Summary: Sony’s latest Walkman phone, the Sony Ericsson W760i, is aimed at those who are on-the-go, but don’t want a ton of gadgets weighing them down. It’s easy to use, reliable and packed with music, communications and organization features.
Conclusion: It’s easy to use, call quality is perfect, pictures and videos are very good, and battery life is good as well, if you include all of the other great features you’ve got a very nice phone overall.
Pros: Good camera both video and still, Excellent call quality, Acceleromter built in, GPS built in, Good abttery life, Well made, Easy to use interface
Excerpt: The Good Better build quality and controls. 3G, GPS improve speed and navigation. Still a good music phone in software. Good call quality. UIQ simple, effective, and improved. The Bad Pricing is steep for the actual feature set. 3G reduces practical battery life. Proprietary headset/data jack.
Pros: Better build quality and controls., 3G, GPS improve speed and navigation., Still a good music phone in software., Good call quality., UIQ simple, effective, and improved.
Cons: Pricing is steep for the actual feature set., 3G reduces practical battery life., Proprietary headset/data jack., Earbuds a step down from the W580., Access NetFront still a sub-par web browser at this price.
Summary: The battery life of Sony Ericsson W760i is also very good and would last longer when you prefer to turn to 2G. Physically the handset is offers excellent design with a improved keypad that other handsets from Sony Ericsson.
Sony Ericsson W760i Cell Phone: High-End Sony Walkman Phone
Personal Electronics buzz
7 July 2008
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson W760i is a high-end Sony Walkman phone. The W760 has been in the UK for some time and several friends gave it a thumbs up for performance. The 2.2-inch display appears to be like any other quad-band GSM cell phone.
Summary: The W760i’s ring tones are reasonably loud and won’t let you down in most environments, nor will its reception quality. The vibro alert is a tad above average strength-wise.
The phone is set to hit the market early in May and will retail for around 650 USD, which makes quite a contrast with the...
Summary: Sony Ericsson's walkman phone has many other tricks up its sleeve...
Pros: High quality music player, 1GB Memory Stick Micro card supplied, Good quality earphones supplied, Built-in A-GPS technology, Google Maps and Tracker location-based apps, Voice guide Wayfinder Navigator Sat Nav trial software, HSDPA, 3.2-megapixel camera, Spacious control layout and responsive num...
Cons: No Wi-Fi, Camera performance is average, with no autofocus or flash, Wayfinder Navigator software is trial version, A-GPS technology can run-down power quickly, Loudspeaker is loud but tinny at high volume, No video call camera, Video capture quality is average