The W series of Sony phones are known for their music quality and they are called Walkman phones because of such wonderful music they provide to their listeners. There is a smart lower mid range phone from Sony Ericsson called Sony Ericsson W380i. This is grotesque phone with some amazing features in it. The looks of the phone have been praised. The diamond design of the phone in black color and features of the phone rightly makes it a good choice for you if your thinking for a change with a budget phone. The quality of Sony Ericsson is that even their Budget phones can give you so many things that you never feel low.
The lightweight phone weighs only 100g and it has a 1.9 inches TFT screen large enough to watch videos or view the wallpapers set by you. The phone has an external LED screen to find the time and other attributes. The one touch controls of the phone specially the music player makes it a cool experience of for those who want to listen music at one go.
The internal memory of the phone is enough to enter 1000 entries to phone book and there is a card slot to extend memory of your desirable choice. The memory can be extended to 4 GB with a Memory Stick Micro (M2) card. The useful phone Sony Ericsson W380i supports GORS of class 10 having a speed of maximum 48 kbps and there is HSCSD along with EDGE class 10 having speed of 236 kbps.
Sony Ericsson W380i is not a 3G phone and neither it is equipped with WLAN. But there is a WAP browser which enables you to browse the pages of internet with ease. Carrying simple functions with this phone like SMS, MMS, EMS, Email and Instant Messaging is quite fun and easy. There is a Bluetooth support for wireless file transfer and USB port to connect to other devices like printers, computers and laptops.
The multimedia of Sony Ericsson W380i is very interesting. There is a 1.3 MP camera powerful enough to click clear photographs and video shooting. The phone comes in variety of other features. The best part of the phone is its Walkman player which can play different music modes easily.
Source by Faith Hill