Summary: Sony Ericsson truly is a music-mobile maestro (try saying that when you’re drunk!). With SenseMe, HSDPA, and a new motion sensor, the W910i is like the Lloyd Webber of the tuneful phone industry, only better looking.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson W910 is a rather unconventional looking slider phone, and one of the newer members of the Walkman line of music handsets. Sam takes the W910 out for a walk about Hong Kong to see how it measures up to other music phones. Read all about it in our review.
Summary: Despite its 72-chord polyphony, the W910i is no better than other Sony Ericsson branded phones in terms of audio performance. The loudspeaker is average volume-wise and provides pretty rich sound. The vibro alert is of moderate power or even slightly higher than that, but even this fact isn’t an excuse for the situations when it proves too weak to be felt. The reception part is in line with other products from the company, meaning that it is quite decent.
Conclusion: The impression that Sony Ericsson left with us W910 is positive rather than negative. It is indeed a very pleasant Walkman phone featuring a gorgeous color combination, slim design, and a good display, about its only drawback being the camera. Of course, it is not a Cyber-shot, so demanding perfect photos can be a bit too much; however, it is normal that a high-class phone’s resources should not be so mediocre in this respect.
Pros: Orientation sensor, Very slim – only 12.5mm/0.5”, Good display, visible at direct sunlight
Excerpt: Popularly known as the Shake, Sony Ericsson W910i is ideal phone for trendy music lovers, game fanatic or internet addict. All of the features these people would love to have are rolled into one mobile phone.