Excerpt: For me the smartest and cute phone in the segment of smart phone. Very nice design. Soft keypad. easy to type message with quick text technic of the sony software.sound quility in earphone has disappointed me as earlier i had used many phones from sony and compare to those the sound output is not that much good.you can experiance the same if you change the head phones. Photo clarity is superb.NO PHISLAN grip. very handy and slim with the light weight curve design.
Excerpt: At a glance this phone seems very nice with the curved design, inbuilt wi-fi and GPS.. At a closer look the power plug is placed on the side of the phone which looks stupid. The GPS software is a 30-day trial and you have to pay for it afterwards. That being said, the keyboard is great for texting and the interface is fast and good.
Pros: Nice keyboard, Design
Cons: Not very sturdy, Power plug on the side, looks ugly, GPS-navigation software is trial
Summary: As described, nice solid and robust phone, keys are nicely implemented and easy for inputs. The camera of the phone isn't so good though i'm afraid to say, colors seemed washed out and soft picture quality. Other than that, its a good backup phone, just don't drop it in water!
Excerpt: I originally bought this phone as I was looking for a phone which had WIFI but still used the old Sony Ericsson software, I had limited choice when it came to finding this specification but the ELM ticked all the boxes and at a budget price! The phone is modeled as a "ECO FRIENDLY" phone, which seemed rather off putting at first, but I quickly realized that this wasn't going to cause any issues in usage.
Pros: Amazing Features, Very quick and easy to use
The Sony Ericsson Elm. Keeping it simple, and working.
8 July 2011
Excerpt: I purchased this phone after I dropped my Samsung Tocco Lite and the screen no longer displayed any images. Unfortunately I'm still as clumsy with this phone, but fortunately, even after dropping it for the fourth time from waist height onto solid floors, it still works fine. The second time it was dropped the screen crack, thought this hasn't made any difference to the actual displayed images nor has it allowed moisture to ingress.
Pros: Simple, Solid, Well Designed, and not very expensive
Cons: Application shortcuts can't be changed, GPS isn't the most sophisticated
Sony Ericsson Elm: great phone, dreadful reception
20 May 2011
Excerpt: I brought this phone recently and all of the stuff on it is great. The phone is simple to use and navigate around, as well as being shaped in a way that makes it easy to hold. It comes with a 5MP camara and GPS (so you can use Google Maps, etc.). It also comes with a great set of 'widgets' that include both a Facebook and Twitter application that both work well.
Pros: Easy to use, nice design, Facebook/Twitter applications
Excerpt: I have a silver Sony Ericsson Elm (or J10i2), which I bought due to wanting a good phone with 3G as my last phone was only 2G. I looked through a number of phones, but kept finding touchscreens and QWERTY keyboards, neither of which I wanted. As I always having cold hands touchscreens generally don’t work for me and even if I could use the menu and so on easily enough I wouldn’t want to text that way.
Excerpt: This littlw phone is perfect in every way, its simple and packed with loads of gadgets, to start it has a 5.0MP camera, flash, bluetooth, gps, wifi, fm radio, pedometer and a music and video player. The internet is very good, it has 3g and you can watch youtube on the very good quality 2.2" screen.
Pros: Long battery, ergonomic, packed with features
Excerpt: This phone is one of Sony Ericssons Green Heart phones. That means that the phones made out of recycled plastic this also means the phone contains features that remind you to help the enviroment. Everytime you unplug the sony ericsson elm it reminsd you to unplug your charger. I personally think that this is an excellent idea.