This is what I call a battery 440 standby!, forget about the lousy "Nokia n95" battery, fat phone and horrible battery, here we got ourselves a good phone, finally, was worth waiting! thank god I gave back my Nokia N95
hi there ;
i've been lucky as i fully used SE M600 befor buying that , so i cant say that's a junk phone as it delivers lots of functionality ; lack of camera and FM radio have never been so important for me as i love this phone for it's size , weight and off course a big Touch screen. P1 is my dream handset for it's WiFi support and camera without giving any inflation to the body ; also it resembles my M600 :-) i'm eagerly waiting for this fab to become available in my country ;
Building on the feature set of earlier models, the Sony Ericsson P1 supports a wide range of push email solutions and Web browsing applications, plus connectivity via hi-speed UMTS and Wireless LAN (WiFi™). Add to this its compact size and multimedia capabilities and the P1 is the complete mobile office. It is based on the Symbian™ operating system (v9.1) and UIQ 3.0, an open platform that offers broad potential for multimedia applications from operators/carriers, content owners and third party developers.
In short, the P1 is a device as small as a standard phone that offers flexible ways to work:
Dual function keyboard - full alpha-numeric (e.g. QWERTY) text input combined with one hand phone usability
Choice of text input method including handwriting and word completion
Push email enabled including support for Exchange ActiveSync™ and BlackBerry® Connect™
Integrated WLAN and VoIP enabled
3.2 megapixel camera with business card scanner
Large 2.6” touchscreen with a Transflective Display that is easier to view in bright light conditions
Push email and remote working
Always being connected while on the move is now a normal part of working life. The Sony Ericsson P1 gives you the ability to handle your corporate or personal emails, contacts and calendar wherever you are. It offers support for a broad range of push email services including Exchange ActiveSync™ and BlackBerry Connect and allows for remote wiping of email and PIM data; something critical in the event of the phone being stolen or misplaced.
The Sony Ericsson P1 lets you read and edit documents on the move, whether Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Excel. It also ships with a desk stand and USB cable in-box, making it straightforward to synchronise with your PC.
High speed connectivity
Both UMTS and integrated WLAN provide for high-speed Web browsing and data downloads, plus email at a rate and performance you enjoy from your office desktop. The Sony Ericsson P1 is also VoIP enabled for making calls over the internet.
Surfing the Web is intuitive thanks to the Opera™ Web Browser that displays pages in horizontal, wide screen aspect. The large, touchscreen QVGA display can be seen and used even in bright environments due to the Transflective Display. The 3.2 megapixel camera takes great shots to store or share via Picture Blogging and is also a useful tool for work purposes. It does away with the need to collect stacks of business cards when travelling. Just take a close-up shot of a business card and the card scanner transfers the contact details directly into the phonebook.
As well as a business tool, the Sony Ericsson P1 also serves as an advanced multimedia companion. Its music and video player mean that you can take your favourite tunes and video clips with you on the 512MB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) provided. Catch the latest news via the on-board FM Radio or stream mobile TV direct to the large screen. Whichever you choose to do, with the P1 you are never short of options.
The Sony Ericsson P1 is a Tri-Band GPRS 900/1800/1900 and UMTS 2100 handset with Wi-Fi 802.11b. It will be available in selected markets from Q3 2007.
The Sony Ericsson P1 at a glance:
QWERTY keyboard and handwriting text input
Predictive text input
Transflective Display for bright light conditions
Document editors and readers
WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11b)
Business card scanning
Email and Web
Push email support provided by/licensed from;
Ericsson Mobile Office
Microsoft - Exchange ActiveSync™
Research In Motion- BlackBerry Connect
POP3, IMAP4, including IMAP IDLE
Opera™ Web Browser 8.0
VPN client from Certicom
Imaging and Multimedia
3.2 megapixel camera with Auto focus
Digital zoom, 3x
Mobile TV – H.264 playback
Picture messaging (MMS)
Text messaging (SMS)
Bluetooth stereo (A2DP)
Music tones (MP3/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+)
512 MB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) expandable memory
160 MB User Memory (internal)
FM radio RDS
Picture Blogging (Free downloadable application)
USB 2.0 mass storage
1120 mAh battery
Stereo Headset HPM-62
Desk Stand CDS-65
512MB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™)
Extra Stylus (for touchscreen use)
Standard Phone Charger
Bluetooth™ Car Speakerphone HCB-120
Music Remote Control MRC-60
Bluetooth™ Music Receiver MBR-100
Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-GV435
Bluetooth Headset HBH-IV835
Stereo Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-DS980
Facts and Figures
Operating system: Symbian™ OS v9.1
Size: 106 x 55 x 17 mm
Weight: 124 grams
Colour: Silver Black
Screen: 262,144 color TFT touchscreen
Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
Size: 2.6 inches
Networks: P1c/i: UMTS 2100-GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900
Talk time GSM/UMTS: Up to 10 hrs/3 hrs 30 min
Standby time GSM/UMTS: Up to 440 hrs/350 hrs
Video call time: Up to 2 hrs
great phone.it have kind of every thing what a man need in his mobile.so the fact is the price do any one know the price of this mobile when it realeses.
this thing is awesome..... it's like SE is on it's next level.... whewwww!
this phone is a world class phone.. can beat nokia n95.. i want buy this ph.. mayb nokia fans really hate what i saying about it... stay cool sony ericsson n let dancing with sony ericsson..
Isn't here talking about this nice,cool,good,and super smart phone. Why the hell, some of you guys talk about Blu-Ray & HD Disc here ? Sony phone is always the top one to me.
se is quit a company always taking the world by suprise.se p1 is a nice phone compare to order models when is it coming to nigeria.
P1 has 1150MaH battery. with same processor as of P990(in which it has lower capacity battery) i think it will last longer than the latter does.
It's a nice fone,i'm a big fan of P Series,and now i am planning to buy p990i.cause theres no big difference between P990i and P1i,operating system is same almost everything is is same except ram and inbuilt memory.
Ryo, i think every laptop that comes with a memory card reader has the ability to support more than just sd, i have support for sd, m2, and xd just to name a few and theres a couple more. P1 is a good phone however it is lacking in some areas, battery life is NOT one of them
Well for those who think microSD is better...think again...M2 format is going to come up with a 4GB version that is compatible with existing sony ericsson models...Now, the upcoming 4GB microSD is not compatible with existing phone models...imagine that/// M2 Rules!!!
Expect to see more improvment from P990i but still not to my expectation. Now most PDA phones comes with 16 million colours. Prefer with better WiFi of g over b network. Battery stamina is pretty unreliable has they differ by my different aspects/configurations. The bigger the screen size, the more power it consumes. Usually can last only up to 3 to 4 hours of talktime base on the reception and network operations. It's wiser not to integrate the tiny keyboards as it serves little or no purpose. The outlook is much better compared to P990i. Now the trend with metalic brush surfaces are most stylis including cameras. Will be great if the next invention has a back-up service of SMS like the nokia smartphones.
can you stop to talking about bluray, UMD, or others Sony product and complained about it???
please, we all here to give an opinion for the only this SE P1
its good and cool i like it very much.but its a expensive cell phone i cant aford it due to this i cant purchase it.oooooooh gggggggggggggggggod allas
These corporations support Blu-ray disk :-
Silly you. Normal SD system cannot take higer than 2gb unlesr ur device was HP-SD ready. (Even n-series cannot take 4gb micro sd) , but it diffrent story with M2 micro
Before posting something crap! Better checking your source
Blu-ray Disc has gained a large amount of support in the corporate world, with companies such as Apple Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Dell, and Panasonic supporting it. Blu-ray Disc was first developed by Sony Corporation in 2002 as a next generation data and video storage format alternative to DVD.
In a recent interview with GameSpot, when quizzed on the new LG HD DVD/Blu-ray combo players, Sir Howard Stringer CEO of Sony had this to say: "It's an expensive way of showing Universal discs. The three biggest box-office winners of this year were, in order: Sony, Disney, and Fox. Those are the three Blu-ray players. When you consider that those three successful studios will be delivering last year's successful box office in home video this year, then that's an enormous advantage. The fourth is Warner, and they release in both formats, so it doesn't hurt. If you are going to be buying discs, you are going to be buying an awful lot of Blu-ray discs going forward—if you want Pirates of the Caribbean or James Bond or Da Vinci Code or Spider-Man. Universal is the only one with HD DVD. I don't feel terribly intimidated."
To The Person who says that Sony Blue-ray disk is a flop :-
There is a list available at Wikipedia. List contains those companies who feels pride to associate with Sony. For you i am pasting it down :-
The Blu-ray Disc Association website describes the role of the Board of Directors as follows :
"Companies participating in the Board of Directors are active participants of the format creation and key BDA activities. They are selected from the Contributors by election. The board sets an overall strategy and approves key issues. A board member can participate in all activities and attend all meetings. The Blu-ray Disc Founder companies will make up the initial Board of Directors. Annual fee: $ 50,000"
The current 18 board members (as of 09/12/2006) are :
Twentieth Century Fox
Walt Disney Company
The role of contibutors as described by the Blu-ray Disc Association Website:
"Contributors are active participants of the format creation and other key BDA activities. They can be elected to become a member of the Board of Directors. A contributor can attend general meetings and seminars, and can participate in Technical Expert Groups (TEGs), regional Promotion Team activities, and most of the Compliance Committee (CC) activities. Membership requires execution of Contribution Agreement and must be approved by the Board of Directors. Annual fee: $ 20,000"
The 65 Contributors as of December 2006 are :
ATI Technologies Inc.
CMC Magnetics Corporation
Coding Technologies GmbH
Cryptography Research Inc.
DATARIUS Technologies GmbH
Deluxe Media Services Inc.
Dolby Laboratories Inc.
Electronic Arts Inc.
Fuji Photo Film Co. Ltd.
Gibson Guitar Corp.
LITE-ON IT Corporation
Meridian Audio Ltd.
Mitsubishi Kagaku Media Co.Ltd.
Mitsui Chemicals Inc.
Moser Baer India Limited
NEC Electronics Corporation
Optodisc Technology Corporation
Paramount Pictures Corporation
Prodisc Technology Inc.
Pulstec Industrial Co., Ltd.
Ricoh Co., Ltd.
ShibaSoku Co. Ltd.
Sigma Designs Inc.
Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd.,
Texas Instruments, Inc.
Universal Music Group
Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.
Zentek Technology Japan, Inc.
The Blu-ray Disc Association Website describes Members as follows:
"General membership provides access to specific information from Committee discussions. A general member can attend general meetings and seminars. They can participate in specific Regional Promotion Team activities and specific CC activities. Annual fee: $3,000"
There are currently 94 members:
Alpine Electronics Inc.
Asahi Kasei Microsystems Co., Ltd.
ashampoo GmbH & Co. KG
Bandai Visual Co. Ltd.
Basler Vision Technologies
Cinram Manufacturing Inc.
D&M holdings, Inc.
Daewoo Electronics Corporation
Daikin Industries, Ltd.
Daxon Technology Inc.
Eclipse Data Technologies
Elpida Memory, Inc.
ESS Technology Inc.
Expert Magnetics Corp.
Fujitsu Ten Ltd.
Funai Electric Co., Ltd.
GalleryPlayer Media Networks
Hie Electronics, Inc.
Hoei Sangyo Co., Ltd.
INFODISC Technology Co., Ltd.
Kadokawa Holdings Inc.
Kitano Co., Ltd.
Konica Minolta Opto Inc.
Laser Pacific Media Corp.
Lauda Co. Ltd.
Lead Data Inc.
LEADER ELECTRONICS CORP
Linn Products Ltd.
M2 Engineering AB
Mitsumi Electric Co., Ltd.
Must Technology Co., Ltd.
Newtech Infosystems Inc.
NEXAPM Systems Technology Inc.
NTT Electronics Corporation
OC Oerlikon Balzers AG
Omnibus Japan Inc.
Online Media Technologies Ltd.
Ono Sokki Co., Ltd.
Origin Electric Co., Ltd.
PoINT Software & Systems GmbH
Pony Canyon Enterprise
Primera Technology, Inc.
Quanta Storage Inc.
Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd.
Dr. Schwab Inspection Technology GmbH
Shinano Kenshi Co. Ltd.
STEAG ETA-OPTIK GmbH
Tao Group Limited
Targray Technology International Inc.
Teijin Chemicals Ltd.
Toei Video Company Ltd.
Toho Company, Ltd.
Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.
TOPTICA Photonics AG
Vivendi Universal Games
Yokogawa Electric Corporation
1K Studios, LLC
IS IT OK FOR YOU ? Sony is everywhere. From Sony Pictures that produced Spiderman to Sony Music to Memory Stick. I guess you do not have enough knowledge of Memory Stick. Let me tell you :-
In a joint venture with SanDisk, Sony released a new Memory Stick format on February 6, 2006. The Memory Stick Micro (M2) measures 15 × 12.5 × 1.2 mm—roughly one-quarter the size of the Duo, around the size of a fingernail—with 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB and 2 GB capacities, with a theoretical limit of 32 GB. Maximum transfer speed is 160 Mbit/s. It comes with an adapter, much like the Duo Sticks, to ensure compatibility with current PRO devices.
I feel proud to use Sony and yes Memory Stick too because i am different.