Sony Ericsson W902 review: Cyber-Walkman-shot

A phone like no other or a quick-fix Cyber-shot Walkman mongrel trying to pass off as a hip novelty - you can call the Sony Ericsson W902 whatever you like, but it will still be the best cameraphone among music phones. The 5 megapixel auto focus camera opens a new chapter in the Walkman book, while everything else about the W902 walks and talks multimedia. Based on the excellent Sony Ericsson feature phone interface, you get all sorts of treats like the top-of-the-line Media Center with screen auto rotation, Shake control and SensMe.
There may be hardly anything else to wish for in a feature phone, though GPS and Wi-Fi in the latest Walkmans might make the W902 stumble a bit. But it still has a special place booked in the hearts of brand loyal fans who are no longer forced to choose between imaging and music, Walkman and Cyber-shot.

Key Features:
Quad-band GSM and 3G with HSDPA support
2.2" 256K-color vibrant TFT display of QVGA resolution
5 megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash and cell ID geotagging
Dedicated external music keys
Bluetooth (with A2DP) and USB v2.0
Accelerometer sensor for display auto-rotate
25MB of internal memory and M2 memory card slot (8GB card included)
Walkman 3.0 music player with Shake control and SenseMe
FM radio with RDS
Multi-tasking support
Smart dialing
Comfortable keypad


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