continues its strong position in music and gaming, and it offers plenty of goodies in a small package. If you to listen music frequently on your phone, this is a great choice at an entry to mid-tier price range.
Conclusion: Overall: If music is your thing and you are looking for a clever mobile phone and media player integration, then the W580i is definitely for you. It tops in both the form and function department with a lot more additional perks than its size would make you think possible.
Excerpt: If it weren’t for the you-know-what-Phone, Sony Ericsson’s latest would be the music mobile to beat. Though not as graphically inspiring as its sleek rival, the music player functions very well and even outdoes Apple’s device thanks to its FM radio, stereo widening, and much louder speaker.
Pros: Half-inch thin. Super light (3.3 ounces). Browser provides easy Gmail and Google Maps access. 256-MB memory card in box. Unique extras like TrackID, mini music sequencer, and video editor.
Cons: No camera flash. Sorta pointless shuffle feature requires you to press a button, then shake.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson W580i is just right for my purposes. It literally fits in the palm of my hand. The other big deal is that I got it for free. Yes, I said free. I needed a new contract for wireless service. The discount store and AT&T gave me a great deal.
Summary: Despite the polyphony being 72-tone, the handset does not provide a breakthrough in sounding of mp3 tunes as compared to other Sony Ericsson branded phones. The loudspeaker is average volume-wise and has a great deal of basses in its sounding, so the call is easily heard even on the streets.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson W580i is an entry-level Walkman slider phone with some interesting motion-sensitive features such as a built-in pedometer and 'shake' control of the music player. The first impressions that the W580i makes are generally positive.