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Sony Ericsson P910i review

 Review: September 2004  
 

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In a nutshell: A high spec PDA-style phone with integrated digital camera, video camera and media player.

 

The Sony Ericsson P910i is the latest in Sony Ericsson's P-series of phones that combine PDA-style functionality with advanced mobile phone technology. The front keypad can be removed to reveal the huge internal display, offering a touchscreen facility and handwriting recognition using a specially designed pen, as well as a full QWERTY keyboard. The P900i doesn't just look like a PDA, it has many PDA-style functions. For example, its email manager can be synchronised with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes, and can handle attachments including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. At the same time, it includes an integrated video camera, MP3 player and downloadable Java™ applications. With a range of connectivity options including Bluetooth™, the P910i provides an excellent platform for working (and playing) on the move.

Physically, there is not much to differentiate the P910i from the P900, except that the keypad has been replaced with larger buttons that give a more positive response. The P910i is slightly thicker and weighs in at 5g heavier, but at 155g it is no heavier than the current generation of 3G mobile phones.

The P910i uses the same Symbian operating system as its predecessor and shares many of the features of the P900. However there are quite a few new features that make this phone more than just a minor upgrade. First thing to mention is the new QWERTY keyboard. The numerical keypad flips down to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard on the reverse side. The user now has a choice of text entry methods: QWERTY keyboard, predictive text using the normal keypad and handwriting recognition using the screen and stylus. The user interface can be driven by touching menu icons on the screen or with the jog dial on the side of the phone.

On flipping down the keypad, the full size of the LCD screen becomes apparent. The screen has been upgraded from 65,000 colours on the P900 to 262,000 colours. When you consider the enormous resolution of this screen (208 x 320 pixels), you have virtually the best display on any mobile currently available. Only the Sharp GX30 can match this screen, and that phone has a fraction of the features available on the P910i.

Another new feature is push email. Emails get sent automatically to your phone - there's no need to download from a mailserver. You can synchronise email with your PC via the Bluetooth connection.

The final change of note is the increase in the internal memory from 16 Mbytes to 64 Mbytes, which is very welcome, given the functionality of this phone.

The battery life of the P910i is slightly worse than the P900, but should still give a decent number of days use between charges, depending on how much use is made of the PDA-style functions.

All things considered, the P910i is a substantial improvement over the P900 and pushes the capabilities of the P-series forward significantly.

Sony Ericsson P910i features include:

  • Colour display (262,000 colours; 208 x 320 pixels)
  • WAP 1.2.1 (GPRS), built-in web browser
  • High Speed Data (HSCSD - up to 28.8 kbps)
  • E-mail (compatible with MS Outlook and Lotus Notes)
  • Integrated VGA digital camera (640 x 480 resolution)
  • Integrated camcorder
  • Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) & Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) - send pictures, sound and video like text messages
  • MP3 audio & video (MPEG4) player
  • 24-voice polyphonic ringtones and MP3 ringtones
  • Pen-based user interface & handwriting recognition
  • Symbian operating system
  • Picture phonebook
  • Speakerphone
  • 64 Mbytes memory plus external Memory Stick Duo™
  • Downloadable polyphonic & mono ringtones
  • Bluetooth™, infrared, USB & RS232 cable connectivity
  • Stereo headphones
  • "Flight mode" option for use on aircraft
  • 3D games & downloadable Java™ applications
  • Wallpaper & screensaver
  • Calendar, contacts, voice memo, synchronisation with PC
  • Size: 115 x 57 x 26 mm
  • Weight: 155g
  • Battery standby: 400 hours
  • Battery talktime: 13 hours
  • Tri band

Sony Ericsson P910i user reviews

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Reviewed by Moses Quanteh from Liberia on 29th Jan 2014
I want to buy a secondhand sony ericsson phone P910i from a secondhand dealer from Europe. It comes on but asked for unlock code. I love how it looks but I cannot get into it. Only emmergency call. If you can help me unlock it, I shall be very much appreciative because, where we are only chana phones are popular. To have original Soney Ericsson P910i is a respect. Thanks for your usual help. my GSM number is +231770376539.
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Reviewed by Raymond ngangular from Malawi on 7th Oct 2012
My phone has the problem of failing to displaythewebpage.please help
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Reviewed by johnny from india on 9th Jun 2012
is mobile is awesome but nothing can download for this mobile an tuuch is also not good
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Reviewed by Rimu from Bangladesh on 22nd Apr 2012
I'm loving it.
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Reviewed by cde from UK on 13th Jul 2011
I think this phone is a Classic. I purchase my first one in 2005 and just purchased a boxed mint condition P910i this evening. A problem with the phone is that after a period the flip keyboard crack. I have replaced 3 in 6 years,hence the new acquisition. I have found the hand writing recognition to be the best of the systems I have tried and is why I like this 6 year old phone. Build quality is high and it is robust. Other features match many more recent phones on the market. My Sony Ericsson X1, iPhone 4 and Galaxy SII all take a back seat to this Classic. Symbian technology rocks
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Reviewed by Kaushik Bhatt from UK on 12th Feb 2011
The phon is outstanding...
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Reviewed by lenin de guzman from UK on 10th Dec 2010
I have been using my P910i for 5 years now and it is still my favorite among my other cellphones I am using because it is so useful to a lot of my concerns. It is like I am using a small digital notebook.
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Reviewed by CHEMICAL from UK on 24th Jun 2010
Im back! These days i was very happy to dyscover this site. 5 years ago i was visiting this site very often because at that time i had a very good phone - Sony Ericsson K508i and i wanted to know the oppinions of the other owners of that phone. I want to forgive me for my bad english. Well when i had the SE k508i 5 years ago my dream phone was the P910i. But is was a very expensive phone at about 1.000$ and here in my country Romania it was about 2.700.000 old LEI (2.700 new LEI) and i couldn't buy the phone at that time. But 2 years ago a good friend of mine gave me this fantastic phone as a gift. The phone was almost new is a very very good conditon. Well today in 2010 its still an FANTASTIC phone. Lets start with the first view. The phone is ,for today ,an thick phone at about 2.5 mm wich is much. and its quite tall too but i dont mind because i like high phones. I think this phone is the only one who was this design(with that flip who was the qwerty key board). The original stylus is resistant.The screen is big(2.9inch) for an ordinary phone but for the smart phones today its a little bit small.
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Reviewed by Anthony from UK on 14th Jun 2010
I picked up this beauty for £40 a couple of days ago and having had its predecessor the p800 and the p990 I have to say that I prefer this. Even though the camera is something to shout home about it still packs a punch when it comes to applications and the stuff i really need to do then its a good little phone.
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Reviewed by Miguel Almeida from UK on 2nd May 2010
I'm still using this phone, 4 years later. Amazing, isn't it?
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Reviewed by Ariel from UK on 1st Apr 2010
its very good phone for me, lots of application to be installed from internet, that very good phone, im using this phone since 2005 until now i replace only battery.........
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Reviewed by m0nARch-RnB from UK on 28th Feb 2010
I like the size of the p910i screen.I also like the functions.It is a smartphone indeed.But unfortunately,it can only download java applications. It has no object to open any other files. like sis file and zip files.Am very sad and disappointed when i found out dat p910 cannot download and install all the applications that i needed in my phone.
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Reviewed by Joni from UK on 9th Feb 2010
It's pretty good...i've been using it for like 3 years..i like its touch screen but it's too bold...anyway,it has a poor cam.,doesn't run java games/apps properly... But it's a good gadget :)
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Reviewed by Abdulfatai Aliyu from Nigeria from UK on 22nd Dec 2009
Whao,this phone is just too complete.The screen,sound quality,picture and video quality are superb,excellent and the best so far having being using it for about 3-4 month.It's just that it is application/games sellective but notwithstanding get your copy and you will not regret it.
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Reviewed by Richard Paul from UK on 28th Nov 2009
An alright phone, but often will not run Java applications which should run on it. Has bugs/errors when trying to run applications
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Reviewed by Nessa from UK on 29th Oct 2009
Its a good phone, it has great features.
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Reviewed by Michael Otibu from UK on 6th Oct 2009
It is just unfortunate that upon all the nice and excellent things the p910ican do it does not have an icon or an avenue to update the phone meaning when i lose and application and i donot have the application cd with me i canot connect to the internet and download updates to replace the lost applications which i may not be able to detect making it worse to use and less user friendly irrespective of the vapabilities please include an update icon just like you do for any other sony ericsson phones. Secondly lease do something about the graphic display and the interface of p910i because it is not just up to
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Reviewed by kashif shabbir ahmaf from UK on 7th Mar 2009
i am setistfy butt this mobile bettery was very laugh tell me what is this i am same time use p910i okz ?
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Reviewed by SHAM from UK on 8th Feb 2009
THIS PHONE IS VERY GOOD AND ITS DESIGNED TO BE A COLL PHONE
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Reviewed by Lol from UK on 24th Jan 2009
Had it 4 3 moths...Love this phone!one of the best phone ever........
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Reviewed by hog from UK on 15th Jan 2009
rubbish one of the worst phones ive had
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Reviewed by Fenn from UK on 9th Jan 2009
Best phone ever, and ive had loads, I am just about to revert back to this from the new nokia E90 communicator. I also refused the free upgrade to the new 900 series as the P910i is still the better one. Only let down is the camera, but its more than good enough for pub snaps etc, I take a real camera on holiday anyway. 1st class
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Reviewed by khawar from UK on 6th Jan 2009
i love my p919 pakistan
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Reviewed by Munib Khan from UK on 14th Nov 2008
Nice
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Reviewed by Todd from UK on 6th Aug 2008
It is a good phone but the camera and battery sucks.................It's battery hardly lasts a day.............and the camera is of stone age...............overall................an excellent PDA but Battery and the camera SUCK!!!!
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Reviewed by xyz from UK on 6th Jul 2008
all these people tellin u not 2 buy d phone are talkin plain rubbish...its a gr8 phone nd u'll surely love it...i've had it 4 nearly 4 years now nd believe me, im still as much in love wid my phn as i was d very 1st day i saw it...
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Reviewed by 5threeone from UK on 7th Jun 2008
I had a 910 for two years. Splendid phone. Then I was tempted to a 990. Mistake! The 910 is a better phone to use in so many ways. Far better keyboard action. Bigger screen which gives one a more visual virtual qwerty keyboard. I think its a bit more robust too. So after 8 months with the 990 I have taken the 910 out of the box and put the 990 on EBay.
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Reviewed by gilbert rutab from UK on 27th May 2008
ilove this phone
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Reviewed by john micalister edwards from UK on 22nd May 2008
just got one the best phone ive ever had (better than my i phone)
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Reviewed by terry from UK on 20th Apr 2008
lot of download are not compatable with my p910i.my touch screan's not working which means i can't use most of the functions on my p910i. I modern phone like the p10i there should be the option of touch screan or the jog. Is the p10i really "Java" capable?. Most down loads will not open on my p10i but may work on my p900 My email is comed@live.co.uk
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Reviewed by Heather from UK on 7th Apr 2008
ive had my p910i for about 5/6 months now. Sound plays perfectly, memory wasn't great but i updated it with a 1mb memory card and alls fine now ^_^ great phone in general; however if you like your camera features, the phone is awful. 0.2 megapixels. My last phone (sony ericsson w850?) was 10 x better than this with 2 megapixels. My touchscreen on the p910i has recently stopped working too; looked up the problem and it looks like a common problem relating to the actual screen hardware, which has to be repaired -_- My tip: go for this phone for the business side & it's programs - but if you're like me, a teenager looking for a cool phone - then don't go near the PDAs.
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Reviewed by Nelson from UK on 7th Apr 2008
The sonyericsson P910i is the best phone i've ever used.its so good that the moment i wake up in the morning i take a look at it.it has got all the fucntions that i've ever needed in a phone.its the best for me.Go Get Yours
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Reviewed by Doodzy from UK on 1st Apr 2008
Loving it! The only few problems is that is almost needs to have everything it came originally with; such as the demo game, cd software, cables etc etc...otherwise most of the functions arent full accesible( i got mine 2nd hand :P) erm, the camera isnt really worth using most of the time, and mms is tough to get going. The fact it can support so much space is brilliant tho, so overall, i'll give it 4 stars. Its fine to use as a phone, but keep with your laptop for web access etc :)
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Reviewed by danny from UK on 28th Mar 2008
i have one of these lovely and splendid phone and im glad i have it it does wonders for me when im at work at school or travelling
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Reviewed by Juancho from UK on 3rd Mar 2008
Nice!!!
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Reviewed by leeman from UK on 26th Feb 2008
hi ive had numourous phones before my p910i but none of them seem to meet up with this one it realy is a cool phone and has all i need and more once youve used this phone its hard to adapt with other phones ..i have also had the p990 but still love my p910 it might be slow sometimes but that is because instaling too many applications. i like it cause i make it do what i wanna do the camera is not of the best but why do you need it if you have another camera that use fo photos ... i know the phone is out on the market for 3 years or so but it still is an awsome phone. technology is like death you know your gonna die but you just dont know when. look after it and it will last...........
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Reviewed by Rakesh sharma from UK on 21st Feb 2008
Nice phone but battery very short
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Reviewed by daniel from UK on 14th Feb 2008
good
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Reviewed by s das from UK on 10th Feb 2008
SONY ERICSSON- 910i is Not good phone. I am facing several problems like- frequest crash (if I start MP3 phone crashes most of the time). Low sensitivity- in basement/car park area where signal strength is less, the phone does not camp or call drops where as with the same SIM and same place other other mobile (from Nokia) works well. I am not so happy with the performance of this phone.
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Reviewed by Mishell Lawas from UK on 31st Jan 2008
The phone is so great...it will standout in the crowd, i am a techi type of person so, i able to appreciate all the applications. The only thing i kept on complaining is the battery life, it drained so fast.
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Reviewed by Rakesh sharma from UK on 26th Jan 2008
Nice phone
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Reviewed by Tharak from UK on 24th Jan 2008
yeah...a true PDA. All features can be given 3/5 except the vga camera. Its a little bulky, i have been using it for the past two years !
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Reviewed by Gadde krishna from UK on 21st Jan 2008
Its Good
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Reviewed by lawrence from UK on 12th Jan 2008
itz 1 ov the best fones l've ever used congrads keep up the good work
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Reviewed by Martin Watts from UK on 1st Jan 2008
Another great phone from Sony Ericsson. Usual excellent features and very easy to use.
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Reviewed by Rakesh from UK on 26th Dec 2007
Nice phone five star
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Reviewed by pradip from UK on 25th Dec 2007
i have considered p910i as good but it laks 3G connectivity i love fast speed data transmissions.
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Reviewed by sameer from UK on 20th Dec 2007
Sony ericsson P910i features are good but the main and very important point is the battery backup if it is improved then this PDA phone is the Best mobile for anyone who are using PDA mobiles.
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Reviewed by SMOKEY from UK on 28th Nov 2007
Picture-perfect
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Reviewed by Mark Bailey from UK on 23rd Nov 2007
The P910i has faults, but it is a good phone. Sony Ericson make good mobile phones, and I usually buy them. Do Sony Ericsson realise that people who own Apple computers buy Sony Ericsson phones, not just people who own PC's. This question is one I've asked before; when are Sony Ericsson going to make it posible for Apple users to download and upgrade their phones.
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Reviewed by Aslim from UK on 12th Oct 2007
I have used this phone for two years. And still I love this phone and i am looking for the same phone p910i
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Reviewed by naveen016 from UK on 8th Oct 2007
HHHMMMM classy, this phone is realy good...and sound clarity is excellent , m using this mobile last 2 years no prob nothin, still m not findin any mob to use better than this.....
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Reviewed by Troy from UK on 4th Oct 2007
New users will be happy initially, but wait until you have to update the firmware or software with Sony's update service! The update software is rubbish and simply does not work ... this is true for many SOny Ericsson phones ... it is worthwhile doing some research on the web about this. The support from Sony is terrible ... I've been communicating with them for over 3 months and they honestly don't care. I've dropped my P910 from a tall building and replaced with a Nokia ... I'm very happy.
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Reviewed by francis from south africa from UK on 1st Oct 2007
Bought this phone about two weeks back on impulse and do not regret it.....great phone and very handy features
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Reviewed by dale from UK on 29th Sep 2007
cool very good
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Reviewed by robin from UK on 27th Sep 2007
it, is the best ph... ever... gr8 big display, exellent perfrmance
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Reviewed by sam sullivan from UK on 21st Sep 2007
it is a neat a slick phone brillant for school and going out
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Reviewed by Gerrit Marais from UK on 10th Sep 2007
This is an exelent phone. If someone can tell me how to update my software, I would welcome it.
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Reviewed by D'Mac from UK on 8th Sep 2007
I've never seen so many stars and yet so little on the same page for one single product. Oh yeah..SEP910i...? Yes..? Well, I've been tinkering one given to me by a friend (duh..how do use this or this or that...duh..) Trying to use and understand this phone is like trying to use Lotus Smart software - ie very un-user friendly but packed with features if you want 'em (sorry Sony..) The whole desktop thingy has only a few buttons,which means ya gotta burn trails to get to a certain item youse want - and at times, youse gonna get lost in a maze worse off than Zathura. Even for an advanced IT admin personel, some things don't make much sense. Problems with software hang-ups..? Very few on the set I had. Perhaps some form of QC failure..? Bluetooth has some snags, and by comparison to the SE W550i, pales in comparison, but that's splitting hairs. Besides, the W550i isn't smart enough and has the same finicky UI - as with all SE. Anyway, the phone is a really good phone and I would say is slightly better than the P900, but not a wanting item for an upgrade. I've lived with the Motorola 780A and will give the SEP910i a thought - it'l be a great challenge...! Someone said it resembles a Volvo 760GL, how true...! It'll keep going on and on and on...no frills, no thrills, no flashy motto - but one damn tough tank. Heck, it'll kill a dog faster than any phone I've seen thrown at a dog...! So, if you've mastered the Microsoft Outlook, go nuts with the Lotus Notes - IF YOU DARE TREAD DARK WATERS...
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Reviewed by scribbles from UK on 21st Aug 2007
if you want a camera, buy a cybershot. If you want an mp3 player, buy an iRiver. Sheesh. The P910i is the best phone i've ever used, and ouzes class. The 5 way jogdial is great. The screen is colorful and UIQ is functional. Call volume is very good. If you can pick up a second hand one of these, do it. You will not regret it. It is superior to the P990i in every way. The P910i is an iconic phone.
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Reviewed by McSoupy from UK on 20th Aug 2007
My phone sucks. The touch creen is now stuck in Battery level and I cant get to the control panel from the manual way. Don't waste your money.
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Reviewed by Elaine Hall from UK on 7th Aug 2007
Love my P910, its a fantastic phone, but its just not robust enough, had it repaired twice, replaced the keypad only a month ago and its already not working properly. Its in a proper case and not mistreated I would upgrade to the next 'P' but I'm reluctant to spend that kind of money if its the same and the reviews arent that good.
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Reviewed by almark from UK on 19th Jul 2007
I have been using the p910i for many years now. It does I want it to do, and does it with style. The camera is its poorest feature, but as I have a real DSLR I never used the camera anyway. I find the mp3 player have great quality and with Shure headphones a delight to listen to. I was considering the 990, but when I looked at it I found that the 910 could not be beaten. An old phone by todays standards, but still a force to be reckoned with.
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Reviewed by irma medalle from UK on 19th Jul 2007
i own a P910i. i have only one problem with it...the keypad doesn't seem to work very well. it is so moody. other than that, it's a good buy.
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Reviewed by agbator from UK on 9th Jul 2007
this mobile phone is the best
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Reviewed by amati from UK on 9th Jul 2007
i hate this phone! the keypad doesnt work, it just stopped responding, the touch screen also stopped responding, so the phone is really useless, after spending soo much money on it, am EXTREMELY dissapointed
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Reviewed by shahzad from UK on 4th Jul 2007
i love this mobile
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Reviewed by will taylor from UK on 4th Jul 2007
this the best mobile phone ive ever had its amazing
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Reviewed by Jack from UK on 28th Jun 2007
the phone is hot i love it but one thing rong about it it doesnt have ecciting game,from the way i see it must have all games like other phone
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Reviewed by Steven from UK on 18th Jun 2007
My P910i is always shutdown, what should i must do. it's hanged a lot. help me please! anyone! the bluetooth also not recognize. can i return it back? :(
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Reviewed by fenner from UK on 7th Jun 2007
Fantastic phone, I went back to this P910i from new free upgrade P990i, the old one is loads better, ive had this same handset for 3years now (with refurb case screen etc) I restored back to old OS too, as have heard of problems with new firmware. The only complaint I have is battery doesnt last ages if used loads, but on standby lasts 1wk and 1day if constantly used. If your a geek you can have fun with symbion OS, and still has old SE connections so I have loads of chargers etc that I can use from older erricson handsets :-D Yay !! dont fix if it aint broke. Its a brick but still gets more respect than prada, Razor, LG cr@p that just looks cool.
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Reviewed by Sandy, UK from UK on 3rd Jun 2007
i bought this phone thiking it would be good but it is rubbish i wasted all my money on a piece of garbage. i would rather buy the nokia 3310!!!! The camera is a 1.3 mp wich is rubbish and the mp3 is pathetic i am doing you a very good deed telling you this PLEASE LISTEN TO ME IT IS A REALLY BAD PHONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Reviewed by aratoosh from UK on 2nd Jun 2007
This phone is just AMAZING!!!!!!!!
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Reviewed by Nicholas from uganda from UK on 25th May 2007
Yeah,phone is great.but i think it realy depends on what u want it for. u can upgrade it to more nicer software like epocware.
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Reviewed by andrew bowater from UK on 22nd May 2007
andrewbowater@hotmail.com - I have recently brought the p910i after having my nokia 9300 nicked on a train journey and all in all the P910i is a lot better phone as it as a camera for a start and its cool as it uses memory sticks of which I had out of my other pda' COOL sums the phone in one word ..
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Reviewed by David from UK on 14th May 2007
Its WICKED I LOVE IT ALL BUY IT DONT LISTEN TO THESE NOBS THIS IS THE PHONE!! WICKED FEATURES AND LESS WEIGHT! ITS HTE BEST
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Reviewed by k from UK on 10th May 2007
this phone is so awesome, within the first month i was on my second one, as it just died....so i got a new one, after a few months, it stopped vibrating, then a few weeks later the phone stopped making any noises. the phone takes about 3 years to load the picture gallerys, and if you get tired of waiting you cant stop it from updating the gallery, even though there is nothing to update, you cant stop it...text messages, this is one of my biggest hates of this phone, you recieve a text, press ok 20 times it loads message, you reply, you exit messages back to main screen, lock the phone keypad..and as if by magic it loads back up the message you just recieved..... now recently its been getting worse and worse, lets see it turns of randomly, then reloads itself and crashes on the sony ericsson start up screen, or the back light turns of when the jog dial is used, it freezes randomly, which is great in the middle of a call....now it doesnt even turn on, or charge, it just display a red light constantly at the top...im actually glad i didnt pay any money for this phone with my contract, because this phone has cost me nothing but frustration, misery and numbed my mind with its incapability of being used.....i thought sony ericssons were bad and vowed to never have one again after getting a T610i when they came out . i thought about it, surely an expensive sony ericsson will be good....no dont bother do not waste your time with this phone, and ive heard the same about the p990 aswell.... oh yeh forgot to add, camera is very very poor i think its about a 0.0000001 megapixel camera the speaker is rubbish and will die within a few weeks
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Reviewed by Zee from UK on 7th May 2007
best fone ever!!!!!!! ITS BIN 3 YEARS AND ITS STILL THE BEST!!!! I WANA GIVE IT 100 STARS BUT CANT!!!
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Reviewed by sumit from UK on 2nd May 2007
awsome phone...luv it ..too handy ring volume is great..
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Reviewed by brandon from UK on 30th Apr 2007
very bad
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Reviewed by Mateen from UK on 28th Apr 2007
its truly rich in features,style,nd ofcourse to make people feel inferior.....intelligent people's intelligent phone that is sony ericsson. +91 040 9885124584
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Reviewed by crege from UK on 25th Apr 2007
I have are problem with my phone? I am not getting any internet on my phone and i cannot send text messages, if i push the internet button it says activation rejected, i don't understand because it had on internet but i did not get any chance to use it. So could you help me out in some kind of way? This phone can do alot, and some people will be surprise what this phone can do. Out of all these phones i see i really like this phone the best
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Reviewed by ajay singh from UK on 20th Apr 2007
hi this phone is very good
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Reviewed by kvvsraju from UK on 13th Apr 2007
good piece
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Reviewed by Baadal from UK on 9th Apr 2007
The Ph Is Awesum ..... Mst Buy Product ...!!!!
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Reviewed by POOJA from UK on 7th Apr 2007
hi guys..i hv been using my P910 for 2 months now n completely love it.. being gizmo freak, i like its style as well as functionality. features r unending..u ask it n it has it!! but i only got depressed to see dat its body started getting chipped after sometime n looks realy bad. also sumtimes operating it thru its flap gets difficult as it does not respond..
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Reviewed by Dave from UK on 30th Mar 2007
How about a long term review - After two years I have little to fault the P910i, When Steve Jobs unveilled the iPhone I wondered what all the fuss was about. I've used my phone to surf, take pics and videos, open PDFs, as a calendar, with word and excel files. I even considered using it with a bluetooth GPS for SatNav. Agreed the camera is not brilliant - I have a camera for that! There are only 2 glitches 1. linking with a Mac is only via Bluetooth (much more can be done with the docking station on a PC, and 2. when synching with iCal make sure that recuring dates are switched off because it will lock up when calculating dates ad-infinitum. A Fantastic Mobile
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Reviewed by AMIT SINGH from UK on 25th Mar 2007
This phone is cool.but sony cud have done some changes on the camera like a 2.0 camera and zoom up and radio anyhow it still cool.
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Reviewed by neil from UK on 22nd Mar 2007
the P990i is great, but it has some issues, setting the push email up is very difficult, and it appears to freeze and requires the battery to be removed to restart the phone. This is manageble if it only happens a few times but it has happened to my phone 12 times in 2 days.
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Reviewed by Chrup from UK on 17th Mar 2007
I have had this PDA phone for over a year now. It is the best phone I ever had. I don't agree with "total waste of money" as this phone's primary function is to be a phone (hence its name) and not to be a camera, movie player or Walkman/iPod. What bugs me a bit though is its speed. The wordprocessor/spreadsheet/presentation applications are about useless, more or less as useless as their counterparts on PocketPC devices. I tried to view a 50-page PDF file once and the device choked on that - switch off/on resolved the issue, but I didn't attempt that again. Also, what use is a 208x320 screen for files that are best viewed on 8x11" or A4 paper? As a phone, alarm clock, appointment calendar, address book and such, it's great. I'd like to have WiFi on it and I'd also like to have Skype make a client for Symbian OS, but neither is going to happen (Skype & WiFi = free phone).
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Reviewed by pacy4 from UK on 13th Mar 2007
I own P910i form two months. There are so many things to like about this phone and a few to dislike. I bought it second hand with visible traces of usage, but in good technical condition. Battery life seems fine to me- up to three days with intensive use in flip open mode, and one hour a day usage like mp3 player. The processor is powerful enough to handle (and loads quickly) all the applications, except the unability to render video files with decent quality. Symbian 7,0 and build in apps never crashed in my hands and never stuck, so there wasn’t any need to restart my phone. I like the huge easy to use touch-screen, which is bigger and better than most of 320x240 new phones, despite the 320x208 resolution. Great phone to browse the net- Opera browser is awesome. Build in e-mail client works fine and is very useful. It is very handy to work with texts. There are a lot of programs wrote for this phone, so you can fine almost everything. I use dictionary(eMO Dict Deluxe), ICQ client (Jimm), few extra games , book reader (ReadM), file manager and task manager (SMan), Opera browser. All of the apps I mention are freeware. It is strongly recommended to use SMan to control running processes and memory usage. In flip closed mode the screen is well protected and the phone is easy to use for calls and messages. The QWERTY keypad looks too small, but I used to it and now I’m typing faster than on the standard phone keypad. My phone render 4GB memory stick card which is great, but there are some limitations. I can’t see it trough pc suite. If I full the card more than 58% appears “corrupt files”. Anyway the card is usable, and allows me to use my phone like an mp3 player with decent quality. The sound of the included handsfree isn’t bed at all. The things I don’t like: Missing software updates form Sony-Ericsson for more than 1-2GB memory stick cards support. The 32-bit processor of P910i theoretically and practically can address to at most exactly 4GB. It is a pity not to write update to do that without any “corrupt files” problems. There isn’t an update for PC suite to recognize such cards either. The PC>phone file transfer is damn slow. You should use a card reader. I had such PC connectivity problems before. PC suite software is a disaster. Phone can’t play any good quality video no mater which program I use to convert it (“Super” is freeware). It seems the processor speed isn’t enough to play good videos. The phone build in camera, despite the bad resolution (VGA) is very low quality. For me it’s unusable nor to take pictures, nor a video. Missing WLAN(Wi-Hi). My conclusion- I love this phone, it gives me everything I need- book reader, 2-4GB mp3 player, dictionary, net browser, ICQ client, pope-mail, good for smatphone battery life.
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Reviewed by Kostya from UK on 12th Mar 2007
The phone is fantastic, the Symbian operating system allows installation of GPS software, which makes this phone absolutely indispensible.
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Reviewed by aman from UK on 2nd Mar 2007
its alrite but the camers rubbish, mp3 not great and a bit big but its ok
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Reviewed by Samuel Boakye Yiadom from UK on 25th Feb 2007
It's a nice form.I really like it.
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Reviewed by Silviu Dirnu from UK on 25th Feb 2007
true, is still one of the best
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Reviewed by ferarry from UK on 22nd Feb 2007
well all I could just say is that the phone is good to some extent cos the RDA functions inside is ssuperb and that as already made us to make up our mind that all my family will go for it
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Reviewed by lito from UK on 22nd Feb 2007
two thumbs up
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Reviewed by belen_gargar@yahoo.com from UK on 11th Feb 2007
i love this phone p910i only i have the hard time to how i can connect my pc to my cell. i wish my inbox be transferd to my pc. can you help me how to connect them or how to get started?
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Reviewed by Abdul Hayee from UK on 9th Feb 2007
i am one of the p910 users it is a good mobile cell phone with well functioned for the bussiness
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Reviewed by Tony King from UK on 6th Feb 2007
In the last 2 years I have had the following devices, in order of appearance: P910i, Motorola RAZR, Samsung Z400, Nokia N70, SE M600i and now I am back to using the N70. Not one of the replacement machines came ANYWHERE close to the all-round performance of the P910i. I had a P990 as a tryout for a month and it drove me mad. Now I am searching for another P910i. I know that it is old tech nowadays, but it is a rock-solid device, and is genuinely good at everything that counts for me - decent phone 1st and properly usable PDA 2nd. SE please take note: SCREEN SIZE DOES COUNT!
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