Excerpt: I just bought the SE G900, the first thing i noticed is the very poor battery performance, it doesnt even last a day under light-medium usage, if i used it to listen to songs, it drains the battery even quicker, and im not pleased, after a second thought, maybe i should have gone for a another phone...
Pros: - Good notepad that you can scribble on, - WiFi is of acceptable speed, - TrackID, - Lunar Calendar [as i needed it]
Cons: - Contacts is bullshit, worst i ever seen, - Camera is mediocre, - Laggy when trying to access an application, - Startup is worse then my previous Nokia N80, - No EDGE? [what are you thinking SE?], - The stylus is not needed most of the time except when i scribble on the notepad, - Musics need to...
Excerpt: i have been using this mobile for the past 9 months since its launch. i selected this model after a lot of research and am pretty happy with this mobile. after my suggestion even my friend got it. but both of us faced similar problems within the same span of time.
Pros: features, decent looks, light in weight
Cons: need service regularly, fully charged battery withstand only for a day (max limit!!!), slow processing speed, no ringing of alarm when the phone is switched off
Excerpt: Recently purchased the phone because I was attracted by it's compact size and feature list but found that many of the features are difficult to access compared with earlier models by Sony Ericsson.
Pros: Small physical size and weight, Great battery life, Touch screen, Clear calls, Wi Fi, Loud ring tones (useful as an alarm for heavy sleepers like me)
Cons: No profiles menu, Screen washes out in sunlight, Poorly arranged menus for some functions, Small screen size makes a lot of things hard to see, Fiddly battery cover and SIM card holder
Excerpt: I bought Sony Ericsson's G900 during a time when tablets were not yet part of the trend and touch screen feature was just gaining popularity. That was about 4 years ago. I was able to buy it from a local Ericsson store for almost 400 EUR. It was expensive, but it also seemed to be a great phone.
Pros: sleek design, plenty of features
Cons: not very durable, weak in terms of ease of use, delivers poorly unless invested with more money
Excerpt: this latest sony ericson phone is full of the latest technology boasting a stunning 5mp camera and all of the latest features, it may not be touch screen but it is still a very good and up to date model wich is great for those people who are still unfamiliar with the latest use of these mind...
Excerpt: I feel that this is a very good phone. I have had it for a year now and still aren't bored of it. I bought it because i wanted everything - walkman, cybershot and smartphone - and this phone seemed to merge them all in. Ive never had any problems with the phone.
Pros: Good Camera, Nice touchscreen, compact, battery time is good, lots of features, smartphone
Cons: Small screen for watching videos, no GPS, Sometimes can be sluggish
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson G900 is the last in the UIQ interface phone offered by SE. If your familiar with any other of the SE smart phone range, then the interface will look very similar, with a few useful tweaks.
Pros: Looks great, touch screen, good battery life and quad band
Cons: Camera function and photo viewing is really slow, can't use standard jack headphones
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson G900 is a really really good phone. the main stuff about it are: 5 Megapixel Camera, with auto focus, it has bluetooth and also has 3g, it has Opera™ Web Browser with WAP 2.0, and it has 160 mb memory witch is exstendable with a M2 card, a Media player which is really good.