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. Earbuds a step down from the W580. Access NetFront still a sub-par web browser at this price.
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.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson W760a phone carries through the famous Sony Walkman brand into mobile phone handsets. This phone has GPS and a number of other features, as it attempts to become an all-in-one handset.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson W760i is the best Walkman phone to date with so many features it rivals non-music phones like the N95. The lack of a standard headphone socket is its biggest flaw, but other than that, it's going down as one of our all-time favourite Sony Ericsson phones -- and not just in the music phone category
Pros: Brilliant design, GPS navigation, Great keypad, Accelerometer, 3D game support, Decent camera, HSDPA data access, Fun to use, Sound quality, Great battery life
Cons: No camera flash, Proprietary headphone socket, No Wi-Fi, Average video support