Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson C510 Cyber-shot doesn't have too many exciting bells, and the whistles aren't very jaunty. For a mid-tier phone, you'll find a few features, mainly based around the tempting mobile internet functionality that 3 provides. It's available on 3 from £15 a month on contract.
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson C510 brings along all good distinguishing marks characteristic of all devices by the same manufacturer, such as robust battery that lasts (10 hrs talk time and 400 hrs in standby). Unfortunately, snapshot quality is the same as the old (but gold) Sony Ericsson K800.
Pros: Comfy and easy to use, Excellent browser, Smiling face detection technology, Passable quality of outdoor pictures
Cons: Forget about snapshots indoors, Doesn´t bring out anything new alongside of previous 3-megapixel phones, Unfit for video playback
Conclusion: Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson is a combination of both massive potential and mild disappointment. The lack of real power in the camera department is – if I’m honest – a let down considering this is advertised as a Cybershot device.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson C510 offers clear calls, solid reception quality and loud and somewhat shrill ring tones, although they don’t start creaking at the highest volume settings. While it’s not the loudest phone we’ve tested to date, I can’t say I missed any calls with it or ended up out of the coverage...
The Sony Ericsson C510: Part of the ever growing Cyber-Shot family
9 June 2011
Excerpt: The latest in a very long line see’s the Sony Ericsson C510 join the illustrious Cyber-Shot family. The Cyber-shot brand has become a Sony heritage, it guarantees picture quality! The camera system is tried and tested to fulfil the requirements for a true Cyber-shot device.
Sony Ericsson's latest Cyber-shot mobile phone is the most affordable one yet.
Good Gear Guide.au
3 February 2010
Summary: Sony Ericsson's C510 Cyber-shot mobile phone represents excellent value for money at this price. It won't wow you with its features, but this is a more than capable mobile phone with a stylish design.
Pros: Simple, stylish design, camera features, sliding lens cover, HSDPA-capable, user interface, great screen
Cons: Controls and keypad a little small, lack of Xenon flash, proprietary headphone jack
Excerpt: It’s very hard to tell what denotes a particular brand or segment of mobiles from a given company. Normally I would have perceived that the ‘C’ in some Sony Ericsson handsets, like this the C510, stood for Cyber-shot, but since it bears a certain resemblance to the K850i which is also a Cyber-shot...
Summary: This mid-range performer mixes it up with impressive results
Pros: 3.2-megapixel camera with LED flash Cyber-shot user interface with Face Detection, Smile Shutter features, Sliding lens cover, HSDPA high-speed 3G connectivity, Music player, FM radio, Slimline desgn, Responsive numberpad, Motion sensor automatic screen orientation for some functions, Google Maps...
Cons: No Wi-Fi, Limited low-light shooting perfomance, No smartphone functionality, No touchscreen control, Video capture quality limited, Motion sensor doesn't work with all functions, In-box earphones are average, No 3.5mm headphone socket, Multi-connector positioning on side