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Sony Ericsson W350 Specs

Sony Ericsson W350 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateMay 2009
Flash card support
Internal memory14 MB
Maximum memory card size4 GB
Display resolution176 x 220 pixels
Display number of colours262144 colours
FM radio
Ringer typePolyphonic
Music player
Voice recording
Microphone included
Weight & dimensions
Weight75 g
Width104 mm
Depth43 mm
Height11 mm
Talk time (2G)7 h
Standby time (2G)300 h
Technical details
Colour of productWhite
Data networkEDGE,GPRS
Phone features
Form factorFlip
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Stopwatch
Java technology
Vibrating alert
Text prediction system typeT9
Text prediction system
Video call
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
Instant messaging (IM)
Data transmission
Bluetooth version2.0+EDR
Infrared data port
Rear camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)1.3 MP
Digital zoom4x

Sony Ericsson W350 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2008-09-19
Mobile phone? This looks more like an MP3 player. That's how overtly music-centric the W350i is. The skinny styling and hidden keypad are indeed eye candy of the sweetest sort and considering its prepay roots, its musical skills aren't too shabby...unfortunately, it's far from perfect. While it's not a surprise to see there's no built-in storage, the Memory Stick Micro slot only supports card capacities of up to 2GB - that's only enough for 500 or so tunes. The flip mechanism also fe...
Sony Ericsson W350i is a small mobile phone that packs a big punch. It is has good audio programs where the user can listen to the radio or upload songs to the memory. The phone comes in ice blue, graphic white, electric black, and hypnotic black colou...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-18
It is 10.5x4x1cm, flip it open and add 4cm to the length, it weights 72grams. It should fit in the palm of all but the smallest hand. The screen is 3x3.8cm, the whole colour scheme is matt black with and orange band, orange W for Walkman at the base a...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-05
External controls, hold slider, simple, headphones are not too badNo external memory expansion, no 3.5mm jack, cheap flap obstructs the keys
Although the Walkman side of the W350 delivers a reasonable quality of sound, the mobile phone aspects of this device really disappoint
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Reviewed on 2008-08-01
At 11mm thin and weighing 75g, it’s easy on the pocket as well as the eye, while the design reintroduces a retro-style flip numberpad cover that was first popular on Ericsson phones a decade ago. Added to this are rounded front-of-flip Walkman buttons...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-01
Lucy has taken a look at the Sony Ericsson W350i, which is a flip phone (rare for the modern day Sony Ericsson) packed full of musical goodness. In Lucys eyes, it oozes semi-coolness, which sounds painful.
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Reviewed on 2008-08-01
High quality Walkman music player, Budget price, Slimline flip design, External music player controls, 512B M2 memory card, Decent earphones suppliedBasic 1.3-megapixel camera, No flash or autofocus for camera, No video capture facilities, No 3G, Poor loudspeaker quality
The W350i Walkman phone is Sony Ericssons latest effort to attract the eye and ear of music mobile buyers on a credit-crunched budget. It may be a low cost handset, but alongside its core music player credentials Sony Ericsson has given the W350i some...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-25
Easy to use; fairly decent sound quality; great keypad; easy to text; pretty good screen; FM radioSlow file transfer rate; very poor audio format support; flimsy flip panel; can't navigate using Walkman buttons
In 1999, Ericsson brought out the classic -- and popular -- T28 flip phone. With a nod to its past success, Sony Ericsson has released a new budget Walkman handset. The Sony Ericsson W350i is a Walkman entrant with a retro appearance and pseudo-cand...
Reviewed on 2008-06-20
Slimline and pocketable design. Warm sounding Walkman music playerLack of 3G. No video recording abilities. Retro flip design. Limited storage capacity
With the latest Walkman phones packing 8 of storage and impressive sonic pedigree, the line between MP3 players and music phones is blurring. And not just in terms of features – the new W350i even looks like a dedicated music device. As a lower divi...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-16
The Walkman series has a long and illustrious history that started with the cassette based Walkman back in the 1980s. The brand eventually made its way onto a new wave of Sony Ericsson phones, where it continues to thrive. We take a look at the next...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-15
The W350i’s ring tones volume was average or a tad lower than that – actually it was our primary niggle with it, since it wasn’t loud enough for some environments. The reception quality was nothing to complain about, thoughOur only gripe is with the p...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-09
Most Sony Ericssons tend to be on the pricey side, but every now and then the company gives us a more affordable model for the masses. Last year it rolled out the W200i, and at CES 2008, the company announced the W350i.
Reviewed on 2008-01-07
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Reviewed on 2008-01-01
Diminutive size, Attractive design, Low pricePoor build quality, The lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack, Lacklustre screen and camera
The mobile phone industry is a funny old place. Little more than a year ago Sony Ericsson debuted the W880i, one of the thinnest and lightest mobile phones ever built. Its functionality was limited but its dimensions ensured flagship status and a hefty...
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