Back in June when
But the W910 goes a step farther than the W580i by allowing you to play games using the motion sensor. I had the chance to test this feature at CTIA when I held the W910 in my hands for the first time. Instead of using the navigation controls or keypad buttons to play a game, which can be a little tedious over time, I only had to move the W910 around like a
Unfortunately, I didn't get the chance to test the call quality--that's difficult to do when a phone is chained to a booth on the CTIA show floor--but I'll get to that just as soon as we get a review model. And if Sony Ericsson has a heart, we'll get one soon. The W910 also sports a thin slider design (in red or black) that's similar to the W580i. It's attractive on the whole and the display is vibrant. What's more, the keys felt a bit better than on the W580 even though they're still flush with the surface of the phone. The feature is solid, as well; besides the Walkman music player, the W910 offers Bluetooth, world phone support, and a 2-megapixel camera.
CTIA Super Mobility Week
CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
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