Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Spiro W100i
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Mobile Tech Addicts
29 November 2010
Conclusion: The conclusion I would draw from the Spiro is similar to that of the Zylo. For me personally if I were to choose between the two I would go for the Spiro the reason being it doesn’t pretend to be anything it’s not.
Excerpt: At Rs. 5,600 the Spiro is a good handset, but it has a couple of issues that include a poor quality headset and a quirky number keypad. As such, there are better features available on cheaper handsets from smaller manufacturers, but the SE Spiro is a nice, cute and well built handset for those...
Conclusion: At the end of the day, the Sony Ericsson Spiro proved to be an average music slider. The handset did not stand out in any of the categories we tested it, but it also did not fail, except for the camera department, where we found it to be very unpleasing.
Pros: Snappy interface, 3.5mm jack is present
Cons: Cheap-feeling materials, Weak camera performance
Summary: Sony Ericsson recently revived its most popular Walkman series devices with the launch of two new 'next generation' Walkman phones Spiro and Sony Ericsson Zylo in India. The company claims that the Sony Ericsson range of Walkman phones has seen tremendous success since it was first launched in 2005...
Conclusion: The little lozenge that is the Spiro is a design success. It sits comfortably in your hand like a soothing worry stone and is simple and enjoyable to use. The music player is the most sophisticated part of its make-up and it works well.