Sony Ericsson W760i Video
Sony Ericsson W760i Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Kent German, senior editor here at CNET.com. Today we take a first look at the Sony Erikson W760i. This is a Walkman phone. Of all the Walkman phones I've seen, this is one of my favorites. I really like the design, I really like the features, performance. Really came together to provide a great user experience for this phone. The design is slider, the slider mechanism is well constructed, you can take it up, down with one hand. Phone does have a couple of unique design touches. There's sort of a textured material down here at the bottom, also the back battery cover has a textured material on it. This phone does have an accelerometer, so very much like the iPhone, when you tip the phone on its side you can see that the display rotates automatically. Also there's a shake control where you can advance the track by shaking the phone. The button in the center does have a different feel, [inaudible] texture, so when you're sliding your finger over it you can definitely feel the difference between the plastic here and this material on the OK button. Of course these are Walkman controls, you can use these keys to play your tunes, go fast forward, rewind. Here on this side there's a charger port, with a Walkman control right here, so that will activate the Walkman volume rocker right here. And then the memory card slot is up here. Phone does have quite a lot of features, it has a lot of GPS features, it has the 3.2 megapixel camera, has the Walkman player, full Bluetooth. So really this phone does well on the feature front, and the performance is good. But the best thing I liked about this phone really was the design, just attractive, user friendly, and avoids a lot of the mistakes Sony Erikson has made in the past. I'm Kent German, and this is the Sony Erikson W760i. ^M00:01:35 [ music ]
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