Sony Ericsson W880i

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Sony Ericsson W880i
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Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900 and UMTS
Predecessor Sony Ericsson W810
Successor Sony Ericsson W890
Dimensions 102 x 46.5 x 9.4 mm
Weight 71 g (2.5 oz)
Memory 16 MB Internal, Memory Stick Micro M2 (up to 2 GB)
Display 240x320 pixels (QVGA), 1.8 inches, 262,144 (18-bit) color TFT LCD
Connectivity WCDMA, GPRS, Bluetooth, USB 2.0

The Sony Ericsson W880i is a mobile phone that was released in spring 2007. Part of Sony Ericsson's Walkman series, the phone has been popular due its tiny dimensions.[citation needed] At only 9.4 mm thick, the W880 was one of the few phones on the market that were thinner than 1 cm (10 mm) together with phones like Motorola L7 and Nokia 5310.

The W880i is available in three different colour schemes; "Flame Black", "Steel Silver","Pitch Black". There is a fourth color scheme, "Gold", which is exclusively available to Vodafone. There is also a non-3G version of the phone; the Sony Ericsson W888c.


The W880 features a 2.0-megapixel camera (without autofocus and flash) and a secondary VGA camera located on the front which can be used for 3G video conferencing. The phone also comes with Walkman Player v2.0, which gives a faster interface with very few differences from the previous version. The phone comes with 16 MB of memory and a 1 GB M2, but can be expanded up to 2 GB via the Memory Stick Micro slot. Other features include photo/video editing, picture blogging, web gallery uploading, QCIF video recording, and 3G data transferring capabilities of up to 384 kbit/s. This model shares all of the features the W850i has except the form factor and the lack of radio and camera light. The phone's CPU is an ARM 9 processor clocked at 206 MHz.


Supports a wide range of audio, video and image formats, next to software:

External links

  • Official Sony Ericsson W880i Page
  • GSMArena
  • SEfanatics
  • Sony W880i review on SubReview
  • Flash menus on the W880i
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