This is a continuation of the full feature set of the Sony Ericsson W350.
FM radio, which requires an included cord to be inserted into the phone that doubles as its antenna, along with XM Satellite Radio, which does not.
While you can listen to what’s on the radio for free using the FM radio function (and you can hear static in the same way), XM comes with a three-day initial trial. It’s $8.99 per month thereafter.
The W350’s organizer includes an alarm clock, calculator, calendar, flight mode, notes, a phone book, a stopwatch, tasks and a timer.
It’s Bluetooth capable with, for example, wireless headsets. The phone also has a modem and USB support.
If your favorite songs are on a CD or your computer, for example, you can use this USB compatibility to drag tracks from your computer onto your phone via an included USB cable.
The W350 comes with a battery, charger, USB cable, 512-megabyte memory stick, cable for radio listening, Sony Ericsson software for your computer as well as a media manager for transferring music.
The flip phone, which measures in at 104 millimeters by 43 millimeters by 10.5 millimeters (or 4.09 inches by 1.69 inches by 0.41 of an inch) and weighs in at 80 grams (or 2.81 ounces), comes in four color choices: “electric black,” “ice blue,” “hypnotic black” and “graphic white”.
The Bottom Line
While the W350 is highlighted by some transfixing features that may cause a double take, so does the handset feature some disquieting design concerns. Though the low-priced flip phone ultimately delivers on its slim form factor and full feature set, its structural integrity may not stay sound for as long as you’d like. Image Gallery: See seven photos
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