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.
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
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!
Summary: I had a Blackberry Storm I and I did not like the moving button screen feature, especially, the QWERTY keyboard. Also, lately whenever I synchronized the phone with my computer the phone keypad did not function. So did my research on the web and decided to purchase SonyEricsson Aspen even though I had trouble with synchronizing my P990i with my computer - the upgrade sync. software for Windows Vista never quite worked.
Summary: perfect cellphone, it works well, and I use att wireless. And it has chinese system that I want. I love the camera in this phone. It is convenient for me to make pic everywhere. Thanks for seller!
Summary: i did not get it yet it is in the mail but i have studied it and liked all the fetures it has,i have had in the past the same brand and was very satisfied,i trust i will be as well with this one.
Summary: I'm a total sony ericsson fan boy i'll admit. This phone is pretty much everything you could want, but if you want really good music get a pair of the headphones they ship with the walkman line phones as they are higher quality than the ones that come with this phone.