Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman
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Sony Live with Walkman Review: In Depth
28 March 2014
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is a surprisingly good device. If you can look past the Walkman branding of old and accept this for the long lost budget Xperia device that it is, you’ll find a good all round package. Pricing, of course, is key.
Pros: 1Ghz processor keeps everything smooth, UI modifications are pleasant and unobtrusive, Affordable
Excerpt: If you are one of the Sony Ericsson faithful out there you probably know that the other day the company unveiled a new Android smartphone, the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman , which is the first global Walkman handset for Android.
Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman: Does It Uphold Reputation?
30 September 2012
Summary: Overall opinion: The limited music file capability prevents top marks for the SE Live with Walkman, but the battery life moderates ranking away from a mid-zone level. On this one, we’d have to give it a 7 out of 10: It could be better with top-flight music file capability, but user enjoyment times...
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman costs roughly $240 contract-free, which is a steal considering that you get a decent mid-range Android smartphone, at least on paper. The device looks cool, and its 1GHz processor is snappy enough for the needs of the average user.
Pros: Its interface is optimized for its small display, Cheap Android smartphone with decent user experience, Responsive camera
Cons: Suffers from random reboots, Uncomfortable shutter key, Mediocre display
Summary: If you are one of the Sony Ericsson faithful out there you probably know that the other day the company unveiled a new Android smartphone, the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman , which is the first global Walkman handset for Android.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman is priced at Rs.14,400. It directly competes with a few older models in that price range – the Galaxy Ace, the HTC ChaCha (which is a couple of grands cheaper) and the Nokia 603 (with Symbian Belle).
Summary: PACKAGE: Apparently there’s a premium headset being offered as a gift with the handset, but unfortunately we weren’t provided with one. The handset has a curvy design and it feels good in the hand. The materials used don’t feel cheap at all even though it is mostly plastic.
Excerpt: We’ve had a number of headphones sent our way to review recently. These are the Sony Ericsson LiveSound hi-fi headphones and they sell for around £49.99. They don’t work with all phones or MP3 players, these are designed to work with Sony Ericsson Xperia handsets like the Xperia neo, Xperia PLAY and...