Summary: "I have had the aspen for about a month now i can say that most of the time i'm satisfied with it, bet it has it's special moments where you have to restart your phone so it its a windows phone indeed. The camera is awesome, love it. Video is laggy when not in proper lightning (very bright!
Summary: Phone is excellent, my type, but battery is bad bad bad...can't make even 24h, even without vibration, without playing music, games, video or similar...just for talk and messaging and sometimes WI-FI... I ordered another battery, so we'll see how it's going to be..
Summary: The Aspen itself is a pretty neat phone. It has the Windows mobile feel, battery is decent, and there aren't many reasons for it to shut down randomly. I used it in the U.S. so there was no data option but it does work with AT&T as a call/text type cell.
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.
Pros: Nice little keyboard
Cons: Really poor camera, a little hampered by Windows Mobile
Excerpt: I bought the Sony Ericsson Aspen last year, when Windows Mobile 6.5 lived its last moments. The ecological model is named after a city famous for winter sports, Aspen. It is from the eco series from Sony Ericsson called Greenheart. That is why it has a recyclable plastic case economic …
Summary: Very classy and modern. I realyl like the 'go green' theme, it helps our environment and we should have more energy saving phones around. Also, extremely user friendly being a smartphone, I am a huge fan of Sony Ericsson phones, but especially this one!