New Sony Ericsson R300 Candy Bar FM/AM Radio Phone Review
The Sony Ericsson R300 Radio is a smart looking and inexpensive candy bar phone that doubles as a very small portable FM/AM radio. It’s a simple phone and has a basic 128 x 160 pixel display, a 0.3 megapixel resolution (VGA) camera, a WAP browser and Bluetooth. As you can see from the name, the handset have plenty to do with radios, enabling the user to tune-in to their favorite radio show on both AM and FM broadcasts.
The handset support of TrackID which allow user to know what song they’re listening to and by whom was it sung in an instant. They can record a clip of a song from an external source, such as a sound system in a coffee shop or bar, and find out within seconds who sang it, the name of the track and which album it is from.
An Audio Enhancer key allows you to activate volume boost when listening to the radio through the speakers or experience 3D sound enhancement when you groove via the stereo headset. With the R300 Radio you can listen-in via the stereo headphones provided or ‘play it loud’ thanks to the high performance speaker integrated into the phone.
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