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Sony Ericsson P990i information

SonyEricsson P990

The P990i is an evolution of the P910i smartphone - it's a 3G phone with Bluetooth, Wifi, a colour touchscreen, 2 megapixel digital camera, MP3 player and an FM radio.

The Sony Ericsson P990i is powered by Symbian OS v9.1 (UIQ 3). It's a combined mobile phone, camera and PDA.

Memory: 64MB RAM Memory, up to 80MB user free memory for storage. Memory expansion is via a Memory Stick Duo slot.

Physical dimensions: 114 x 57 x 25 mm.

Screen: 240 x 320 pixel colour touchscreen

Availability: NOW (Apr 2006) on o2 from MobileShop - Know another supplier?

You might also like to look at the SonyEricsson P1i, which became available in July 2007

P990 Links:


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P900 FAQs

Data conversion For help with information on converting your Contacts, Calendar and documents for viewing on your phone, see our Conversion page for some general guidance.
Accessories? There's a wide range of accessories, including spare batteries, cases, chargers, in-car kits, hands-free, cables and fascias, at Carphone Warehouse and MobileShop.
What's my phone's serial number? Enter '*#06#' as if it were a phone number, to get your handset's serial number (known as the IMEI) - useful to keep a note of in case your phone is stolen. You may also need this number when registering certain types of software.

Questions? Ask them in our P990 forum


Questions? Ask them in our P990 forum, and we'll add them here

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