Sony Ericsson W200
Here is the first low-end Walkman series phone. And it is positioned as a plain-to-use model perfect
as the first musical phone for a new music lover.
Disc2Phone software is delivered. It helps sending music to the phone from PC easily.
The body holds special Walkman buttons for direct access to the player menu.
Memory Stick Micro (M2) memory card is used for music storage, a 128 MB card is included in the package.
- Class: multimedia, low-end
- Position in the line: under Sony Ericsson W300
- Rivals: no data
- Description based on official information
- General features
- Announced in January 2007, official announcement on the 08 January 2007
- eGSM 900/1800/1900 or 850/1800/1900
- Battery type Li-Ion
- Battery life:
- talk mode up to 7 hours
- standby mode up to 360 hours
- Colour graphical display, high-contrast, up to 65000 colours (UBC), the resolution of 128x160 pixels
- Weight: 85 gramms
- Dimensions: 101x44x18 mm
- Up to 1000 names with completely of partly filled fields.
Personal call melody, own image for a name.
- Call log of last 30 calls of all types with time and duration specified
- User memory forms 27 MB, shared dynamically by all applications
- Memory Stick Micro™ (128 MB in a package)
- Call management, ringing tones
- Polyphonic call melodies, 40-tones polyphony
- Fats dial for 9 numbers
- Automatic redial (up to 10 attempts)
- Automatic and manual network selection
- mp3/aac files as a call melody
- Predictive text input Т9
- Concatenated messages
- Message templates
- Sending and receiving graphical messages
- Integrated VGA camera (the maximum resolution of 640x480)
- Video as 3GP
- 4x digital zoom
- Java (MIDP 2.0)
- Integrated image editor
- Musical composer, MusicDJ
- Play Now
- Themes, several are preset - include wall-papers, sounds and graphical screen elements
- FM-radio, memory for 20 stations, automatic search,
stereo sound, RDS
- Integrated video and audio player (MPEG4, H.263, AAC, MP3)
- My Pictures - allows setting extra pictures, receives pictures from PC or a camera
- Integrated mail client (SMTP/POP3/IMAP4)
- Instant Messaging
- GPRS class 10
- WAP 2.0 ( xHTML)
- Synchronization with PC
- Organizer and extras
- Integrated file manager
- User profiles
- Headbands at phone on and off
- Search in to-do list, organizer
- Dictaphone (only free memory limitations).
- Date, time
- Alarm clock plain and recurrent
- Timer, stopwatch with intermediate values and a plain
Michail Machnaev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Published 25 January 2007
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