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! It works like a GPS too. But since it is google maps, you can pan out, zoom in, move around, etc., using the phone as the most up-to-date map.
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. I personally feel that many of the phones are out there are not so much because consumers want them and the manufacturers are meeting demand, but the reverse- manufacturers are spitting out more and more...
Summary: I bought this phone a few months back n im really really disappointed.. I was a big Sony Ericsson fan n used to convince my friends to buy Sony Ericsson phones before buying this phone.. The reason being, I owned a SE W580i earlier which was fast and the 2mp camera without a flash, produced great images, the music was good too.. But now I have started hating Sony Ericsson.. Hazel-J20i is not at all a good phone.. its a waste of money..