Sony Ericsson Z800i
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UMTS 2100 MHz Tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz,GPRS
|Dimensions||102 x 49 x 23.6 mm|
phone memory 7 MB(+/-)Expandable memory up to 4 GB Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo
Size: 56 mm diagonal
Colours: 262,148 TFT
Resolution: 176 x 220 pixels
Resolution: 101 x 80 pixels
|Connectivity||USB, Bluetooth 1.1, Infrared|
Sony Ericsson Z800i is a 3G mobile phone developed by Sony Ericsson and released in 2005. The Z800i is a phone that is identical to the Vodafone branded Sony Ericsson V800 (or 802SE in Japan). The difference between these two phones is that the Z800i can be found not branded to any mobile phone service provider, and it has different colour variations.
The Z800i is available in two colours (or actually textures[clarification needed]), Linear Silver and Titanium Silver. It is a 3G and Tri-band phone weighing 128 grams. It has a 1.3-megapixel rotating camera (that can rotate 180 degrees, called the MotionEye camera), that lets you take photos, video and use it during Video Calls.
It is a quite well featured, for its time, 3G phone that supports WAP 2.0, UMTS (or the slower GPRS), polyphonic ringtones in MIDI up to 72 tones, and Java applications. You can store multimedia files in its internal memory (5 MBs) or in a Memory Stick PRO Duo card.
1.3-megapixel resolution (1280 x 960 pixels) with 16x digital zoom and photo light
Audio playback - AAC, AMR, MP3, MIDI, WAV, WMV, XMF and Truetone
Video playback - MP4, DiVX, 3GP
Music and Video Streaming is available
Version: MIDP 2.0
WAP 2.0, XHTML/HTML multimode browser
- Battery performance
Standby time: 140 hours
Voice Talk time: 150 min
Video Talk time: 85 min