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Sony Ericsson W580i Unlocked Quadband Phone (White)


Sony Ericsson W580i Unlocked Quadband Phone (White)

  • Quad-band: GSM 850 / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
  • Walkman 2.0 Music Player, T9, TrackID, FM Radio, Pedometer, Calories Counter
  • 2.0 Megapixel Camera with Video
  • External M2 Memory Support
  • Bluetooth v2.0 A2DP, USB, EDGE, HSCSD, GPRS

Brand Type
Form factor Slide
Network
GSM Network GPRS, GSM, Edge
Service 900, 1800, 1900, 850
Connectivity
Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
Wi-Fi (WLAN) no
Infrared yes
USB yes
Fax / Data no
Display
Main Display Color TFT
Color Display 262.144 colors
Resolution 176×220 pixels
External display no
Memory
Internal Memory no
Storage Types MemoryStick Micro
External memory (UPTO) 2GB
Memory slots 1
Basic
Battery Lithium Ion
Standby time 375 hours
Talk time 9 hours
Call
Vibrate alert yes
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List Price: $ 74.99

Price: $ 74.99

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  1. AreYouKidding? says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent slider. Great Value. Slick Design, October 4, 2007

    A long-time Motorola phone user now converted. Not only is this phone lightweight and amazing looking, it’s feature packed.

    Pros:

    - Crystal-clear calling. No static and loud when needed.
    - The screen is amazing. The resolution is awesome. By far the best I’ve ever seen on a phone this size.
    - This phone is tiny; in a good way. Super-slim and tucks nicely in your pocket. Being that it’s a slider, you’ll never have to worry about pocket-dialing. :)
    - The software is very easy to navigate. This is nicely improved over the Motorola interface of my older RAZR.
    - The MP3 player rocks; no pun intended. The Walkman software lets you sort by Artists, Albums, Tracks, Playlists and more. This is light-years ahead of the my old RAZR’s MP3 player. This one rivals any standalone MP3 device I’ve used.
    - The stereo headphones that comes with it include a 3.5mm adapter. While the included headphones sound great, this adapter gives you the flexibility to use your Bose, Shure or other stereo headphones. A very nice option.
    - Unlike “some” other sliders, the camera is protected and kept under cover when the slide is closed. This works great in keeping dust off the lens.
    - The 2.0MP camera is actually pretty good. It takes great outdoor photos.
    - I LOVE the fitness/step counter. It measures distance in steps and calculated miles along with the calories you’ve burned. It also keeps a daily average and each days results.

    Cons:

    - No 3G
    - Sony Proprietary Memory Stick Micro M2 versus easy to find and less expensive MicroSD
    - No LED Flash or Photo Light

    In conclusion, if you are looking for a super-slim phone with great call quality and superb music capability, look no further. This Sony wears the Walkman name with pride.

    Note: I recently bought a SanDisk SDMSM2-4096-A11M 4GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) and it works perfectly. 4GB of music!!!

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  2. Mother of Twins "Life in the sloth lane: Sure... says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Walkman FM radio +++ but small keypad, November 1, 2008

    I bought this phone because it had Walkman FM radio, too. This phone is pretty (I got the PINK one), lightweight, has lots of whiz-bang menu selections, but doesn’t wow or impress me as much as the Samsung A737 or Samsung A747 models which I bought for my children. I listen to the radio a lot, more than MP3s and really thought this feature would be cool. If you like effects, it has 16 settings for flashing light patterns customized for every caller. It takes a day to find out how to set the patterns in all the menus….

    The keypad is a bit on the small side, and feel like dry plastic. It’s OK for me because I have small hands, but I don’t think a man would enjoy using the small, non-descript keys. The letters on the keys are hard to see being so small. When I enter text, I still have to look–er, squint–at the keypad. I don’t pay for texting service, so it’s not a huge hassle, but if you text, I can’t imagine it would be much fun.

    When I enter an phone number in the address book, it doesn’t put hyphens between the area code, prefix, and last four digits. That’s not fatal, but a pet peeve, and makes it difficult for me to figure out the numbers as they come up.

    The M2 Memory Stick is not common, but Sony Ericsson uses it. They supply a 512MB one. Buying one with more memory will not be cheap. The access slot is on the top. It took me a while to figure out how to open the little, flat plastic door. Which side to open? It doesn’t have a flap, can’t open with a fingernail, so I use an unfolded paper clip or other similar-sized object to pry it open.

    You need the wired earphones to have FM service. If you like radio, it’s just one more thing to carry around. The sound quality is EXCELLENT on this wire unit and the ear buds very comfy. It also works as “handsfree” phone device if you don’t want to do Bluetooth.

    The display, although narrow, is bright and sharp. The sound is good, and it interfaces well with my Bluetooth earpiece and Palm device. The phone is very lightweight and slim. I dropped it a few times but the case didn’t scratch or crack. The pink IS pretty, and has little red “jewels” between the number keys (other color models have different color jewels). The speaker phone option works well and is clear to hear. The slider is a little unusual to work at first, but works very nicely. Sony Ericsson phone support is SUPER, too.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Sony Ericsson, December 21, 2011
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    MJ

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    This is my favorite phone by Sonny,actually I have purchased this phone twice before, therefore, I new what to expect in dealing with this item. However, I do have some concerns with this purchase, 1)it did not fully down load the information from my memory stick 2)setting and keeping the time has been an issue, and 3)it will not allow the function of calibrating my steps on daily walks. So, I am a little disappointed in these areas, for you see there were no problems like this in the past with my other Ericssons same modle.

    But on the bright side my phone arrived quickly and well packaged.

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