Flashback: Sony Ericsson P910 used an odd flavor of touch Symbian and wanted to do it all

After gaining a beachhead in the 80s, personal computers invaded homes en masse in the 90s. Then in the 2000s smartphones were trying to do the same to people’s pockets. By that time people had gotten used to document editors, spreadsheets, email and web browsing. Feature phones weren’t great at that – for example, the famous Nokia 3310 (which came out in late 2000) could do none of that.

But soon a new breed of phones appeared, phones that were like mini laptops. We’ve talked about the Nokia Communicator before, today we will focus on the Sony Ericsson P910. The third model in the series,…