Review: Sony Ericsson W600
The Sony Ericsson does very well on the vision test - an impressive 20/40 - but it has other weaknesses. The W600 is almost useless at night. Even using the flash on nearby subjects, your bar shots of friends will turn out looking like shadowy ghosts at best. The W600 does better in daylight. It has the opposite problem of nearly every other camera phone we've tested. Sunny shots are actually over-saturated instead of washed out. The hypersaturation of color means - like other Sony Ericsson camera phones - the W600 takes the most brilliant sunrise and sunset pictures of any brand. They are simply breath-taking.
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Sony Ericsson Summer 2005
Report from the launch of the new Sony Ericsson W600 and Z520. Hands-on report and photos from the launch event in New York City.
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