Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Satio / Idou / Ui1
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cell phone was ok because it has wearing signs
27 August 2010
Summary: i decided to buy this phone because of it's features plus it looks good. but when i received it and opened the box the phone looked little old because it had wearing signs. it wasnt good as new. now the camera turns on by itself and phone becomes unlocked by itself. it seems like the phone has malfunction problem.
Excerpt: "I got the Sony Ericsson Satio in early winter 2009; it has a 12 megapixel camera, which is probably the only useful feature of this phone. Even that feature is limited to the photo camera, and doesn't extend to the video camera. The Sony Ericsson Satio is a Symbian phone; this means it has a very limited application support. Therefore, it's extremely difficult to find a decent set of applications for this phone. The operating system version is S60v5, ...
Pros: Very good photo camera .
Cons: Limited apps, no updates, low quality video capture, phone often needs restarting to make calls .
Summary: I purchased this phone when it first came to market and like many others who also got one I was sold very much on the ultra powerful camera that was built in to this handset. 12.1 mega pixels to be precise! This phone worked great for me during it's first year and although the touch screen is not as responsive as some alternatives such as the IPhone it was more than adequate.
Summary: I waited for this phone to come out before renewing my contract as the reviews looked good. The most amazing feature of this phone is the 12.1 MP camera. I took it to Spain with me instead of my digital camera. The photos are fantastic. The camera has all the features you would expect from a decent digital camera.
Pros: Excellent Camera
Cons: Poor battery life, prone to crashes and freezes
Excerpt: "...back to you! I purchased the Sony Ericsson Satio just before the Blackberry craze began, September 2009 on a 18 month contract, and wanted rid of it by November 2009. Sony Ericsson was the 'big thing' for teenagers before Blackberries and that is what attracted me to get this phone. At the time, the phone was roughly £400 on pay as you go, which is far too over priced in my opinion, don't be fooled by the attractiveness of the phone considering ...
Pros: Fantastic 12 . 1 megapixel camera, large screen, good internet access .
Cons: Crashes and turns itself off often, moderately hard to use, have to buy your own memory card etc . .