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This product has a FreakScore of 8.0 out of 10 based on 548 scores.
This is probably the BEST non-smartphone ever to have been manufactured. I have actually returned to use it instead of my Galaxy S2. The J108i has everything you can ask for in a phone (USB, RSS, google maps for navigaion, 3G, 3,5mm out, track ID, voice recorder, timer and other very useful gadgets that aren't always standard) but what makes this phone stand out from the rest is that it is extremely user friendly. The shortcuts and functions are always in the right spot and the right time making usage very easy and reliable. It seems as if the phone and the OS has gone through rigorous beta- and/or customer testing before being put on the market, something other brands DON'T seem to do at all (I am looking at YOU Nokia!). … Battery life is longer than usual also. The numpad design is very comfortable and its smart design makes it hard to unintentionally push the wrong button (which is a very common problem with touchscreen and slim design numpads). Accidental rebooting has never occured for me though I have been using the phone for many years). The OS is stable and has never "frozen" or anything like that.
The only negative thing maybe is the web browser that has not been able to keep up with the development of mobile surfing but it is a small price to pay, especially if you have a pad or tablet with you anyway. Also, the processor might lag temporarily sometimes if may things happen at once (incoming message while listening to music and browsing the web) but I guess that is acceptable for a phone this size. The camera is weak and there is no flash but whatever, it's no big deal really, it's a PHONE goddammit.
If you are getting SICK of the smartphone hype, for one reason or another, but you don't really feel like going Doro straight away, the J108i is the perfect middle road.
My advice is to buy a couple of them if you can find because they are out of production and retail- you won't regret it. This is THE best non-smartphone ever made.
The Sony Ericsson Cedar is a mobile phone that provides users access to social networking sites such as Facebook™, Twitter™ and more and lets them flip through photos on the applications in the Widget Manager. The phone also supports an SD card slot which can be used to store calendar and contacts, and synchronized online via Sony Ericsson Sync. The Cedar™ can also be used as a modem with a laptop to check email and send text messages to stay in touch with friends and family. It …See more
The Sony Ericsson Cedar is a mobile phone that provides users access to social networking sites such as Facebook™, Twitter™ and more and lets them flip through photos on the applications in the Widget Manager. The phone also supports an SD card slot which can be used to store calendar and contacts, and synchronized online via Sony Ericsson Sync. The Cedar™ can also be used as a modem with a laptop to check email and send text messages to stay in touch with friends and family. It supports a QVGA 240x320 pixel resolution display with 262,144 color TFT support and up to 280 MB memory that is expandable via MicroSD™ support (up to 16 GB supported). It utilizes the GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 MHz and UMTS/HSDPA 2100 MHz network bandwidth and comes in either Black/Silver or Black/Red color options. The Sony Ericsson Cedar measures 4.4 x 1.9 x 0.6 inches and weighs 3.0 oz.
The Sony Ericsson Cedar also supports a 2 megapixel camera with up to 4 x zoom and video recording capabilities. Users can also post their video recordings online to the web on sites such as YouTube™. The phone also supports an FM radio, 3D games, Java, video streaming and video viewing; Twitter™ application, video calling on main camera, Facebook™ application, a speakerphone and Vibrating Alert. It also has a media player with PlayNow™ and TrackID™ music recognition. Other features on the Sony Ericsson Cedar include a 3.5 mm audio jack, Bluetooth™ technology, Google Maps™, synchronization, USB mass storage and USB support; picture wallpaper and animation support, NetFront™ web browser, bookmarks, supported for conversations, email, Exchange ActiveSync®, instant messaging, picture messaging (MMS), predictive text input, sound recorder and text messaging (SMS). The phone also supports personal information management functions such as alarm clock, calculator, calendar, flight mode, notes, phone book, stopwatch, tasks and timer. It is powered by a battery that provides users with up to 4 hours 40 min (GSM)/ 3 hours 30 min (UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100)/ 3 hours 30 min (UMTS/HSDPA 2100) of talk time and up to 415 hours (GSM)/485 hours (UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100)/485 hours (UMTS/HSDPA 2100) of standby time.See less
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Peruser manual and on screen menu choice - anykey answer for a call should work. have tried to reload phone software - no joy - Is there a trick to this method of call answer?
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What languages it supports?For example if I get a text message in Russian,or Thai language,will I be able to see it or not?
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