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.
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
Summary: It's difficult not to be impressed by the Sony Ericsson W910i. Not only does it have a great screen, easy-to-use menu system and support for high speed downloads, but it also boasts a top class music player with funky motion-sensing controls.
Pros: Motion-sensing controls, Large display, Stylish design, Great music player
Excerpt: Filing in at the top end of the company's Wakman range, the W910 is, yes, yet another music phone from Sony Ericsson as part of its Walkman range. Available in either Hearty Red or Noble Black the W910 is an HSDPA-enabled slider phone that features all the usual stats like Stereo Bluetooth, a built-in digital camera and dedicated music buttons plus a couple of hidden tricks up its sleeve.
Summary: W910i er Sony Ericssons sidste nye walkman-mobil, proppet til randen med underholdningsmuligheder og et blæret design, der kan få det til at krible i fingrene på enhver teenager. En af nyhederne er Shake Control, hvor man kan springe rundt mellem afspilningslistens sange ved at ryste mobilen fra side til side. Det lyder sjovt, men i praksis er det knapt så sjovt.
Pros: Flot design, God størrelse, Stort og skarpt display