Sunday, 6 May 2012

Sony Ericsson P990i: The Perfect Smartphone

The Sony Ericsson P990i is a Smartphone for tech savvy consumers and professionals. At the first glance, the P990i looks similar to the P900 as it bears a strong resemblance to earlier handsets in the same series. The wide array of features include text and multimedia messaging, notepad, a voice recorder, a stopwatch, and a full Opera web browser.

To get your emails straight to your phone, the P990 also supports push e-mail for the BlackBerry via the BlackBerry Connect solution; you can also connect via SMTP, IMAP4, and POP3 accounts. The 2 mega pixel camera comes with an autofocus, digital zoom, photo light and the bright TFT screen and video recording provide an excellent imaging experience. With a macro mode, autofocus, flash and a decent range of filters, the handset offers fairly good quality snaps.

The tri-band P990i runs on the much-anticipated Symbian 9. 1 Operating System. It is one of the few capable Wi-Fi-capable handsets. For connectivity, Bluetooth, infrared and Wi-fi are all present.

There is an internal memory of 80MB, stereo FM radio with RDS (Radio Data System); and a supplied 64MB Memory Stick PRO Duo. The integrated music player supports MP3, AAC, AAC , and WAV files. You would be pleased with the music player's interface, particularly with how easy it was to scroll from one song track to the next one. For business users, there is a PDF reader, Quick Office reader and editor for Microsoft word and excel documents. Battery life is impressive with talk time of 9 hours up to 16 days of standby time. Another impressive feature of the handset is that it includes a Task Manager which is designed to allow you both to switch between opened applications and closed applications.

Overall, the Sony Ericsson P990i is an amazing little device with a lot of innovative features.

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