Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Cedar J108i
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9 June 2011
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson Cedar may look slightly out of place compared to all the recent Android smartphones, but there are still lots of users looking for a simple and affordable feature phone to stay in touch with friends and family. If that's you, then you can do a lot worse than the Sony Ericsson Cedar.
Pros: Considering the price tag, the Sony Ericsson Cedar looks nicer than average, with simple but attractive styling. There's nothing revolutionary about it – you'll find a pretty standard 2.2-inch TFT screen, and a regular alpha-numeric keypad below that – but it's neatly styled, light and compact. Storage comes in the form of a microSD card reader, letting you add memory cards of up to 16GB. There's also a volume rocker on the side of the Sony Ericsson Cedar, so you'll b...
Cons: The Sony Ericsson Cedar is obviously a bargain basement handset when it comes to features. There is a camera, but at 2-megapixels it's nothing to write home about, and other features are similarly limited. That said, you do get 3G connectivity, with an FM radio also built in.
Conclusion: Il Sony Ericsson Cedar è un cellulare di fascia media che offre varie funzioni ma nulla di particolarmente eclatante. Da sottolineare solo la tecnologia HSDPA, l’autonomia, il jack audio standard e, soprattutto, la sua anima ecologica. Per il resto, la fotocamera è migliorabile, il display non molto grande e le altre funzioni sono nella media.
Pros: Ecologico; Quadband; Bluetooth; Jack audio da 3,5 mm; Memoria interna; UMTS con tecnologia HSDPA; Accesso facilitato ai social network