Love it, but can anyone access internet or send pictures through text messaging because I can't.
Savings Team, Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: I absolutely love the phone at first I thought that I could send photos through text messaging and access the internet but you can't for some reason. If anyone out there purchased this phone was able to access or make use of the multimedia features like send photos and access internet let me know so...
Excerpt: I have been using my Sony Ericsson Aino for almost a month now and I can say that it is one of the most stylish and elegant smartphone that Sony Ericsson has launched. I picked the luminous white from the two color options and I loved it. The first …
Excerpt: Can't believed those guy hate Aino that much...hhuhuhu....I used Aino there's no big probs.......Batt...is good,just reduce the brightness of ur' screen the battery will last long..sound is Very clear Stereo & Bass......
Excerpt: sony ericsson u10i or aino is one of the best from its company.. i love the kool looks,the performance and all.. its music no doubt better than nokia or others,in one word the best.. camera is good,battery life also good.it has a power 1000mh battery..
Not a bad phone. Worth checking out if you want a large screened slider with keypad.
21 June 2010
Summary: I needed a phone with a large screen, but had a normal keypad, not a qwerty one. Given the plethera of touchscreens which are all the rage, I had no choice but to buy a second hand phone and eventually settled for a SE Aino. So what's the Aino like? Overall, it's typical Sony Ericsson.
Summary: After 3 weeks the touchscreen stopped working, only after I thought I had done loads of research I found out too late that this phone has a BIG screen problem. Because I bought it in Dubai I had to send it back there to get it repaired.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson U10i - DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!! I hate it. Touch screen stopped working after two days. It is very slow between screens. The battery lasts about four hours and as far as I can tell I have everything that uses energy turned off.
Summary: Let me start by saying that this is truly a unique mobile phone. It's 20% touch screen, and 80% slider. I'll explain: Before purchasing the Sony Ericsson Aino, I used the delightful Sony Ericsson W995. The latter is really an every-day run of the mill slider phone.