Sony Ericsson P800 Reviews
Product Type: Sony Ericsson Smartphone
Description:Model ID P800 / Sony Ericsson P800 - Smartphone - GSM - electric blue / The P800 is a master of mobile versatility. It's a digital camera, a video player, an MP3 player and an organizer with a color touchscreen. It supports polyphonic sound, multimedia messaging (MMS), Java ... more
Sony Ericsson P800 ... and Bluetooth. And you can play 3D games in widescreen format using the on-screen touch controls. Some say it's a phone. Sony Ericsson says it's a P800.
The P800 comes with a 16MB Memory Stick Duo plus additional 12MB internal storage space where you can store everything from video clips and your own photo album to polyphonic ring signals and Java applications. The P800 lets you watch streaming video or video clips on the go, and create multimedia messages with photos and sound and send them the minute after. You can also add photos to your contacts to see who's calling, and design your own wallpaper and screensavers. The e-mail, calendar, contacts and notes applications can be synchronized with Outlook and Lotus Notes on your PC. The P800 handles e-mail with attachments, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Acrobat. The P800 also supports GPRS, High Speed Data and WAP 2.0.
Newest Review: ... you can buy more memory cards). It also has a stylus, so great for navigation and you can 'type' in keys like on a ... more
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Customer Sony Ericsson P800 Reviews (8)
by - written on 09/06/03, updated on 09/06/03 (Very useful, 1562 readings)
Heard the expression 'neither fish nor fowl'? The P800 is too big for a phone, too slow for a PDA, not really a camera, but this is as close as you can get for an all-in-one device. It has its faults, but it isn't bad! Get a BlueTooth headset to go with it, though. As a phone, it works. Sound quality is good, reception is good (better than quite a lot of Nokias). Battery life is good if you don't use BlueTooth for headset; if you do (and you should), it's a couple of days per charge. It's a little bulky but (and here's the punch line) if you use a headset, the brick bit lives in your case/pocket/dashboard. No problem. As a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/03, updated on 26/10/04 (Very useful, 2108 readings)
Public Service Announcement: This is likely to be quite a long op, sorry, as I'm very very very impressed with this thing. Consequently, anyone who's only after how to get them cheap should take my endorsement as read, and skip straight to the bottom now... Well, there is quite a lot to write about here... I've had a mobile for about 5 years now, and whatever the handset, it's always been my most treasured possession. I think it goes back to when I was a kid, reading Dan Dare in the Eagle comic, and watching Star Trek. I was always deeply disappointed that I'd been born far too early. In the future, people would be able to do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/04, updated on 26/10/04 (Very useful, 773 readings)
I bought a Sony Ericsson P800 in October 2003 and I have mixed feelings about it. At the time of purchase, I thought the sun shone from the behind of this phone but since then I have discovered one or two gripes with it, so this is a kind of good vs evil review of the P800. First I'll start with the good points. Basically, the phone is a good phone packed with both useful and not to useful features. It comes equipped with a camera which is always handy. The pictures aren't brilliant but they are about as good as most camera phones. The phone also has both bluetooth and infra red which makes for both easy and cheap exchanging of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/03, updated on 16/03/03 (Very useful, 2238 readings)
Hello again, sadly...my T300 has been demoted...welcome in to my life the S-E P800... ***Takes big breath*** WOW...phone..ok...MP3 player...from head phones or built in speaker...interesting...Built in camera...been done...Personal organiser...very useful...multimedia messenging...email...can read WORD,EXCEL and POWERPOINT attachments....GULP....surf WAP...so what??? SURF GRAPHICALLY ENHANCED INTERNET....OH MY GOSH... Seriously folks, this is a tremendous tool, it is easy to navigate...I can even read HOTMAIL using the inbuilt browser...but if you do get a chance...download the "OPERA" browser for the P800...it formats the internet to the screen ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/07 (Useful, 37 readings)
This is an excellent phone (reviewed in 2007). The phone runs the Symbian OS, means means there are lot of programs available for it. (think of it as Windows for your phone, but only much better) I wanted a smartphone that was both a phone and a PDA. In the years of using it has never let me down and has been a solid phone! I like the flip screen which opens up, which is great for web browsing and other applications e.g. photo viewing. You can also view full length movies. Though you are limited to the memory slot which is 128MB (of course you can buy more memory cards). It also has a stylus, so great for navigation and you ... Read the complete review
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