C. Dowson "not a product of her environment", Amazon
3 February 2012
Summary: First phone I've ever had break, at it's hinge. After... maybe 2 years. It has a great camera, which takes much better pics (in all kinds of light) than any iphones I've used, but with the unreinforced plastic at a place that gets the most use? Like much of Sony's design, it looks good, but doesn't cut it. I can still take pics of course, and make calls, but the phone flips like a broken cat tail. So. Not terribly useful.
Summary: Initially, I was attracted to this phone by its look and the demo. However, this phone is slow to respond to prompts, links, and is pressure resistant per se. I stopped liking it from the first day I bought it in 2009. Today I replaced it with Samsung but their internal memories and capabilites are not comparable, and, unfortunately, Sony Ericsson TM506 is a better looking one!
Summary: This is an addendum to my seller's feedback. Though poorly packaged, the item is new [I think...], except for the battery and a tiny piece of rubber that's supposed to be covering a screw for vanity reason. The battery was in the box with the rest of the stuff unprotected/unwrapped with minor stains/dents. The original packaging from sony ericsson is very generic. There is no model number/serial with photos on box as you would expect if purchased from a sony store.
Summary: Bought the NewPhone TM506 three weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the number of features available on this phone. It has a GOOD camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The NewPhone's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket, BUT the battery has a BAD lifespan .