Review: Sony Ericsson W600
For those looking for an affordably priced music phone with many powerful features, you would be hard pressed to find a better solution on carrier shelves. Sony Ericsson has addressed nearly every complaint about the S710a (except the thickness) without introducing too many new bugs.
This is definitely not the camera phone that the S710a was, nor is it the camera phone the the W800 is now. If the camera is your primary concern, we'd still suggest looking at other models, especially other Sony Ericsson models. The K750 and W800 take beautiful pictures, and if you need 850 MHz then hold out for the W810i. But if you're looking for long battery life, a solid music player, and a powerful interface in an affordably priced phone, the W600 is a good choice to bop your head to.
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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