I absolutely LOVE this phone. Yes, it is a bit bulky, but once I got used to that, I find this handset to be great. I have a 512 mb memory card in it and have loads of mp3's and piccies on the card. A totally use all the features, and I even really dig on the handwriting recognition, as I suck at texting. I think some people are just never happy. It is a really good phone.
ra ra ra ra...why is it that S.E is so intent on cramming as much as they can into a unit with total disregard for current/previous faults? You'd think that p800 faults would have been addressed. Example? aight, with the p800, when you "opened" a menu item, ie, calender, you had no option to "close" that item. ie: file>close. So the whatever you opened sat in open status and ate up valuable RAM, which is why ALL the p series get slower as you use them!! to prove this, download a neat little task manager from www.my-symbian.com and next time you run the task manager, you'll see everything that you have already used is still open in the background. There is virtually no way to close say, messages. To "exit" an application/item you simply hit the menu button...which is just "minimizing" the application really. This is not an issue with a normal phone. But running a Symbian environment means these phones can multitask, just like windows. So it's essential to have an option to "close" a menu item.
I have the P910a, since about one month I have the problem which is; when the battery reachs about the 50%, the indicator starts showing empty and the phone keeps working.
Anybody knows the reason and the cure?
Hello dear readers,
I have a question to ask if I may. I'd like to change my mobile phone. My old Samsung A200 does not meet my present needs. Besides the modern features of a mobile phone,
I really need an excellent English-to-English dictionary always with me.
Do you think I can download such a dictionary into Sony Ericsson P910i? Would it be a wise choice? Would the system lend itself to such use?
if you think that the p910i is ugly and then the 7710 isnt there is something really wrong with you i own both the p910i is far better and the screen isnt as good as the p910i its onli a 65k on the 7710 and its huge use ur common sense if your gonna post an opinion on this website your just tryin to promote the 7710 cause ur in denial cause u dont like ur 7710 whoevr the person with no name is below me i know cause i dont like mine that much and no one will take it cause they all think its a brick and that its ugly
I think its really ugly and the camera is bad. Buy the Nokia 7710 instead its much better.
Do not Upgrade!!! To the P910i, P910a or p910 if you want a PDA. I wanted a Mobile Phone that does what it advertises what it will do. For $700 to $1,000.00 I expect Sony’s products to do what it says. I have had several Phones, Pocket Pc is one of them and I never had any issues with its software, the phone, and the promises made for what the phone does was kept.
Do not buy this P910i, P910, or P910a phone!! There are many software issues that need to be fixed. The reviews are mostly Sony Advertisements. If it did what Sony advertised it would be great but let me assure you, after many hours with Sony Ericsson customer support, it does not. For those of you who want to synchronize your contacts with subcategories to your phone the Symbian operating system and programs do not work as advertised. Neither does the P910i software work for pictures and MP3's. I have 2 Pentium 2 Computers, XP, 2 gigs of memory and have had other phones that worked seamlessly with outlook and other programs.
A class action lawsuit needs to be filed soon if Sony does not solve their false P910i advertising and resolve these issues with a patch as I have been told they do not intend to do so.
Opera is available for this fone, and it's the best browser for handhelds. However, my P800 performance is hella slow, dunno if the 910's CPU or firmware was updated to speed Opera up any.
Also, mapquest is kind of sucky on PDAs, even with their PDA mode, though that may be a function of Opera auto-downsizing of maps.
If this phone had Wifi and UMTS/3G support, and if I had the $$$, I'd be all over it.
This is really the best phone of the GPRS generation, but 3G is finally starting to happen in real life, and SE really needs to update this phone to support 3G and VoIP over Wifi.
I'd wait until the update. I still need a firmware upgrade on my P800 tho :p
ive never used symbian before
can neone tell me wut HTML browser is more usefull and easier and BETTER
p910 HTML browser or Treo650, it would rilly help me with my decision.thank you
well, i need a phone as it, but i need camera 1,3 mp min, gps integrated, microsoft pocket software and more memory. is posible anyday i see this?. exist any phone with this specs? thank you
I've used nokia,samsung,motorola the lot i go through a phone every month but i have never had anything this amazing im absoloutley in love wid this phone i always use every day well done sony ericsson
The phone is good,but you have to buy at least 512mb ram...It's large touchscreen is very useful.Be careful with it,because if you drop it it will be fatal because it's a fragile technology but yet very well constructed.
P910 has preinstalled software called Quickoffice with Quickword and Quicksheet. Those programs can open Word and Excel files, also, it's possible to create your own documents and spreadsheets.
how can you open files on SonyEricsson 910i with extension .exe, .zip, .asf after you store them