Sony Ericcson W995 takes the smart-phone market by surprise
03/11/2010

Being one of the biggest sensations before its release, Sony Ericcson W995, gave the entity's market, a leap beyond imagination.

Online PR News – 11-March-2010 – – Being one of the biggest sensations before its release, Sony Ericcson W995, gave the entity's market, a leap beyond imagination.

The moment Sony Ericcson drew curtains from its elegant looking 'Sony Ericcson W995', it received an overwhelming welcome from the world. With its first step, it catapulted the entity's name among the leading manufactures in this segment.

Tagged in Walkman series, this mobile phone is specifically fashioned for an outlandish music experience. Physically, with a decent weight of 113 grams, this handset possess a classic yet fabulous looks. Its captivating appearance and phenomenal music experience are more than sufficient to spell-bound its users for hours.

An 8.1 mega pixel camera adds on to the charm of this device, as it can click and record crystal clear images and videos. With its off-the-wall face detection technology and digital zoom of up to 16 x, the handset is capable of delivering high definition pictures and videos. From video recording to video calling, picture blogging and video streaming, this handset has surpassed the boundaries of a typical smart-phone.

The 2.6 inches TFT screen with a 256K colour support gives an outlandish image and video experience. Catering to the needs of tech-savvy consumers, this handset also houses other significant features like Accelerometer, A-GPS, Geo tagging, Blue tooth and USB port connectivity. Just a palm arrest of Sony Ericcson W995 is more than enough to envisage the power it possess.

Designed, keeping the intricacies intact, the phone always delivers more than what is expected from a smart-phone. Though it provides only WQVGA video recording, still it renders High Definition video experience. Lens protection, on the other hand is kept minimal so as to avoid extra strain on the images and videos.

Still, words are only words, and to draw any conclusion, one has to get his hands on this delicately crafted masterpiece.