Summary: The Maserati of smart phones, the P800 has a steep price and a design that won't appeal to everyone, but it's a sure-fire attention grabber.
Pros: Built-in camera; speakerphone; comes with 16MB Memory Stick Duo; solid call quality; Bluetooth and IR connectivity; world phone; wireless e-mail enabled; plays MP3 audio and MPEG-4 video; syncs with Outlook via included USB docking station.
Cons: Standby battery life could be better; virtual keyboard can be cumbersome; slow transfer times; wireless e-mail setup is difficult.
Excerpt: Spiderman wallpaper Application listing. The first 13 pre-installed applications are listed here. ...and more apps on this picture. Emame, Filemanager and IceBloxx is third party applications that's installed later.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson P800 is that company's vision of the PDA/phone combo, going up against tough competition in the Handspring Treo 600 (reviewed in First Looks in this issue) and the Samsung SPH-i500 (First Looks, October 28).
Summary: I'll try to be short expressing my impressions, they are very different. First
of all, the connection quality. I think that P800 can be compared with other phones
from SonyEricsson, no problems. The sound is clear and loud, a maximal volume
Excerpt: The operating system of the P800 is Symbian OS, version 7.0, but the phone has its own menu structure, icons and other nice trinkets. I would like to start the description with two working modes: the phone mode (with a closed flip key-pad) and a full-screen mode.
Excerpt: This smartphone or mediaphone (according to the manufacturer) was one of the most desirable handsets in the year 2002. It was planned to launch P800 in autumn but than the data was postponed to the 4 quarter. P800 has only one competitor in its class - Nokia 7650.
Excerpt: В отличие от обычных телефонов SonyEricsson, в этом было добавлено несколько новых клавиш: кнопка Ок (она служит для подтверждения выбора), а также клавиша возврата в предыдущее меню (ранее эта функция была присуща клавише Отбой или С).