Summary: I used it for two years, and recently broke it very stupid way - small piece a plastic got inside the slider, and cut main wire harness when I close the phone. Great phone, I used it in my trip to NY for three days with almost no charging, and many times used GPS for long.
Summary: This is a tremendous phone. The best things about it are the camera, the applications, and the ability to use wifi. The GPS feature is amazing as well if you are willing to pay a bit more. I can't wait to use this phone when i travel in the future to save money on overseas expenses.
Excerpt: it is a very good phone.First of all the camera and the call quality are perfect.All the other is simple good.cevknvnjknjknmnklm,.xzcvncf,nm d,snmvc k.ejsn,cm .kvnej,sdmzcv jkfd,nvrtkjsdfm, nvjkserzdf,cn ckerj,nfvckjer,mnfkc,ernreccncinhieuwnhciwunhciwniwe
Summary: The main attraction for me was the WiFi feature as I don't have data or 3G service - because I really want the phone for a phone... With the WiFi I can tag along some open network (or closed network when I know the password) and use probably the best feature of this phone: the free Google Maps!
Excerpt: i''m big fan of sony ericsson phones. this is one of the excellent phone that i ever used. i can be a professional photographer with this 5 mp camera. its also a green friendly phone with average price. but not feel good with web browser. i feel lucky. thanks to Sony Ericsson.
Excerpt: This phone has only 1 problem and I am only mentioning that. Apart from this problem, there's nothing wrong with the phone. FLASH LIGHT QUALITY IS NOT GOOD. THE CENTER AREA OF YOUR PHOTO WILL GET NATURAL WHITE FLASH LIGHT BUT THE REST WILL BE HIGHLIGHTED WITH YELLOW FLASH.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson j20i 'Hazel' is a fine talk phone. I use my cell phone almost exclusively to talk. I have a computer to do the other applications. The phone is well built and has good feel in hand. High quality plastics are used. The sliding mechanism works well. Display is bright.
A good functional phone for those who dont want a touchscreen phone
1 December 2010
Summary: I seem to be in a minority. Most phones these days seem to be touchscreens , or they have qwerty keypads. I don't like either. I prefer the normal numbered phone keypad. It's simpler to use, there's normal tactile sensation/feddback and you get T9 predictive text.