The first thing you notice about the G900 is its simple yet sophisticated design.One of the most interesting aspects of the Sony Ericsson G900 is its touchscreen function. Using the stylus pen, the Sony Ericsson G900 is capable of handwriting recognition. You can use the stylus pen to write on the phones screen. Then watch as the phone intelligently transforms your characters into corresponding letters on the G900’s keyboard. What’s even more impressive is the ability to use the G900 to write personal ‘sticky notes’ and reminders in your own handwriting saving time as the phones keypad is not required.
However, it has to be noted that the stylus pen is on the rather small side which will make it awkward to use for those with large hands.Yes it has got a 5megapixel camera. So you can forget carrying around that digital camera all the time.You can also set focus areas for your picture. Like other recent Sony Ericsson Sony Ericsson has included a stylus pen which slots stylishly into the left hand side of the mobile phones, the G900 enables you to easily capture and edit images and videos so that you can quickly share content using Email, MMS or by uploading the content directly to your blog.
It has a 2.4 inch 262K color TFT display of QVGA resolution. G900 performs more than adequately when displaying images and videos on the phone itself. If you’re worrying about where to store all your media files, the Sony Ericsson G900 comes with a generous 160 megabytes of internal memory which is expandable into the gigabytes with the purchase of a Memory Stick M2.
Ok now you must be thinking if the phone is this smart will it fit into my pocket , I say yes. The Sony Ericsson G900 measures in at an impressive 10.6cm in height x 4.9cm in width x 1.3cm in depth and weighs only 99g.
The Sony Ericsson G900 measures in at an impressive 10.6cm in height x 4.9cm in width x 1.3cm in depth and weighs only 99gThe Sony Ericsson G900 comes with built in WI-FI (WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g for all you geeks) which means you can connect to your wireless home or work network and do all the usual internet activities - web browsing, emails (including push email), Google Maps etc - allowing you to avoid paying the excessive data fees that network operators charge for using their GPRS mobile internet services. However, in instances where you cannot connect to a WI-FI network, the Sony Ericsson G900 does comes with 3G technology, thus providing you with the convenience of broadband Internet to your mobile phone - even if at an extra cost. As is standard with 3G phones, the G900 allows you to make and receive video calls (using the secondary camera on the front of the phone) and stream video too.
The phone has 380 hours standby time, 12 hours talk time, and 4 hours whilst connected to 3G - not too bad. The G900 is priced about 455.00$ in USA