Want a non-smartphone with impressive GPS navigation?
11 June 2009 — 10:00 AM
One review website is pleased with the range of GPS features on the Sony Ericsson W995.
The device includes more than infoSync "would normally expect" on a non-smartphone and comes pre-loaded with Google Maps.
"It is an impressive and unique version of the mapping app," the site claims, adding the maps and satellite views "look great" on the screen.
What is more, this version also employs a Street View window that enables users to see a 360-degree view, as well as a full-screen option.
It adds that, not including Google's own Android OS version on the T-Mobile G1, it is "one of the better versions of Google Maps" it has seen.
According to the phone's manufacturer, the Sony Ericsson W995 also comes with an 8.1 megapixel camera, with up to 16x digital zoom.
Meanwhile, with an 8GB memory stick users can also save an "inexhaustible amount" of photos, video clips and sounds onto their latest phone.
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