- Brad Kellett , MobileBurn
If the W760 is within your budget and photography is important to you, this is a great device.
Reviews (7.1/10 Avg. rating)
Everything about the device is merely average
Despite the few bugs that were found in our review unit, there was really very little not to like about the Sony Ericsson W760. Its musical talents were handy, the web browser adequate, and the size, weight, and design were all quite pleasing. Its performance in basically every area was quite satisfying.
The most appreciated features on the device were the accelerometer and convenient media menu, while the camera put in a solid performance as well. The GPS location-based services were also nice, though potentially the most important use of the GPS, the Navigation application, was... Full review
The first Sony Ericson phone to offer an integrated GPS receiver
Sony Ericsson W760 is a nice attempt at creating an all-purpose slider. It's got all the goodies many users are waiting for.
Although in dense urban environments our beta unit had a weakish GPS sensitivity, the amount of GPS applications is commendable - especially for a first try from Sony Ericsson.
The Shake Control and SensMe feature worked like a charm and the built-in accelerometer was precise as expected. The integration of YouTube in the Media Center is a welcome change too. The NetFront web browser is as capable and fast as in the web-centric Sony Ericsson K660... Full review