Sony Ericsson P990i is one of the many mobiles produced by a company with a worldwide reputation in electronics and communications. As it happens with most other electronic devices, there are good bits and bad bits about this product that should be carefully taken into consideration before making a purchase.
According to both experts and users Sony Ericsson P990i is one of the best of Sony Ericsson smart phones. It has a sleek design and it incorporates a QWERTY keyboard with the latest developments in mobile phone technology. Among its most highly praised and appreciated features, the phone includes a music player, a business card scanner, a 2-megapixel camera, video recording and Wi-Fi networks and 3G/UMTS platforms.
The weak points of Sony Ericsson P990i are the size, as it is a bit bulky, the fact that the QWERTY keyboard is considered too small by some users, and the price, which is too high, making it less affordable. Thus, although the perfect choice for tech-minded users, this telephone comes for too high a price for many buyers who may be tempted to look for it.
Sony Ericsson P990i phone has a memory stick PRO Duo and its installed flash memory is of 64 MB. There are lots of things this design offers in the area of messaging/data services, and here we refer to voice mail capability, SMS, Internet browser, GPRS, JAVA applications, mobile Email, messaging/data features ? XHTML browser, HSCSD, MMS, and WAP 2.0.
The phone also offers a lot of features in the cellular area such as: WCDMA (UMTS)/GMS technology, WCDMA (UMTS)/GSM 900/1800/1900, vibrating alert, automatic redial, call divert, call barring, call hold, call timer, caller ID, call waiting, volume control, internal antenna, ringer control, conference call capability, computer link, speakerphone, voice recorder, call transfer, polyphonic ringer, melody composer and so on.
Let us not overlook additional features that are also worth considering such as video clip recording and Radio Data Service, Bluetooth, IEE 802.11b or Infrared. Music lovers also benefit from the AAC, MP3 digital audio standards of Sony Ericsson P990i. Besides, you should consider the talk time of up to 540 minutes and the standby time of up to 400 hours. It also has a very audible battery alert.
Ever since Sony Ericsson P990i was presented by the company in the prototype format, many people have waited for its release as the P990i remains a serious smart phone that will satisfy tech-minded consumers and professionals. But, as mentioned before, the phone is also a budgetary challenge for many of those interested in the purchase.