Sony Ericsson Idou Review – The 12 Megapixel Sony Idou Phone

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The new Sony Ericsson Idou comes with increased megapixels and improved features, thus combining the best of two worlds. The very concept of such a handset points to the fact that the Swedish and Japanese alliance is a dream come true for the mobile phone enthusiasts. Sony Ericsson Idou has the potential to take the Cybershot brand to another dimension altogether.

Standard features:

HSDPA, Bluetooth, DLNA-certified Wi-Fi, an accelerometer (motion sensor), microSD memory card slot, USB 2.0 connectivity and A-GPS are some of the more commonly seen features in most high- end phones. The new launch from Ericsson, the Sony Ericsson Idou has them all. It comes with a 3.5″ touchscreen display with a commendable 360×640 pixel of resolution. sony 55x75k

Other than these, there are many fresh facets to this mobile phone.

New User Interface:

The market is abuzz with the news of the new UI with which Sony will be breaking from the old mould. The new UI is something that Sony has not experimented with before and it will make Sony Ericsson Idou stand out amongst all its mobile phones. Apart from the Windows Mobile-powered Xperia X1, Sony has always used the same UI.

The smoothness of the touch interface on the 640×360 3.5-inch screen grabs attention immediately. The ability to rapidly move from application to application without any noticeable lag is sure to become popular. S60 that this phone features is different from others like Nokia’s S60 UI or Samsung’s TouchWiz UI.

The very ideas behind this phone and the innovations tried out make this model highly impressive. With the Sony Ericsson Idou, the users get to set various panels at the top of the home screen. They just have to swipe left and right to take pictures and see contacts. The users can also customize the contacts to let them view the favorite contacts quickly. This feature is very useful as generally phone users call or send SMS to only a few people regularly.

Another exciting thing about the UI is that the home screen will keep a part of the media player open so the user has the option of listening to music or opening videos while picking the phone up. The UI might not be customizable but the final version of this handset will have many more features. This version is due to come out some time later in the year.

Further Expansion:

Sony Ericsson Idou uses an M2 Memory card. This memory card comes with the opportunity of expansion. Other latest additions that you will get in this Sony Ericsson set are: the PlayNow Arena and the MediaGo software. This make the phone a real treat for the music lovers. This awesome launch from Sony Ericsson will also permit its users to synchronize different devices on a home server.

 

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