Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Aspen / Faith (M1i )
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28 March 2014
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!) I honestly do not like the installed by default web browser (IE), but the opera mobile, while sleeker and easier to use can mess your browsing up too.
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.
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. The wifi abilities allows you to use the internet so that helps but some wifi routers are too complex for you to sign in with. I used it at my college and for some reason I couldn't always get it to connect.
Summary: I decided to buy this cellphone because I had a really good experience with this brand before, after that I like, trust and rely on their cellphones. What I liked, was that it was a good option for a good price and what I did not like was that the cellphone looks more fragile physicaly than in pictures. I am going to have to handle it carefully, other than that is a good cellphone.