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Sony Ericsson Yendo review: A touch of Walkman

Sony Ericsson Yendo review: A touch of Walkman

GSMArena team, 21 December 2010

It looks like the XPERIA X10 mini but acts like what it is – a full-touch feature phone. This is obviously nothing really to shout about as there are hundreds of them around now. It’s a first for Sony Ericsson but that’s not what makes it special...


Sony Ericsson W508 review: Above the fold

Sony Ericsson W508 review: Above the fold

GSMArena team, 14 April 2009

The Sony Ericsson W508 walks and talks midrange though by no means does it keep a low profile. What we have here is the full Walkman package at a bargain price and the rest of the W508 specs may...


Sony Ericsson W995 review: Ready, set, play

Sony Ericsson W995 review: Ready, set, play

GSMArena team, 06 March 2009

Convergence is the buzzword and the Cyber-shot Walkman affair-turned-marriage is busy producing offspring. And hey, the young Sony Ericsson W995 sure makes the first-born W902 look like a...


Sony Ericsson W595 review: Music on the slide

Sony Ericsson W595 review: Music on the slide

GSMArena team, 26 February 2009

We've already welcomed the W595 at the proto stage, but this time it's the real deal - we have a retail unit on our hands and we are ready to put it through its paces. The differences from the preceding model...


Sony Ericsson W902 review: Cyber-Walkman-shot

Sony Ericsson W902 review: Cyber-Walkman-shot

GSMArena team, 06 February 2009

A phone like no other or a quick-fix Cyber-shot Walkman mongrel trying to pass off as a hip novelty – you can call the Sony Ericsson W902 whatever you like, but it will still be the best cameraphone among music phones. The 5 megapixel auto focus camera opens a new chapter in the Walkman book...


Sony Ericsson W715 and C510 preview: First look

Sony Ericsson W715 and C510 preview: First look

GSMArena team, 09 January 2009

Sony Ericsson announced several new phones yesterday and we managed to snatch the Sony Ericsson C510 Cyber-shot and Sony Ericsson W715 Walkman for quick and dirty hands-on session...


Sony Ericsson roundup: W902, W595, W302 preview

Sony Ericsson roundup: W902, W595, W302 preview

GSMArena team, 22 July 2008

Sony Ericsson is making headlines again today, but the three fresh Walkmans is no news any more. The news is we got the actual handsets and our coverage goes deeper with a quick preview of the three new phones to hit the Walkman lineup...


Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman review: 8 gigs of character

Sony Ericsson W980 Walkman review: 8 gigs of character

GSMArena team, 23 May 2008

It's no news any more that we've been playing with one of the hotties of the season for some time now. Sony Ericsson W980 made a glorious entrance but we're yet to see about the exit. Set to top the Walkman feature phone lineup, W980 carries along 8 GB worth of storage, a 3 megapixel camera and a built-in accelerometer. The touch-sensitive keys and the latest Sony Ericsson feature phone interface add to the excitement. Still not interested? Then try to think of another music phone with a built-in FM transmitter!


Sony Ericsson W980 preview: First look

Sony Ericsson W980 preview: First look

GSMArena team, 12 May 2008

Sony Ericsson W980 is among those gadgets with enough class and guts to hope for a long run in the spotlight. A Walkman-series phone, armed with 8GB of internal memory, 3 megapixel camera and a built-in accelerometer simply cannot go unnoticed. Now...


Sony Ericsson W760 review: Walkman meets GPS

Sony Ericsson W760 review: Walkman meets GPS

GSMArena team, 25 March 2008

Sony Ericsson W760 made a name for being the first Sony Ericson phone to offer an integrated GPS receiver. With a large QVGA display, stereo speakers, Media Center and the 3 megapixel camera on top, the W760 packs a nice punch...


Sony Ericsson W890 review: Thin Walkman refined

Sony Ericsson W890 review: Thin Walkman refined

GSMArena team, 28 December 2007

With 2008 around the corner, hopes are high for the coming year but the devoted fans of Sony Ericsson W880 have yet another reason to eagerly look forward. The expected release of Sony Ericsson W890 should be enough to keep them...


Sony Ericsson W910 review: Walkman in style

Sony Ericsson W910 review: Walkman in style

GSMArena team, 16 November 2007

The Sony Ericsson W910 reinforced the Walkman ranks with a suave, yet strong performer. The thin and elegant slider does look the part, while HSDPA (3.6 Mbps) and Walkman 3.0 are the right features to expect in a high-end device. At first glance, the W910...


Sony Ericsson W960 review: Walkman extreme

Sony Ericsson W960 review: Walkman extreme

GSMArena team, 09 October 2007

Sony Ericsson W960 is aptly the big gun in the Sony Ericsson portfolio of music-centered handsets. Gifted with the scorching 8GB of storage space and a large touchscreen TFT display, a 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, the W960 easily stands...


Sony Ericsson W580 review: Stay fit and entertained

Sony Ericsson W580 review: Stay fit and entertained

Jan Horalík, 23 August 2007

Finally, the Sony Ericsson W580 arrived at our test site – a music phone featuring a slim sliding construction, light effects and a pedometer to fulfill all your daily music and sports needs. The handset comes complete with a 2 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth...


Sony Ericsson W660 review: A gentle music soul

Sony Ericsson W660 review: A gentle music soul

Kuruc Jiří, 14 August 2007

Finished in red and gold, Sony Ericsson W660 is the latest and most delicate addition to the Walkman Series. Red is the dominant color with highlights of gold on a few details like the stripe along the sides of the device, the navigation keys...


Sony Ericsson W880 review: No catch, plain thin

Sony Ericsson W880 review: No catch, plain thin

GSMArena team, 06 February 2007

Sony Ericsson W880 is the newest addition to the Sony Ericsson Walkman line. Nothing uncommon here, we’ve seen lots of those. The most unusual thing about it though is its form factor – an ultra slim bar-shaped handset with plenty of cool features to offer. Take 3G network support, add a 2 megapixel camera, spice it up with a M2 memory card slot and Bluetooth and finally put it all in the slimmest shell possible and you will get a great result – the Sony Ericsson W880.


Sony Ericsson W710 review: Sports and music

Sony Ericsson W710 review: Sports and music

GSMArena team, 29 January 2007

What's better than a Walkman music player by your side while running in the park? Well, there is one and that is to have a Walkman phone and a pedometer in an all-in-one pack. Well, you've guessed it; it's the Sony Ericsson W710, the latest Walkman mobile phone from Sony Ericsson. The clamshell sports a 2 megapixel camera, a Memory Stick Micro memory card slot, a FM radio, and a set of nice fitness applications to store your results and to calculate how many calories you have burned on the track that day. It's a highly attractive combination that makes the first steps for Sony Ericsson on the mobile sports track. We'll see how it keeps up there.


Sony Ericsson W850 review: A Walkman with a slide

Sony Ericsson W850 review: A Walkman with a slide

GSMArena team, 06 November 2006

Sony Ericsson W850 is the next Walkman phone, but this time it comes in the slider form factor. It boasts a large display with QVGA resolution, full 3G capabilities with video calls, a 2 megapixel camera and the latest Walkman 2.0 music player. It’s an expensive mobile to start with but hopes are that it’s got more than needed to become a bestseller.


Sony Ericsson W950 review: Let the music play

Sony Ericsson W950 review: Let the music play

GSMArena team, 16 October 2006

The Sony Ericsson W950 is an exciting new addition to the Walkman series of Sony Ericsson. It is a smartphone based on the Symbian 9.1 UIQ 3.0 with a stylish and yet classical design. Although it doesn’t feature a camera, the 4GB of free space and the dedicated multimedia keys would make any music lover jump from joy. The large touchscreen TFT display with QVGA resolution is just another fascinating feature for the tech buffs.


Sony Ericsson W810 review: Walkman on the EDGE

Sony Ericsson W810 review: Walkman on the EDGE

Michal Sedlák, 10 May 2006

A few months after launching its new W810 model, Sony Ericsson delivered it to our office. This black twin of the famous W800 model features EDGE and the main menu has undergone slight modifications. All other applications have remained untouched. The new W810 is much more about color emotions, sport spirit, and launching novelties at all costs.


Sony Ericsson W900 review: Walkman the Third

Sony Ericsson W900 review: Walkman the Third

David Polesný, 03 January 2006

Its entertainment options are immense - 3G support, brilliant MP3 player, 2 megapixel camera, memory cards, top-class display and unusual rotating construction. I am sure all technology fans will be excited, but let us see if this excitement will last.


Sony Ericsson W800 review: Walkman, camera, phone

Sony Ericsson W800 review: Walkman, camera, phone

Michal Sedlák, 12 August 2005

We have tested the so eagerly waited walkman from Sony Ericsson. This orange jewel has a memory card of 512 MB capacity, excellent earphones as well as a camera and function menu that are as brilliant as those of Sony Ericsson K750.