Written on: 24/07/2006 by Lou Grant (15 reviews written)
If you want a top of the range communication mobile phone that is all but a handheld laptop, you could not do better than to obtain a contract on the Sony Ericsson P910. You will not go wrong. It is s super piece of equipment, and one that I would highly recommend; be that for the individual or as a company communication tool, it is at this moment a top of the range unit. It allows communication using mobile email providers Smartner, IBM, Extended Systems, Visto, RIM Blackberry, Seven and... (read more)
Written on: 25/06/2006 by josephgreer
The Sony Ericsson P910 mobile phone is the most frustrating, worthless piece of plastic I've ever owned in my life, and I've owned several. The 15 bad points are only a small set of serious gripes I have about this phone. I could go on for hours about it.
I challenge anyone to find a review of this phone that is positive that is an honest review. I've yet to find one that can really say more than a brochure does.
I've spent a significant amount of time typing this review in the hope... (read more)
Written on: 03/01/2006 by stricklin (19 reviews written)
I have had my Sony Ericsson P910 mobile phone for over a year now, and I am very happy with it.
I could never use all the features it has to offer, but the features I do use work extremely well. I am not very happy with the camera, but I don't use it much anyway. The above average size and weight may be a bit of a downside, but as my phone is always on my desk or dashboard it is perfectly OK for me.
I can't wait for the soon to arrive P990i! (read more)
Written on: 30/06/2005 by aalpha17 (1 review written)
The Sony Ericsson P910 is not a bad size phone, but it did not match my expectations, it's not a full PDA as one would expext, it has a poor camera size compare to other Sony phones, it's battery life is poor.
I have decided not to use the phone am considering changing the phone to the T-mobile MDA 111 or wait for the P1000 to comes out. (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2005 by marksfb (1 review written)
I bought the phone online through Vodafone (UK market) paying about £150 for an 18 month contract with monthly line rental of about £25 - this included free weekend calls for 6 months, 200 minutes anytime calls and 500 free texts or data equivalent.
I had several years ago bought the Ericsson R380 smartphone which was rubbish with email and internet not working and Ericsson and BT Cellnet (service provider) passing the book on whom to blame. Therefore I was a bit cautious when purchasing... (read more)
Written on: 13/01/2005 by ssghafori (9 reviews written)
I recently upgraded from a P900 to the Sony Ericsson P910. To be honest there is nothing the P910 can do that the P900 can't. Although the P910 is built on the same platform as the P900 and for that matter the P800, its a completely different device.
To begin with lets discuss the main phone features:
Reception is satisfactory. But unlike other brands , most SE devices I have laid my hands on, with a weak reception act quiet normal, that is you don't hear anything and the other party don't... (read more)
Written on: 28/12/2004 by tanveerym (1 review written)
The Sony Ericsson P910 has everything I ever needed on a cell phone, I have tried many phones in my life and keep changing them, but this one is my best one. The network is quite good on it (I have another phone on same network), sound quality is excellent, screen has a 262k display so amazing video quality, can get loads of applications for it from internet sites so there is no end to it. (read more)
Written on: 26/11/2004 by hyigit (1 review written)
I purchased the Sony Ericsson P910 to have a phone with additional gadgets such as calendar, hand writing recogniton, internet, camera, etc.
But phone reception has really disappointed me, as even on Bhosphorus bridge in Istanbul, it was not able to talk. So found this site upon my search for comparison reviews for similar products, because I will most probably sell and buy a phone first of all.
Additionally camera better to be with zoom fn. (read more)