Review: Sony Ericsson W810
While many functions have been changed or improved slightly over previous Sony Ericsson models, the messaging client is exactly the same as in the W800. It offers highly efficient SMS composition either from the new message dialog or from the contact application. If the "new message" dialog is used, you first compose the text, then can address the message from either the 10 most recent people you sent texts to, your contact list, or a new number. Reading email and MMS works simply and as expected.
The W810 also features the same email client as past models. The only difference is now that Sony Ericsson has EDGE data and networks have EDGE everywhere, sending and receiving email is significantly faster and more reliable than on previous models. The email client supports both POP and IMAP accounts and can be configured to download new messages on a schedule or manually.
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