Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Naite J105
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Sony Ericsson J105 Naite Mobile Phone
3 February 2014
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson’s Naite is the cheapest (so far) of their new environment-friendly range of handsets called GreenHeart. The J105 is all about the environment from the packaging to the materials used in the construction. Here’s a closer look at one of the county's limited eco friendly handsets.
Excerpt: Sometime over the past few months Fido has become the “green” carrier of Canada. They have the most amount of devices that are eco-friendly: Motorola Renew, Motorola Renew+ and now the Sony Ericsson Naite. When you look at the Naite it looks like any other Sony Ericsson device in design.
Summary: Hats off to Sony Ericsson for trying to go green with the Sony Ericsson Naite. Why launch a phone to celebrate that though, then strip out the decent specs? Keep up the eco work guys, but get back to making Cyber-shots, please.
Conclusion: The Naite is comes from Sony Ericsson with good intentions. It would however appear that we are not yet at the stage when a mobile can be green in character without having to sacrifice performance or functionality. The Naite offers mediocre features in the form of its camera and music playback capabilities however they just feel lacking when compared to specialist devices.