Sony Ericson is good and the best. Never get intimated by its peers
6 July 2013
Summary: I bought this phone because this phone is performing like smartphone regardless of its size. Also, I bought this phone because of its features. It could make it better for upgrading. But just the way it is, this phone has never given me broken sound like high tech phone in it. This phone has a good better comparing with other phone. Nonetheless, Sony Ericson has always been my favorite phone I have ever used.
Summary: Just a great no nonsence phone. I personaaly like the flip phones more then any other. I don't use a lot of the advenced features so can't help you there. Reception is terrific as well as clairity of voice. I am going to buy another just in case I loose this one. (Lost one recently)The speaker phome is very clear and usefull.
Summary: I wanted a basic phone for calling and texting and that is what I got. I am very pleased with this non-smart phone. I am not a power texter; I do not require a qwerty keyboard. I text quickly and easily with the keypad using T9. Love the menu set-up. I like the organizer/calendar feature. I have reminders set throughout the day, recurring alarms, and notes available when I need them. Calculator and camera are adequate and easy to get to.
Excerpt: I got married last year to some one who was on a different cell phone plan. We waited for both of our contracts to run out, and then got a new plan, and NEW PHONES for us both. Since we were looking to save money, we went with the cheapest, most bare bones phones we could find. I expected the phone to be funcational, but did not expect to like it as much as I do! The phone is nice and slim; it fits easily into my pocket and has survived me dropping it more than once.
Excerpt: For a solid flip phone that you use solely for making phone calls, look no further. This little guy has solid construction and has excellent call quality. The nice part is that they are also free if you get a new contract. No real frills in terms of tech but it’s an attractive phone that is fairly stylish so the kids probably won’t be embarrassed to carry it around. Now the bad… Games don’t work quite so well on this thing and the camera is nothing to write home about.
Excerpt: Many may argue that this phone is reminiscent of the Motorola Rzr that was hot back in 2006 because of the flat keypad on the interior. And the fact that it is a very slim flip phone. It isn't for people who love newfound gadgetry such as touchscreens and smartphones that do practically what a computer can do. Because I would say that this doesn't come up to par if you have those expectations.