For myself I need to choose a cell phone that goes with me almost 24/7 and always on, it needs to be my confidant and my companion for some years. Not knowing too much to decide, I decide to seek help from a seller. I quickly explained that I wanted a Sony Ericsson, which is quite resilient, taking good quality photos, video is an option but I would not need it much, it must work with my bluetooth headset. I have been happy with Sony Ericsson in the past and that is why I wanted to continue to use them now. In short, I need a little gem and I am ready to pay the price for it.
There are four models that are seemed to meet my criteria. But my eyes are drawn to the screen of the one taht would become my new phone. The Sony Ericsson K800i has a screen that is big enough and offersgood resolution. I am thinking I would like a good camera. Yes, it has 3.2 million pixels!
Great, I’ll be able to print the photos I take with it. It does not have muc hmemeory though that is a downfall but you can buy more to upgrade it.
So now I have the thing I need such as a good brand I am familiar with and trust, one that stays well charged and works well, and a good camera so now I will look at the other features. To start I will look at the directory, you can make sound and image files, but the question is, can we save files are in mp3 format and allocate ring tone? Obviously, you can now. We are no longer obliged to file format for Sony Ericsson.I only just uploaded my phone book and include photos and custom ring tones. And as it is comptatible bluetooth, my headset will remain faithful to me.
Like all other phones, functionality remains unchanged: it takes just as much alarm, making appointments, reminders of appointments and games. In fact, there are three: one is golf, tennis, and the 3rd is to take pictures underwater. Okay, I confess, I am not a big fan of games but I am surprised that such a small device contains games of this quality.
Obviously, the primary function of a mobile phone is communication.
Whether it is in standby or floor, the battery use is low and provides days of calm before a recharge. In fact, I cannot remember the information but manufacturers can easily take 6 days with the phone in standby and 2 days if you are very talkative.
It can also be used to send and receive emails, or to transfer files from computer to this small wonder. Regarding the reception of messages, after configuring settings the telephone operator, appears to be no problem and it seems that the connection speed is higher than I had with my old T610.
To connect the laptop to a PC, a cable is supplied with the phone so you can connect the device with a USB. In this connection, it is very easy to transfer files and even recharge its battery through the industry of the computer.
I have not been disappointed with a Sony product before and the Sony Ericsson K800i is no exception. It is a great cell phone that I plan to use for years to come.