Excerpt: One of Sony Ericsson's best Walkman phones and the first one to feature SensMe. Not only does the W910i boast a large screen it also features an innovative music browser that's now a standard feature of all of the Walkman phones. What we like It feels more like an MP3 player with a mobile phone built in, rather than a phone with an MP3 player. As you'd expect, the music playback quality of the W910i is excellent.
Excerpt: The recently concluded World Mobile Congress elected it as the Mobile of the Year. Tech2.0 previewed a prototype late last year and it did fairly well. So does the W910i deserve all the hype? We got to review it properly this time, so perhaps we can shed some light… Form Factor The W910 is one of the sleekest sliders I’ve reviewed till date. The slider is really smooth. The 2.4 inch display is large enough to watch a video without straining your eyes.
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: S ome phone brands are known to be the first to integrate innovative techniques in their mobile phones. When Sony Ericsson introduced the W910i an innovation was born, ready to reinforce the Sony Ericsson Walkman series. The Sony Ericsson W910 comes in a transparent plastic box including a USB card reader, user's manual, software on a CDROM and a USB cable for easy connection. Looking at all this I couldn't wait to start testing the W910.
Summary: The W910i is another excellent addition to the Walkman range, combining a well-crafted design with some new music features. It doesn't come cheap, but provided you don't require an exceptional camera, this handset is definitely another winner.
Pros: HSDPA capable, design and build quality, large display, new multimedia interface, SensME and Shake it! technology
Cons: Expensive, in-call volume could be louder, below average camera
Conclusion: For those looking for HSDPA connectivity from their music phone the W910 will offer it and a host of other features at the same time. Those host of other features don't necessarily stand out on there own, but put together to make for a good phone.