Excerpt: Før Cybershot-serien fik sin helt egen 'C' denotation, linjen faldt ind under 'K' serie af Sony Ericsson. Blandt disse ældre Cybershot mobiltelefoner, var K810i en af toppen af den linje, når de slippes, og så det bør ikke være nogen overraskelse, at selv i dag, er det stadig relevant, da en af de bedre mobil cameraphones på markedet.
Summary: Sony Ericsson K810i has been launched as an addition to the K800i rather
that being it's successor.The phone has good performances , the camera
takes good quality shots,the reception is fine as well as the display
which gives a clear and crisp image.All in all the K810i is a good phone
with an interesting design and it's likely that the sales will be as good
Sony Ericsson expects them to be.
Excerpt: There's no doubt that Sony Ericsson phones are the new in-thing. From being just another mobile manufacturer, it has risen to be a formidable competitor to Nokia and others. Perhaps the only problem with SE phones is that you can’t always trust them to be consistent . Take the K810i for instance. As an upgrade for the K800i, it's a sorry attempt. But as a standalone device it’s brilliant, at least in certain aspects.
Conclusion: К810 is a good phone, but it does not make a huge difference, so as to make you prefer it to К800. We can even say that it makes a very slight difference. If you’re looking for a good cameraphone and you care about the stylish design a lot, then maybe К810 will do the job. One of the best available cameraphones, it features also a very good flash, detailed images with realistic colors.
Pros: Stylish design, Thinner than the K800, Improved sound quality
Cons: Lack of EDGE, Camera quality is worse than the K800
Summary: Despite the polyphony having 72 chords in the K810i, the handset does not provide a breakthrough in sounding of mp3 tunes compared to other Sony Ericsson branded phones. Volume-wise, performing on average level on this front, the K810i is pretty much akin to Sony Ericsson K790/K800/W810. Be sure you will hear the handset outdoors. The silent alert provides average vibration strength.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson K810i is the successor to the mighty K800i - the first Cybershot-branded mobile phone / camera. With its predecessor as one of Know Your Mobile’s favourite phones, the K810i has some mighty big shoes to fill. The reason for our love of the K800i is largely down to a genuinely good camera with a 3.2 megapixel sensor, autofocus and a bright Xenon flash.
Excerpt: The new Sony Ericsson K810i is probably the perfect mobile phone for those who want it all but don't want to pay a fortune for it for it. This candybar-styled handset makes do without a flip mechanism or slider, but when you take a look at what it can do it puts most of its rivals to shame.
Conclusion: After having lived with Sony Ericsson K810i for almost one month, I have mixed feelings about the phone. Obviously, it is an improvement over my previous K750i. The screen is bigger and has better resolution. The camera is improved with 3.2 Megapixels, the keyboards is better, but I found the speakers low in volume. Of course, with a handsfree you will not have this problem, but then again, the K750i was better in this department.