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).
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.
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.
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: A phone-PDA hybrid that has attracted a loyal following of users and Java application developers, and runs a version of the Symbian OS using a stylus for input. No other wireless device can compare to the Sony-Ericsson P800 in one respect: those who buy one seem to fall head-over-heels in love with...