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. The MIB II game is included on the enclosed CD-ROM's, but the games installation is optional.
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). While the device is stylish and colorful, many buyers may nonetheless balk at the company's use of the Symbian PDA OS rather than the more common Palm OS and Pocket PC operating systems. That's not to say the Symbian operating system is lacking.
Excerpt: Everybody has been waiting for it, and we have one. The new Sony Ericsson P800 is an amazing device with full phone and PDA functionality. It has a few minor soft spots, but overall it is a big winner. Read all about it in our detailed review - our biggest yet. You won't find better photos of the P800 anywhere else on the net!
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
is enough. The volume level is average when the loudspeaker is turned on, it can
be compared with Siemens S45. As for me it would be great to have a louder dynamic
in this model. The same is about vibrating alert.