Sony Ericsson W715 'performs flawlessly'
20 April 2009 — 10:51 AM
The latest phone from Sony Ericsson's Walkman range is well worthy of attention, one product reviewer claims.
In an article for Mobile Burn, Russell Jefferies looks at the music-focussed W715 model and notes there is very little about the handset that is not to like.
He says that in addition to the latest version of the Walkman media player, Sony Ericsson have equipped the gadget with Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity - and have encased it in a metallic finish that "certainly looks the part".
In addition, he states the W715 is "very pleasant" to use and "performed flawlessly" during the site's various tests.
"The W715 does its main task very well - providing a great audio experience with some added GPS services as a bonus," he concludes. "It's a very nice package overall."
Sony Ericsson have also included Shake Control, DLNA sharing and Walk Mate - a pedometer system that allows people to track how far they have travelled against their own personal health goals.
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