the w800i could support mp3 so im guessing this phone too and other sony phones can too. i cant wait to get this phone :) itll be my first quad band phone so excited
Rogers Wireless will be carrying this phone in Q4, just in time for christmas stay tuned.
i hope they get some more colors and improve their CMOS camera they are just crappy =/
its coming! new colors avaliable.....im just waiting to buy.. cmon lets opine
This phone is GSM, and its easy to change from your old phone, because you have your contacts saved.
just wondering does anyone know if this phone will reach Canada and it's suppliers? and it does run on sim card, am i correct? I'm just making sure, I've visited the site im just double checking if it requires a sim card to run
well, i think in united states, it will be cheap, but where i live...i´m afraided it will expensive.. BUT I REALLY WANT this phone.. im crazy for it.
256 mb of memory are very good if we cheap want a functional telephone and that it has of everything, very recommendable Somebody can say to me if this telephone counts on flash or light for the camera, as w800 and whatever cost? Sorry by the spelling but I translated it in google
If you want big memory, then go with w800/k750. The s700/710 can only 128 memory cards anyways. The W600 has internal "256mb"
ready to store. Getting a s700/710 would not get you anyway better than the w600, only except the bigger screen!
S700/710= less memory, no quadband,older model, no 30hr playmode, etc...
On a final note: would you want a slot with "only: 128mb limit or internal 256mb.
Think before you post!
Sony ericsson k750i AND w800i have memory card capability! also, the s700i and s710 both takes memory card too, in case you were referring to swivel phones only.
i think this is properly ....consider...as a good phone also, just a little bit disappointment about on this phone it not support card slot. maybe Sony Ericsson should reproduce another model that can support card slot.TQ
they have lower end phones and high end phones like the k750 and the w800..its about time the middle-range phone is released.
Not every single person needs a tonne of memory...Plus, mid-range users don't like to spend overly much on a phone but still wants it to have functions most other phones on the market does..The w600i satisfies this, more than enough.
Hopefully when it comes out it won't be more than $350USD..anyone DISAGREE???