Excerpt: elm has more functions that other phones in the same price category doesn't have.gps capability and WiFi makes it very interesting. it has a great design which is easy to hold .i don't know why but I've dropped it four or five times now,and has left with ugly marks so make sure to buy a pouch. and my brother left it out in the rain .just keep it out for 3 days in the sun and it will be fine.
Pros: good Battery life, reasonable price, wide set of functions, futuristic Design
Cons: inbuilt web browser sometimes cannot load websites, some phones dosen't include social media widgets, camera is not good for night pics, just 1 camera for 3G, original headset isn't good at all
Excerpt: The sony ericsson elm is a great phone and not so expensive. It has great specs (wifi- 5mp camera with autofocus and macro- google earth) the only bad thing is that all applications do not work on wifi. In addition, it has a handy stylish design and the keys are great for typing.
Excerpt: This is the most wonderful phone i ever had. Nice features and all those are working quite well. 99% satisfied with the phone. Camera is superb. Its worth for the price. Key board too is comfortable. Nice look....... previously i used Nokia x2. disappointed and sold in within a month. Fast internet access... actually its really difficult to find any wrong in that phone.
Pros: 5mp camera with LED flasher, easy to type keypad, very nice shape
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.
Pros: All in future...phone.
Cons: no good quality in head phone i have buy new from sony for better experiance. or may i m fraud by the local vendor may he had change the ear phone.so...i m going to buy new from sony authorized center.
A good sturdy Phone, Had it 3 years and counting!!!
13 February 2014
Summary: I got this phone nearly 3 years ago to the day and it's still going strong. Considering I drop it nearly every day it still works perfectly and the battery life is brilliant, up to 3 days. Just a warning - if you drop it then it will break apart which can be annoying when the battery falls out and you were half way through texting or something. It provides you with easy access to youtube and accuweather along with a few other good apps and it's easy to get more.
Summary: Had this phone for a few years now, it's been through a few scrapes and still going strong. Battery life is still good and it takes cracking photos. Cant beat a phone with buttons, good solid buttons and a reliable joypad. Overall I cant fault it.
Summary: I needed a new phone, but do not like the current range of androids phones. My previous mobile had also been a Sony Ericsson, but it got stolen. It had to have Bluetooth and wifi, good bluetooth was essential to link to my car as a hands free system and wifi to use the internet as and when required. This phone meets all these requirements, was very easy to setup and does exactly what it says on the box. Excellent phone and excellent value.
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. The phone itself ...
Pros: Simple, Solid, Well Designed, and not very expensive
Cons: Application shortcuts can't be changed, GPS isn't the most sophisticated
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. As for QWERTY keyboards, I have long nails so ...