Excerpt: Just the way a whole lot of peeps were waiting for the P990i to rock their world, an equal number of Sony Ericsson fanbois have been eagerly looking out for the top-of-the-line Walkman phone, the W950. Now that it's finally here, let's see if it is really worth the wait. The Sony Ericsson W950i is the first Walkman-branded smartphone, running SymbianOS v9.1 UIQ 3.0, in the market. It is based on the M600i, which we reviewed (and weren't terribly impressed by) earlier.
Excerpt: After Samsung and Nokia announced the SGH-i300 and N91 Sony Ericsson announces the new W950i an integrated mobile telephony music device, the first of its kind in the market with touchscreen. The W950i follows the tradition of the W-series where the designs are copied directly from similar models of Sony Ericsson phones without the 'Walkman' branding.
Excerpt: As youth today flirt with multitude of technological options and fine themselves nicely ensconced to great opportunities available in terms of gaming, mobiles and other products. The Sony Ericsson W950 is another product added to the family of modern technology.
Comparison of music smartphones Nokia N91 and Sony Ericsson W950i
15 March 2007
Excerpt: Last year’s spring saw release of a unique article over at Mobile-Review.com – comparison of the latest and greatest music phones. That editorial prompted a flurry, and our readers were eagerly waiting for the next installment, which was to be comparison of music smartphones Nokia N91, SonyEricsson W950i and Samsung i300. As they say, the time has come, and finally we are delivering on our promise in this very article.
Summary: You know Sony Ericsson means business with its WALKMAN series of mobile phones when it launched the new W950i, the company’s flagship WALKMAN phone that not only looks to be a viable alternative to standalone digital audio players but also a PDA as well. With a whopping 4GB flash memory that lets you store up to 4,000 songs on the go, the W950i does have a big gut to match its WALKMAN logo but it’s not a behemoth of a handset as you might think.