Thursday, July 19, 2007

SE P1 Vs Nokia E61i

Sony Ericsson now has a serious competitor for Nokia E61i , the P1 , finally out after a successful launch of M600 , the P1 has almost everything ( no GPS ) . a 3.2 MP camera ( given Sony Camera Quality it will be better than Nokia ) , Wifi , TOUCH SCREEN , keyboard ( although different style ) and as copied from Sony SIte

What's in it?
Business card scanner
Take a photo of a business card. Use the Business Card Reader to scan the text - and then save it as a contact.
In the Sony Ericsson P1i kit
You'll find all you need to get the most out of your phone in the box: A 512MB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) unit, a portable handsfree, a desk stand, and an extra stylus. Plus PC software and a USB cable for easy synchronization.
Symbian™ OS
An open operating system for mobile devices that enables you to download new applications to your phone Read more

Push email
Instant email on your mobile phone, just like on your home computer. Messages are sent directly to your phone as soon as they arrive. Read more
Quick and easy access to broadband Internet. Say hello to video calls, audio and video streaming, Internet surfing, multimedia messaging and email on the go.

Handwriting Recognition
Text input using stylus on touchscreen: write a character as you would with a pen, and it transforms it into the corresponding letter on a keyboard.
Using a stylus or pointer, you can navigate the phone menu by touching icons or menu items on the screen.

Web wherever
Truly mobile Internet lets you enjoy browsing the Web and manage your email effectively with the convenience of your phone, wherever you are.
RSS feeds
Use your phone to view up-to-the-minute news and other content from selected websites and blogs. Just subscribe to the feed and let it come to you.

Integrated camera
Built-in digital camera with screen viewfinder, dedicated menus and direct interaction with in-phone imaging and messaging features.
Video call
See who’s talking with your 3G phone. During a video call, you see a live video stream of the person you're talking to - and they can see you.

Links you like
Forget cables - wireless is the way forward. Connect to other devices with Bluetooth™ to sync, share and send. Read more
Music recognition
What’s that sound? Just record a few seconds of music and TrackID™ (powered by Gracenote Mobile MusicID) returns the song name, artist and album to your phone within seconds. See how it works

Will I get it no , Sony is notorious for pathetic OS , remember P9901 started from USd 1000 in Pakistan now available at 1/3 the price , Sony loses its value fast while Nokia stays firm with a strong Firmware support

Still will be worth a try at price around 20 K ruppess



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