Sony Ericsson W950

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Sony Ericsson W950i
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Manufacturer Sony Ericsson
Compatible networks GSM, UMTS
Availability by Region 2006 first half
Successor Sony Ericsson W960
Dimensions 106x54x15 mm
Weight 112 g with battery
Operating system UIQ 3 / Symbian OS v9.1
Memory 4 GB internal flash drive
Removable storage None
Battery BST-33
Data inputs Keypad / Touchscreen
Display 240x320, 67mm
Rear camera None
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0

The Sony Ericsson W950i is the third UIQ 3 smartphone based on Symbian OS v9.1. It was announced on February 13, 2006, a week after the announcement of the Sony Ericsson M600.


The W950 is Sony Ericsson's sixth Walkman phone. One of its distinguishing features is the 4 GB internal flash memory in which you can store many songs. However, it does not support any type of memory card.

Developing for the W950i

Since the W950i is based upon the UIQ platform, it is easy to make third party applications that can be downloaded to the phone. Developers can choose their preferred programming language (Java, C++, etc.) and IDE (Visual Studio, CodeWarrior, Eclipse, Carbide, NetBeans).

External links

  • Official Sony Ericsson W958c Webpage
  • Official Sony Ericsson W950i Webpage
  • Sony Ericsson
  • UIQ
  • Official UIQ developer portal
  • Sony Ericsson W950 walkman announced - Article from All About Symbian
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