Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson F100i / BeJoo / Jalou
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16 January 2011
Summary: Samsung and LG have been pushing their "chic" touchscreen Armani and Prada phones for years, but compared to the Sony Ericsson Jalou, they're size 18s. The Sony Ericsson Jalou is the new model on the catwalk: dim, but petite, striking and desirable. Guys avoid, but ladies, this is the best fashion statement phone yet.
Conclusion: Sony Ericsson Jalou is the rare mobile phone that gels state of the art technology and beauty like never before. The device has integrated such high end features that will provide immense entertainment and also provide superior applications. The screen size of the device is two inches and it is designed in such a way that it turns into a mirror just by a press of a button. This will help the user to look as good as Jalou.
Pros: Exclusive design and superior looks 3G, Combination of style and substance
Cons: 3 mega pixels camera without auto focus feature
Summary: It could have been all style and no substance, but the Sony Ericsson Jalou turns out to be a remarkably versatile and convenient piece of technology, packing loads of features into a tiny package
Pros: Convenient size, Unique design, Crams in a decent camera and music player, among other features
Cons: Screen is too shiny, Small number keys, SD card slot is inconveniently located under the battery
Excerpt: Estética impecável. Ecrã externo fornece a informação essencial sem necessidade de abrir. Tamanho extremamente compacto sem deixar de incluir funções interessantes como o acelerómetro para auto-rotação, o contador de passos e o rádio FM.
Excerpt: O, jaki cudny! Piękne maleństwo! – krzyczałam, gdy po raz pierwszy dostałam do ręki Jalou. Oczywiście wtórowały mi wszystkie redakcyjne koleżanki. Nieczęsto zdarza się bowiem widzieć prawdziwie kobiecy telefon. A z myślą o paniach właśnie Sony Ericsson stworzył swój klejnocik.