Excerpt: Had this phone now for 2 years, this is my review. Good multimedia phone.Not for every day usage but nice. Eye cachy and stylish. Somehow slow software eaven with proper update. Ouuu figerprint magnet, but I love him, and i dont think of seeling him.
Summary: Coming from a Blackberry, I can't help feeling slighted on this phone. And it's not that it's a bad phone at all - it's just not a smartphone, so honestly that's my problem. Symbian and Nokia solutions might be the better route for my needs. And who needs 3G with such an awful browser?
Pros: Never mind the 5 megapixels - how about an actual xenon flash? That, and a pretty powerful LED flash for video. From a suspend state, you're less than 2 seconds away from taking a pic, which isn't too bad. Great range/coverage, very good battery life, and the loudest ringer I've ever heard. And I...
Cons: The push-button automated lens protective cover might be more relevant if even that wasn't housed behind fingerprint ladened glass; the three soft-key touchscreen keys are annoyingly vague compared to all the other key's purposeful clicks; an accelerometer that involves wacking the phone like a b...
Excerpt: The K850i is a nice phone. The camera is defintely what you would expect. The slideshow options and other features for the camera are above and beyond considering this is also a phone. The picture quality is great. The battery life on the other hand could be better(at least in my opinion).
Excerpt: The camera is superb. good contrast. cheaper than N95, but the problem is the keypad because it is difficult to use with these small keys. I am using this phone but I think I could have been used a SE C902.
Excerpt: hi my friend has got this phone and sometimes i also use it , its great when we need photos and my friend wants to sell it cus he is facing a strang e problem, whenever he takes a picture his eyes are red spoted.
Excerpt: i am getting the se k850i soon. frankly speaking i was and is a great fan of se since my first t630. however, comparing the k850i with samsung g600, my individual feel is that there nothing much to rave about.
Excerpt: I have had this phone since December, 2007 and rarely use it. Although the sound quality is fantastic and the display is beautiful, the overall design of the keypad make the K850 not worth the money for me.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for about 2 weeks now, while my N95-3 has been in for repair. As it turns out, is not covered by warranty, nor "repairable"; so I am left with the choice of keeping the k850i, or returning it for a new N95 (probably the new N95 8GB NAM, aka. N95-4).
Excerpt: For the amount of hype surrounding the phone, and the haggling i had to do with my service provider to get this phone as an upgrade, I was a bit disappointed. Im very brand loyal and owned a k750 which was fine.