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    Nokia 3650 vs Sony Ericsson P800 Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: September 2nd, 2003
    SLRating:Nokia 3650 SLRating: 9.5/10
    SLRating: Sony Ericsson P800 SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: Mobile Phone technology moves on at a fast rate, most come with cameras and some with video, SLCentral compared the latest heavyweights from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Which one is worth your money, Is it better to go with the cheaper 3650, Or is it wiser to spend the extra cash and grab the P800? Read on to find out in our official review.....

    Nokia 3650: Find the lowest price for this product
    Sony Ericsson P800: Find the lowest price for this product
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    Camera

    Both the 3650 and the P800 has a 640x480 digital camera built in. But which one produces better images?

    I took a picture of my computer setup on both phones, and then transferred them to the PC. Both pictures were set on the highest quality mode.

    The P800 had sub par image quality. The picture was grainy, and pretty bad. Then again, the camera is meant to share fun pictures with friends and family, not for professional shots. It was fine for the feature it was designed for.

    The 3650 had better image quality, but not much better. Quality was still grainy, but acceptable, once again, for the point it was designed for.

    Winner: 3650

    Performance

    I tested the performance of the phone by comparing signal of both phones in the same place. Both had equal signal quality, so I had to say this was a tie.

    Winner: Tie

    Battery Life

    The P800 conked out after quite some time. I got about 300 hours of standby life, a little less then the 400 Sony Ericsson says, and about 10 hours of talk time, Sony Ericsson says 13.

    For the 3650, I managed to get about 150 hours of standby time, and around 3 hours of talk time. Nowhere near what I got from the P800, but still good.

    Winner: P800 by a long shot



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    1. Introduction
    2. 3650 design
    3. P800 Design
    4. 3650 Features
    5. P800 Features
    6. 3650 Operating System
    7. P800 Operating System
    8. Camera Performance
    9. Conclusions

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