I bought a Sony Ericsson P910i just last month. Yeah it is a second hand unit but it's good. I'm loving it so much I can't find any other phone that can compete with it other than another sony ericsson phone. I bought a 1 gb memory stick and it's superb. more photos and more videos.
someone told me it even supports a 2gb memory stick but i doubt cause i haven't really tried. anyway. i should find out soon because i want more memory for my phone.
i've been watching episodes of gossip girl with its big screen, it's a really superb. i would have wished for a wifi and megapixel cam but this is just perfect the way it is.
i'm gonna buy another sony ericsson the next time. thanks sony ericsson!
i m goona buy to p910a mobile so tell me i should buy or not..............?
plz give me ur suggesion
I am about to get a SE P910 from a family member who doesent need it anymore. When i saw it, I fell in love! The design, the functions, that biiiiiiig screen! perfect!
Luv evereything about it! I sjeck out the offer today : blackberry pearl 8120, palm treo 750, Palm centro ( actually, the centro ain't half bad!), etc, i see that this one is better than any of those!
P.S. If anyone can give me any tips on it, i'd really apriciatte it. hints, good sites ( freeware, if possible) or anything, send me an E-mail, ok?
Good day! Sony Ericsson Rockz! I luv my P910i eventhough it is manufactured last 2004 but i like it. but i have just question to ask you guys. how to remove my keypad in my P910i fone pls answer me and how to return it? how to download games in my fone pls email me @ email@example.com i will appreciate you guyz those who will help me.. Thanks so much.. SE Rules!!!!!!!!!!!!
This unit has already been discontinued. As a former user (in fact all P-series), I would suggest to buy P990i which is now very cheap but truly a great smartphohe and/or PDA. I have not changed my P990i since its successor is P1i which I don't like it. I might keep my P990i and at the same time wait for XPERIA X1.
As a happy former user of the P910i, I would strongly agree with buying this phone - It really is excellent! Although it has not been succeeded by the P990i and P1i, it still beats a lot of competing smartphones, because of its simplicity. If you can afford it, you may prefer the P1i, however the P990i is riddled with problems - a few minutes going through google shows this.
You can pick a good condition P910i up on ebay for around £30 these days...watch out for the Vodafone ones, as Vodafone brand the phone.
Hope this helps.
to sohail,pls advise me should i buy this p910i or not?
is this phone good better or best?
pls tell how can i download all those application like browsing and all messengers even skype extra............pls let me now..............most important thing is this p910i is two three year old so there is anyway or how can i update firmware or somthing pls?thanks
am using this phone for 3 year's i dont have problem with it,am still using it with nokia  pls can any one surjest to me of anuther phone i will use that is more better than this once am using now,THANK'S
hi can any one suggest me the phone which is equivalent to P910 as it has been discontinued?????
i badly in need of P910...
if any suggestions plz mail me on my id?????
use dopod d810for a full browsing. amazing full browsing with explorer.even mail, yahoo chat, 3g supported, I love it. mail me if any question .
for Niyi : thanks for reply niyi,pls advise me should i buy p910i or p990i or p1......which one is good for browsing and whtch video clips and viseo songs and good prices?oh......before i forget if i buy p910i now how and from where can i update software after update hope p910i will be faster?and from where can i get all applications free from internet for p910i like u said u chat with ur friends all over the world?
@Amir - I have been using P910i for more than 3 years although i bought a P1i(Drop dead gorgeous!)two months ago. Browsing with the P910i is wonderful and easy. I even chat with my friends around the world from my P910i. Believe me............its a very cool phone.
pls tell me anyone have try browsing with this phone?is that good and easy to use for browsing?thanks
I just dropped the my p910 on the ground and the screen display is gone. The screen itself is O.K and not broken. I still can receive calls through it. Please suggest how to get it fixed. I love my sony ericsson p910 very much.
hello everyone, i just wna ask for help coz i have a p910i but i dont use it anymore coz it wont turn on anymore,but everytime i tried to turn it on,it just vibrate but no display on the LCD. It started last year,month of July,i was charging it while texting then suddenly my P910i shut down by itself,then when i tried to turn it on again,it wont anymore. I already tried to bring it to the celphone shops and they tried to reprogram it but they told me that the its probably not the program which is damaged but the physical phone itself. can somebody help me where am i goin to bring my P910i for repair? coz i really mis my P910i and i guess i can never purchase another P910i as brand new coz its already been out of the market. pls help me pls pls. contact me at 09173657222 im from the Philippines. tnx guys. my email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am now on my 3rd S.E. P910i and I think that they are truly brilliant phones..
The previous 2 have been passed on to other family members cos' they are just so useful.
I have even sold my replacement P990i and bought another P910i as the screen was just to small!
First lets identify its out-dated features. Horrendous battery life & poor Stand-By compared to the latest generation of phones. But this is only when the Bluetooth is On!
It can last upto 3 times longer if the BT
is switched off. To be honest I usually carry a spare battery (cheap to buy) or use the car charger when driving.
The reverse (qwerty) side of the solid flip down keypad is very fiddly for fast Texting or Email; but the front facing numerical keypad is excellent for dialling & functions
Either way the keypad is very easily removed allowing for complete 'Touchscreen' input of all functions or use the 3rd option which is the fantastic Sony 5-way 'Jog Dial'.
How many phones can offer 3 different ways to make calls; input data & access funtions?
The actual body/casing was limited to a few unexciting colours and can look shabby after a year or so but plenty of replacement cases and covers are available on Ebay & Internet!
No built in Radio Function.
However a SE plug in FM radio is only £10/€15
In todays market the big let down really is the lack of 'Wireless-LAN'..
It is now to be found on the the replacement model (of the P910i) the P990i allowing connection to Internet Hotspots..
If only you could transfer the replacement SE P990i wireless connectivity to the P910i then it would still be a world beater.
There is a 1.0MP (yes a 1 Mega Pixel) camera fitted and Not an 0.3MP as is incorrectly and commonly stated.
It may not seem powerful by todays standard but when it was designed for a 2004 launch it was up there with the best of the rest and made it a pretty good video-cam too.
Its a shame there wasn't a 2MP camera upgrade here to match a stunning 256k Colour Display Screen..(=0.3MP)
See, this is where everyone gets confused!!
This phone has it all and is very user friendly. Starting with the usual Bluetooth hands-free headset functions to the easy set up for Voice Dialling from the Contacts list,
(which include photo association) and MMS.
Then on to the PDA capability to synchronise to a PC/Laptop or download zipped files and programmes from the PC/Internet using its efficient Symbian Software via the dedicated USB/Cable SE Docking Station; or Bluetooth and Infra-Red connectivity.
Symbian also allows for GR8 replay of Music in MP3 format or will play Recorded VHS or DVD Films and TV programmes in MP4 or 3GG formats via the external Sony MS cards.
(Up to a 2GB max capacity - NOT 1GB max)
In 3GG format that is large enough to record over 3 x 2 hour DVD movies (without menus & extras) or for another example; it can store all the European Maps for TomTom 5 Sat-Nav on just one of these 2GB Sony MS cards.
On the Sony P910i the TT5 Sat-Nat GPS system is operated by the Touchscreen & transmitted via the built-in Bluetooth to any (matchbox sized) portable Bluetooth GPS Receiver that you can carry in your pocket or the car.
With clear verbal (driving/walking/cycling) instructions from the loudspeaker function (or wired earphone) in conjunction with the clear colourful moving maps displayed on its excellent screen, this makes the P910i a GR8 compact portable Sat-Nav Player.
Also MP3 Music can be transmitted wirelessly to all current Bluetooth Headphones..
BT fold-up Keyboards R GR8 4 Emailing & SMS. Printers & other Non-BT devices etc equipped with a simple BT Dongle can also be easily connected to the P910i..
So in my honest opinion this is still a very clever robust and versatile device.
Don’t pick phone Any More!!!!!!!!!!!
Though many people find that Nokia can be fun and exciting but still there are those who would rather look for shortcuts and innovative ways of breaking Technology barriers! Here is a really cool one! SONY ERICSON P910i
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hello... i have this phone for a period of time and so far so good... i never had any problem with this phone... its just like briging a notebook... u can save files and manage it... its really cool... for me this is the best phone ever... good features, it suits ur mobility... =)
I have never had more trouble with a piece of equipment than with this P910. I have had it since November 2004 and just endless trouble.
1. I cannot get the voice volume to an acceptable level.
2. My husband will be right next to me and have coverage and I will not from the same provider.
3. I have never been able to get it to sync with my computer. It doubles up on names and addresses.
4. Even the backup software is a problem that works intermittent.
I can go on but what is the point I just hope that no one else ever buy this make again as it is not worth it. On top of everything the phone cost me quite a lot... Very disappointing.