Excerpt: The t715a is everything i want in a phone. Small, lots of cool but not over the top features, sufficent internet access and a solid camera. But it's an absolute nightmare. Whenever the phone is dropped, the back cover comes off and the loose batter goes flying. Secondly, the phone is poorly constructed, so it breaks 'wears and tears' extremely easily. It doesn't turn on very easily, often taking age to recognise that you've been pressing the on button furisously.
Pros: Seems nice and cute
Cons: There is always a significant manufacturing problem with it.
Summary: Phone did everything it was supposed to till the warranty ran out and my only complaint was that it is not easy to read the alphabet on the keys (no I dont know their position by heart). Since expiry I have spent a small fortune trying to get cables that would charge it even a the cigarette lghter version or pass data without luck. With patience I can get the phone charged by jiggling the connector about but it can take ages. Its a fault registered by others,dont buy.
Summary: Sony Ericsson T715 Mobile Phone on 3 Although this mobole handset looks pretty atractive, it has some flaws in other aspects. Some problems I am experiencing include fast discharge of the battery and bad signal strength. It is also so fragile that it could not withstand a 2-feet fall and the black plastic bit on the top edge cracked. Carrying around a new but cracked phone is grossly dissapointing.