Excerpt: After switching from the K800 to this one, I would have to say I was quite pleased with a bunch of things, but there are some things I did not like. Overall, for the price, that is, it's a good phone.
Summary: The phone looks nice and its good if like the non keyboard style phone for texting. As far as i can tell the phone will last long and not break like most of the phones they release today. The screen got some scratches on it already and the keys are kind of small and thin.
Excerpt: I have this phone for 5 months now and I have a good opinion about it. The battery lasts long if you use the MP3 Player and Camera, the quality of the pictures is ok and the other features are acceptable at this price. The only thing that I don't like is the fact that the paint from the phone peels itself very quick. After just 5 months of use the phone doesn't look so shinny as when I bought it.
Sony Ericsson C702 Has Finally Arrived to Set the Bar!
17 March 2010
Summary: After looking at several Sony Ericsson models, I decided to get the C702 because of its attractive design and size (4.2" x 1.9" x 0.6"). I love everything about my C702: the fact that I can use Google's exclusive location software, Google's Navigation software, text messages, any email server (e.g., Yahoo!
Summary: What's there NOT to like about Sony Ericsson's latest small wonder: the C702. It comes in two very attractive colors: Speed Black and Cool Cyan. It features a Cyber-Shot 3.2-megapixel camera that automatically adjusts the angle of the picture, a video camera, a digital radio, Google's location software, splash resistance, Bluetooth connectivity, MMS, email, speakerphone, video call capability, and a powerful light that can be used as a flash or a video light for the...
Summary: I love everything about the Sony Ericsson C702. I had been waiting for the perfect Sony Ericsson cell phone until I found the C702. Great albeit limited looks (i.e., it only comes in two colors) and enhanced mobile software that includes Internet browsing, MMS, and email make the C702 a great cell phone at a usually well-set price. The C702i is the exception (go to amazon.com to see the price).
Excerpt: Battery also dies quickly, well atleast for me. The lcd screen could crack also when exposed to loud loud loud music, it happen twice to me already. It is sturdy though, lots of time that I have already dropped it but still intact and working for now. It is pretty much scratch proof too. It becomes hot when your on call or when playing videos. It pretty much is an average phone for the cost. 300$ when I bought it I supposed it’s cheaper now.
Excerpt: Don’t get me wrong I think that the C702 is as good as anything out there from the other makers. But its big brother is even better. It just seems incredible that someone would elect for the weaker camera over the more powerful. I do love this phone, but was there ever any demand for it on the market place when the C902 exists. Both phones are too expensive for Prepay, and both would be free on contract, so money is no option A great phone, but a little bit pointless.
Excerpt: So, whenever you’ll go out skiing, surfing, hiking or any other outdoor sports or activities, don’t forget to bring your Sony Ericsson C702 cybershot camera phone. It is a great companion and would still keep us in action, worry-free if it will get dusted, or wet because it is protected against it, it will still function well.