I am recently a proud owner of a Sony Ericsson mobile phone and was very much impressed with all its capabilities. Aside from the usual calling and text message capability, it packs a wide variety of applications that you can use most especially if your a music lover, a photographer, an internet buff or an instructor who uses power point presentation. First is its music capability. It has a built in FM radio and can likewise store MP3 songs. You can listen to music directly from the phone or through the earphone that comes with it. And believe me the quality is very good. Second is the camera. It has two cameras, front and back. The front camera can be utilize if you wish to make a video call and the back camera can be used to take pictures with a 3.2 megapixel quality and a cybershot capability. This means that the pictures are clear and with the cybershot capability, you can take 9 frames of pictures with just one shot and choose from among which to save. You can also use the phone to browse through the internet since it has GPRS capability and can link you with the internet anytime. The phone comes with a remote control feature application. Using this feature, with bluetooth capability, you can manipulate your laptop for as long as it has bluetooth capability. You can open files, play your windows media player and open and close powerpoint presentation. Practically you can operate you laptop without touching it just by using the phone. so during discussion and presentation, all I need to hold is my Sony Ericsson.
by alexandriaruthk 6 years ago
When times are hard, which is easier to give up - cellphone, Internet or dining out?You can add to the choices - designer clothing/wear, movies, other hobbies etc. What do you think?
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
What advice can you give about cell phones? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)Whether you’re a fan of them or not, cell phones are probably a part of your life. What plans and phones work best for you? How have you saved money? How do you approach new phone technology and releases? Share your advice and...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
looks like the scientists now flip flopped again and are telling the public that cell phones held next to the ear actually do cause brain damage!http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-cel … ?track=rss
by Deborah 3 years ago
What age or grade should a child be when they get their first cellphone?I'm always hearing my nieces complain about not having a cellphone and I believe they should wait, they are 8, 9, & 11? How old were you when you got your first cellphone?
by butterflystar 6 years ago
What is the best way to upload my cellphone pictures?
by Randy Godwin 6 years ago
Does being without your cell phone make you feel uneasy?
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