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Let me start by saying that I love Walkman phones. Nothing beats the black color with Orange trims and, this phone goes straight on top of my Walkman phones list. Larger screen, GPS, Wi-Fi and a great user interface makes this phone even more sweeter. A gorgeous 8 megapixels camera, latest Walkman player, 3.5 mm jack and, a kickstand are present on board too. The phones looks good, feels compact and is lightweight. Screen is bright because, it's based on the AMOLED technology, the backlight on the keys looks gorgeous in the dark. The LED flash does it job and, the kickstand on the back isn't very reliable. Audio quality is pretty solid and, the new Walkman player looks awesome and supports themes. In conclusion, the phone has pretty good audio capabilities combined with a top camera. There are a few things here and there that could've been better though.
Let me start by saying that, this phone is an absolute looker! It looks absolutely wonderful and is one of the best looking phones out there. Armed with 4.2 inches screen, 8 megapixels camera, 1 GHz processor and Android OS. It's pretty light and slim too, weighing in at just 117 grams. Let's start with the processor, after using it for a few months, I didn't feel it being slow or anything, the camera quality is really sweet and the video is taken in 720p. It comes with a 8 GB micro SD card but unfortunately, you will have to remove the battery to access the memory card. It also comes with Sony's Bravia technology to make the screen look crisp and, Android OS is awesome to use. One main disadvantage is that, this phone does not have a front facing camera, which might be a bummer for some people. Overall, the phone absolutely gorgeous and has all the goods to be the top dog.
This is one of the best phones from Nokia's current lineup. Equipped with a 680 MHz processor, 12 megapixels camera with xenon flash and corning Gorilla glass. It feels pretty solid in your hand, the metallic body is well built and the AMOLED capacitive touchscreen is very bright. The touchscreen feels comfortable to use and, it's easy to type with on-screen keyboard. The 12 megapixels camera is one of the best mobile phone cameras available currently in the market and, the xenon flash works very well in dark lighting conditions. It records video in 720p and, you can use a cable to output the video to your HD screen. Other important features include, Wi-Fi, 16 GB built in memory, GPS with Nokia maps, front facing VGA camera and, an FM transmitter. In conclusion, the phone has a solid build, great camera and number of other features to make it a top phone.
Back in the day, this used to be one of the most powerful camera phones available, thanks to the 3.2 megapixels Cybershot branded camera. It also had a Xenon flash, which was extremely rare then. The design was pretty solid too, it was much slimmer than the older K800 and looked much sleeker. The round keys looked unique but, in some cases, the joystick went faulty after some use. It supports M2 memory card, instead of much commonly used micro SD. Video is recorded in a low resolution, not expected from a Cybershot. Fortunately, it has a front facing camera for 3G calling and the processor handles multitasking rather well. Overall, the mobile feels pretty solid, the material used to construct the back cover feels nice and the camera shutter feels good to operate too. Picture quality is excellent but, the video resolution should've been much better for a Cybershot phone.
This was my first mobile phone ever. I bought it back in summer of 2007, on my birthday. I was so excited to get this phone, Walkman series phones always attracted me, they still do by the way. I was delighted after using this phone for the first time and the black color with Orange trim looked way cool. The first thing that I did on this phone was to play some music and, at that time, I was quite delighted with the sound quality of the speaker, it came with in ear headphones too, not too common at that time. The Walkman player was visually spectacular and, it came with some equalizer settings as well. Equipped with a 2 megapixel camera with dual LEDs, it was a decent shooter at that time. Keypad was comfortable, screen was pretty good and, it generally felt good in your hand. Overall, it's a good music phone and, got the looks too.