The Sony Ericsson P1i, a true smartphone ~ GAMES AND GADGETS

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Thursday, October 4, 2007

The Sony Ericsson P1i, a true smartphone

The Sony Ericsson P1i is the latest addition to Sony Ericsson's smartphone line. The Sony Ericsson P1i has the features of the previous P Series models as well as new design and improved speed and performance.


The Sony Ericsson P1i is compatible GSM 900, 1800, 1900 networks and UMTS 2100. The Sony Ericsson P1i is 25% smaller than the P990, has 262,144 color touch screen with 240 x 320 pixel resolution, 3.2 mega pixel camera with 3x digital zoom, auto focus, photo light and video recording, Bluetooth that supports A2DP, Media Player, 160 MB of internal memory expandable by Memory Stick Micro, Infrared, WLAN, and USB connectivity.

Business Features

The Sony Ericsson P1i is truly a feature rich smart phone. Users can connect to the internet either through the P1i's built-in Wireless LAN or through high speed UMTS connection. Businessmen would be glad to know that the Sony Ericsson P1i supports a wide range of push email solutions like Exchange ActiveSync and Blackberry Connect and also has a built-in Opera Mobile browser. Writing emails using the P1i is easy as the phone has a dual function keyboard; users can choose to write using QWERTY input or the standard phone pad for one hand usability. Another input option is through the phone's touch screen which recognizes handwriting. Aside from the push email solution that the Sony Ericsson P1i is offering, editing documents on the go is also possible since the P1i lets users edit Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Excel documents. A new feature on the P1i that is not available on previous models is the P1i's capability to scan business cards and store it instantly on your phonebook. Users can just take a close up photo of the business card and the phone's scanner will transfer the contact details on the phonebook.

Read full article here: Sony Ericsson P1i: A Feature Rich Smart Phone

Others to Consider: Sony Ericsson W960i - same specs but tailored for teeners.

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