The Sony Ericsson G705 measures 95 x 47 x 14.3 mm and weighs 98 grams. It is a stunner of a mobile phone, with a 2.4 inch screen beneath of which you will find a few dedicated music buttons (to fast forward/skip a track and change the volume) and a navigational pad.

The music player will support all music formats and there is 120 mega bytes of internal memory that can be increased by using a MicroSD card. It also has an FM Radio. Apart from having excellent sound quality, Sony have also included a few advanced music features typically found on a Walkman phone. These include TrackID – where you can record a few seconds of a song and have the artist and song's name sent to you, and PlayNow – which is an easy to use download feature to quickly download music onto the phone.

There camera is a decent 3.2 mega pixels and has digital zoom. There are also a few advanced camera features such as Photo Fix – to fix the contrast, Photo Light – to fix the over exposure; and Geo-tagging – to tag photos so you will always know exactly where you were when you took a picture. You will also be able to take good quality video footage with the Sony Ericsson G705.

The Sony Ericsson W705 is not a smart phone and so the applications are only the standard ones. These include an alarm, personal organiser, calendar, and a handsfree speaker. The screen will also auto-rotate as you turn it which is very cool. There is also GPS, WayFinder and Google Maps already integrated. Internet connection however is very advanced with EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth and 3g HSPDA.

In summary, the Sony Ericsson W705 is a stunning mobile phone with a really good music player, decent camera and excellent internet connection.

Source by Marc Sam