By Michell Bak, 8th of December 2007
Sony Ericsson W910 can be considered a big brother to the mid-end W580 Walkman phone. Both are pretty thin and have got the slider form factor. However where W910 really separates itself from the W580 is in terms of features, design and pleasure of usage. W910 is the first phone to have Walkman 3.0 with new music features and it’s also one of Sony Ericsson’s débutantes at using the A200 operating system.
- Quad-band GSM, EDGE, UMTS & tri-band HSDPA
- Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (with A2DP support)
- Excellent, large 2.4 inch TFT display
- New A200 platform with exciting new features
- Walkman 3.0
- Very thin and sexy slider design
- Excellent keypad with good tactile feedback
- 1 GB MemoryStick Micro M2 and music accessory comes bundled
- No WLAN
- Poor camera
When comparing W910 to the older – yet just as stylish – W880, there is a clear resemblance in terms of material quality, feel in hand and design. Both are extremely well designed and feel very good in your palm. They’re also both well built and thin. W910 is and will be a trend setter – just like the W880 was.
W910 comes in a fancy, relatively small see-through plastic box showing off the phone and a USB MemoryStick Micro card reader, that comes along with the phone. Also included in with my W910 was a 1 gigabyte MemoryStick Micro memory card, a Walkman stereo headset (in a sexy red colour!), a 3.5 mm. jack output cable (MMC-70), a charger, manuals, papers and a Walkman software CD.
You can find pictures of my w910 unboxing here and a video of it below.