Excerpt: Back when Sony Ericsson first announced the Aspen smartphone, a Windows Mobile 6.5.3, in early February 2010, we wondered whether the QWERTY-equipped handset would have enough room to make its mark before Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 by the end of the year. Now, five months later and even closer to the new platform’s debut, the window of opportunity for the Aspen is even smaller.
Excerpt: I bought the Sony Ericsson Aspen for my husband for his birthday and after learning everything about it, he loves it! I love how small it is. One thing he didn't like was that the battery was tough to get out. Hopefully they'll fix that in future models. I love how the screen is a touchscreen and you get the pull-out stylus, which is really neat. I feel very comfortable typing text messages on this tiny phone. They make it easy.
Conclusion: My experience with Windows Mobile is limited to a few PDAs back in the early part of this century... I'm still getting used to the user interface.However, I can't tell whether the camera issue I'm having is a firmware thing or just a fault on this particular model. At this rate, it'll be going back to the supplier...
Pros: Nice little keyboard
Cons: Really poor camera, a little hampered by Windows Mobile
Summary: First i mus start by saying that i have no complain what soever withs phone the camera is in a class by itself and theoverall performance of the phone is good sony always deliver i recommend this product whole heartedly