I would purchase this beautiful handset if it were available in europe. it's a worthy replacement for my W995. I personally do not care for wifi on this phone i've never used mine on the W995.
deliver it to us Sonyericsson even if it's a limited edition phone.
also Sonyericsson we want watchphones, team up with Nixon or Freestyle watches.
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2010This phone would be very cool with a 3.5 jack, and I realy like that it has 1Ghz chip.I read no wifi?? That sucks the phone is not as good as I thought!
This phone would be very cool with a 3.5 jack, and I realy like that it has 1Ghz chip.
if this had a qwerty keyboard i would be the first to buy it lol :P
also i want 2 know it's colours ..
and which is better ? this phone or aino ?
i want 2 buy this phone .. is it gud ??
and i want 2 know the prise .. please
This is perfect! The 26M olors, the highest pixels w/ keypads... ah, i got u this year, promise!
woukd be a better mobile if has a wireless lan option in it,but it lacks it that is why I don't buy it.
From what I read about this phone :
> Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot(TM) Keitai S003 is actually 3G handset, but it uses CDMA 1X WIN (CDMA2000 1X EV-DO Rev.A) network, not UMTS or HSPA. CDMA 1X WIN is a brand service of au by KDDI. For global roaming, it features GLOBAL PASSPORT service (GSM & CDMA). Nor GPRS and EDGE are supported.
> The depth color of this screen is 262,144 colors, not 26 Million colors. It uses TFT display, compared to the previous model S001 where it uses AMOLED display.
> About flash, it's true that it uses Dual LED PLASMA(TM) Flash, which 48x more powerful compared to ordinary LED flash & with maximum distance about 9 m (if set to High Sensitivity Mode Configuration), as they mentioned it.
> For CPU, it doesn't mentioned in their official site that it uses Qualcomm Snapdragon. Based on Wikipedia Japan, it uses ARM11 & ARM9 (if used as modem).
> For OS, it uses KCP+ (KDDI Common Platform+), developed from Qualcomm's REX OS and newly KDDI platform.
> For battery, it uses Lithium Ion 870 mAh, not Lithium Polymer 870 mAh. Many Japanese mobile-phones uses Lithium Ion battery for energy, based on what I read, even for hi-end models. I don't know the reason why they uses Li-Ion type.
i really really really want this phone! but i stay in South africa, will it ever come here? is there a way that we could send the phone here? contact a shop in japan and get it sent here? plzz someone help me!!!!