Sony Ericsson P900

Written by Stephanie Dula
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Sony Ericsson's P900 device boasts smartphone technology and a PDA-like design and function. Those who love gadgets with lots of high-end features and technological capability will surely want to check out the P900, which operates on a convenient pen-based user interface. This phone supports some the best connectivity and multimedia applications on the market today.

PD900's Operating System

The PD900's Symbian Operating System technology forms a strong basis for mobile communication and Personal Information Management (PIM) capability. This gives the PD900 its ability for seamless integration of wireless connectivity and data-based applications. The design of the PD900 is based on the successful PD800 model, with added features like a camcorder and expanded memory.

The phone is also equipped with a larger display of a higher quality 65K resolution and a fully electronic keypad. Like the P800, its user interface with stylus pen has handwriting recognition technology. Other features include polyphonic ring tones, Bluetooth and Java support, and a MP3/MPEG4 media player.

The P900 is a tri-band GSM phone that combines a phone, camera, video recorder and PDA for top-notch mobile communication. Design-wise, the P900 manages to be slimmer and lighter than its predecessor, with an improved set of features too numerous to list here. PC Suite software included with the package provides greater synchronization between the handset and PC, as well as the ability to view and edit files on the go.

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