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We know this one's been in the oven for a while, but according to the good folks at HowardForums, Cingular's finally seen fit to release the Sony Ericsson W810i -- and just in time, if we do say so ourselves -- though availability seems to be initially limited to brick-and-mortar stores. As a refres

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If Sony Ericsson was going to bother re-releasing the W810i, you'd think they would add a touch screen to keep up with the counterfeiters. Instead, they've simply taken the PSP approach and resheathed the music phone in iPod white. The spec sheet is identical to the original black model, so i

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Sony Ericsson keeps cranking out the high-style musicphones, and the V630i looks to be the latest edition to the line -- for UK Vodafone customers, that is. The phone, which eschews the Walkman branding used in other recent music-centric models, includes 10MB of internal memory, Memory Stick Micro

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Sony Ericsson keeps cranking out the high-style musicphones, and the V630i looks to be the latest edition to the line -- for UK Vodafone customers, that is. The phone, which eschews the Walkman branding used in other recent music-centric models, includes 10MB of internal memory, Memory Stick Micro

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Looks like these fakesters really went the extra mile in ripping off Sony Ericsson's W810i musicphone. Sure, the music playback is sluggish, the MP4 support is nonexistent, and instead of the advertised 3 megapixels the phone camera offers 1.3, but this sketchy device discovered in Hong Kong does i

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Looks like these fakesters really went the extra mile in ripping off Sony Ericsson's W810i musicphone. Sure, the music playback is sluggish, the MP4 support is nonexistent, and instead of the advertised 3 megapixels the phone camera offers 1.3, but this sketchy device discovered in Hong Kong does

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As you can tell from Mobile Burn's title, "Review: Sony Ericsson's Fabulous W810i," they obviously thought the device had something going for it. And frankly so did we; whenever we've picked it up, we've hardly been able to put the thing back down. According to Mobile Burn the W810i's incr

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