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Sony Ericsson Satio / Idou / Ui1
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Sony Ericsson Satio / Idou / Ui1

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Sony Ericsson Satio Review – the best camera phone in the world

mobilementalism.com
17 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Before beginning this Sony Ericsson Satio review, we need to clear something up – Satio is pronounced Sah-tee-oh, apparently! Right, with that out the way, let’s have a look at what the Sony Ericsson Satio has to offer. Imagine…
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Review: Sony Ericsson Satio

reviewexplorer.com
12 June 2010
  • Conclusion: Sony Ericsson’s new smart-phone is infuriatingly self-divisive. One half of me is saying “yeah!” due to the excellent camera and great sounding music player (once you’ve lost the rubbish headphones), but the resistive touch-screen really tarnished the whole experience for me.
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Review: Review: Sony Ericsson Satio - part 2: The Camera

All About Symbian
17 May 2010
  • Summary: Following on from the best-selling(!) part 1 of my Sony Ericsson Satio review , here's part 2, looking at its star feature, the 12 megapixel camera with Xenon flash.
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Review: Review: Sony Ericsson Satio - part 1: Form, Design, Build Quality

All About Symbian
17 May 2010
  • Summary: It's Sony Ericsson's first ever S60 smartphone, running the same S60 5th Edition as the Nokia 5800, but with several Sony Ericsson extras, plenty of horsepower under the bonnet and a distinctive camera-centric tablet form factor.
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Review: Sony Ericsson Satio

GadgetLite
26 February 2010
  • Conclusion: In this brief review, we have highlighted the main features which we liked and felt could be made better in the Satio. While Sony Ericsson had intended the Satio to be a powerful entertainment smartphone, our review has found that there were areas where the Satio failed to live up to this...
  • Pros: Well designed exterior keys, Good quality widescreen display, Packed with multimedia features, Impressive photos and high quality camera
  • Cons: Bulky design, Slow to start up and jerky user interface, Unresponsive resistive touchscreen, Lack of 3.5mm audio jack, Poor battery life, No HD video capture
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Review: Review: Sony Ericsson Satio - part 3: Applications and interface

All About Symbian
18 January 2010
  • Summary: Following on from the first two review parts: Sony Ericsson Satio - part 1: Form, Design, Build Quality and Sony Ericsson Satio - part 2: The Camera , here's my third look at the new Sony Ericsson flagship, rounding up its general applications and interface.
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Review: Review: Sony Ericsson Satio: part 4 - Media Suite and Wrap-up

All About Symbian
18 January 2010
  • Summary: Following on from the first three review parts: Sony Ericsson Satio - part 1: Form, Design, Build Quality and Sony Ericsson Satio - part 2: The Camera and Sony Ericsson Satio - part 3: Applications and interface , here's my last look at the new Sony Ericsson flagship, rounding up its media suite and...
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Expert Review

Mobile Tech Addicts
12 November 2009
  • Conclusion: So how does it compare to the Samsung Pixon12? Well that all comes down to personal preference. I thought the camera was nicer to use than on the Pixon and it felt more like a camera, where as the Samsung felt more like a phone. If I had to choose I would go for the Sony Ericsson Satio.
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Goondu review: Sony Ericsson Satio

techgoondu.com
28 October 2009
  • Excerpt: It was first called the Idou, when unveiled earlier this year at the 3GSM Mobile World Congress cellphone show. Then came the name change to Satio , and the world-beating specs: 12-meg Cybershot camera, 3.5-inch screen and a new Symbian S60 OS with touch UI.
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Sony Ericsson Satio Review – the best camera phone in the world

mobilementalism.com
10 September 2009
  • Excerpt: Before beginning this Sony Ericsson Satio review, we need to clear something up – Satio is pronounced Sah-tee-oh, apparently! Right, with that out the way, let’s have a look at what the Sony Ericsson Satio has to offer.
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