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★★★★★

“The P900 has broken through the barriers of mobile...”

Written on: 09/02/2004 by denniswoon (2 reviews written)

Good Points
Loud External Speaker, integrated digital camera and video camera, generous internal memory, compatible with many file formats..... practically almost everything the phone has to offer.

Bad Points
A little difficult to navigate through. Blue tooth headset not very simple to activate. Stylus is too small.

General Comments
The P900 has broken through the barriers of mobile phones. It is probably by far the most multifunctional handheld devices on the market today. Having never used the P800 nor being a big fan of SonyEricsson, i was amazed by the capabilities of this little device.



It wasn't as big as i thought or imagined it to be which amazed me as to how on earth they managed to cram all the functions into that tiny device!!



But down to the serious side, what first impressed me was that that phone was not as laggy as i had thought it would be. From past experience with PDA/Phones is that there is a noticable lag when using the touch screen. But with the P900 it was comparibly minimal.



I was shocked and awed by the clarity and volume of the ringotnes on this phone. It truly amazed me at how loud it was. I also bought a Nokia 6600 and i honestly admit, the sound is pathetically soft.



The phone includes a full set of connectivity options. ie infrared, bluetooth, WAP, GPRS etc. So there is should be no problem with accessing the rest of the world with the P900.



Despite never having used the P800, i do know that the keypad on the P800 actually has direct contact onto the touch screen. I would forsee this as a problem in the long run. SE has improved with the P900 making the keypad a sepearate piece on its own.



The P900 comes with a standard Digital camera and video camera. The digital camera has a few modes which comes in handy when taking pictures in different environments; ie indoor, outdoor. The same goes for the digital camera, however I find the videos taken from the P900 to be quite choppy. Videos taken from my Nokia 6600 appear to be lot smoother by comparison.



Some of the downsides i found with the phone are probably due to the fact that i'm not very familiar with SE phones but. I find that the phone itself is a little hard to navigate through in general. I find myself constantly going in and out of menu's looking for something.



Another issue i had with the phone is connecting the bluetooth headset to the phone. Everytime i want to use the headset i have to go through the menus and activate the bluetooth. What makes it worse is that i can't seem to add a bluetooth shortcut to the "Jog-Dial". So using my bluetooth headset is a pain in the a**.



As for the stylus, it would be a whole lot better if it were a little bigger. I know its a great improvement from the P800 stylus but even with the P900 stylus, my hand cramps up after long usage.



Overall I think this phone is THE phone today. It has everything and anything you could want in a handheld multimedia device. I think previous SE owners won't go through what i've gone through in terms of navigation so they should find this phone a superb one. I don't recommend those who are technologically challenged to purchase this phone, I myself try to keep up with technology and I still found it a little difficult to use. But for those on the other side on the technological barrier, if you can afford this phone by all means BUY IT... you'll love it!! The functions and capabilities are endless (for today that is)