Sony Ericsson P800 Specifications, Tests and Review

208 x 320
Operating System
Symbian OS 7.0
1000 mAh

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Product Type Smartphone
Form Factor Full keyboard - touch screen
Aerial Internal
Height 117 mm Worse than 65 % of phones rated.
Width 59 mm Worse than 66 % of phones rated.
Depth 27 mm Worse than 99 % of phones rated.
Weight 158 g Worse than 62 % of phones rated.
Body Colour Electric blue
Waterproof (Water-resistant) -
Connector Type Data port
Data port - IrDA
Headset jack

Design of Sony Ericsson P800 has dimensions of 117 mm × 59 mm × 27 mm and weight of 158 g.

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DISPLAY Sony Ericsson P800
Display Type LCD display
Display Technology TFT
Screen Size (Display Size) -
Screen Resolution (Display Resolution) 208 x 320 pixels Worse than 83 % of phones rated.
Colour Depth 4,096 colours Worse than 97 % of phones rated.
Display Illumination Colour White
Display Indicators SMS indicator, silent ring signal, divert indicator, digital clock, GPRS indicator, missed calls indicator, Bluetooth indicator, alarm clock indicator, mute indicator, IR port indicator, signal strength, home zone, text message waiting, voice message waiting, keypad lock, battery meter
Display Features LCD touch screen, wallpaper, screen saver, backlit

The disadvantage of LCD displays is the relatively lower color contrast displayed, as the technology cannot display absolute black well. Also due to the higher power consumption, LCD displays are no longer as common in phones. Even so, some manufacturers still equip their phones with LCD technology. However, modern smartphones are already using OLED technology. The advantage of LCD phones is that they tend to be cheaper to build than OLED technology.

Display Resolution of Sony Ericsson P800 is 208 x 320 pixels. A higher display resolution is a prerequisite for a sharper image. The standard for mid-range phones today is a Full HD resolution of 1920 × 1080 px. Cheaper phones, which usually have a smaller diagonal, have an HD resolution of 1280 × 720 px. Smaller resolutions can only be found in older models. Best phones, on the other hand, have a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 px.

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PROCESSOR Sony Ericsson P800
Processor Type (CPU) ARM9

The processor type of the Sony Ericsson P800 is ARM9.

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MEMORY Sony Ericsson P800
Internal Memory Size (Storage Capacity) -
User Memory 12 MB
Supported Flash Memory Cards (Expandable Memory) Memory Stick Duo

In addition, if you need more memory, this model offers the option of inserting a memory card to increase the storage size.

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CAMERA Sony Ericsson P800
Number of Main Cameras 0
Number of Front Cameras 0
Battery Capacity (Battery Size) 1000 mAh Worse than 79 % of phones rated.
Standby Time 400 hours Better than 62 % of phones rated.
Talk Time 780 minutes Better than 63 % of phones rated.
Run Time Details Talk: up to 780 min
Standby: up to 400 hrs
Battery Technology Lithium polymer

The battery size of Sony Ericsson P800 is 1000 mAh. Nevertheless, battery capacity is not the only factor that affects the phone's battery life. For example - the size of the display, the performance of the processor, the use of data functions and, of course, the intensity of use of phone in general all have a significant impact on battery life. Standard for most smartphones today is a battery capacity of around 4500 to 5000 mAH. Phones with this battery size usually guarantee a phone life of at least 1 day. Older or cheaper smartphone models can then reach battery capacities typically around 2500 mAH and below. With this capacity, you may find that if you use your phone heavily, you may need to recharge your phone during the day.

Standby time is 400 hours. The value indicates how long your phone will last on a single charge when you are not actively using it. The battery life when making calls is, like standby time, a figure that tells us how long the phone will last on a single charge when making continuous calls. For the Sony Ericsson P800 it is 780 minutes.

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CELLULAR Sony Ericsson P800
Technology GSM
Operating System Symbian OS 7.0
Software Platforms Supported Java
Installed Games Solitaire, Chess

The phone's operating system is Symbian OS 7.0.

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Data Transmission GPRS
High Speed Circuit Switched Data (HSCSD) Yes
2G Band 900 EGSM, 1800 GSM, 1900 GSM
Wireless Interface Infrared (IrDA)
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Communication Features Mobile Email client, Internet browser
Messaging Services SMS, MMS, EMS

Bluetooth makes it easy to connect your phone to other wireless devices such as headphones, speakers, TV or tablet and more.

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MEDIA Sony Ericsson P800
Supported Digital Audio Standards WAV, MP3
FEATURES Sony Ericsson P800
Phone Functions Speakerphone, call timer, conference call, vibrating alert
Phone Lock Yes
SIM Card Lock Yes
Speed Dial Yes
Speech Codec EFR, FR, HR
Polyphonic Ringer Yes
Personal Information Management Calendar, synchronization with PC, calculator, reminder, alarm clock with snooze, alarm clock
Alarm Clock Modes Monthly, daily, weekly
Phone Book Entries Qty 1000
Additional Phone Features Intelligent Typing (T9)
OTHERS Sony Ericsson P800
Included Accessories Hand strap, sync station, stylus, headset, carrying case, Memory Stick DUO adapter, power adapter
Memory card Memory Stick Duo - 16 MB

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