Summary: If all you want is comfortable calls and great music experience in one device, and you also are a flip-type mobile phone fan (which I am) - this is the thing for you. Also includes: java applications & games, FM radio, bluetooth, IrDA, USB, and internet connectivity with WAP, GPRS and EDGE standards. The model is old, but it does what it suppose to very well. Worth the price, in my opinion.
Summary: The product is very easy to opperate. I was breaking/not using my iphone to its capabilities. So I downgraded to something that will call and text. This phone does both and easy too. I really enjoy the phone and will recomend it to people who dont need the new flashy phones. 4/5 Stars, holds its own in the catagory it fits into.
Summary: Other than pictures and sounds that Sony notoriously brands into their phones that can't be removed, we love Sony cell phones. This little phone, like our other Sony phones, are reliable, durable and get pretty dang good reception. The software is easy to manuever and the sound is really good on Sony phones. The screen time-out is not adjustable on this phone, but it's the only failing I can find with this phone.
Excerpt: i had this phone for over a year; i bought it in august 07 for around £70 ( i think!! )i had the lime green colour and it was a really cute phone and i liked the design of it, although it was quite chunky.the camera was rubbish but it was meant to be a music phone and the walkman features worked well.the external display was useful but would have been nicer in colour! the main screen was quite small aswell.unlike other people i quite liked the keys!
Pros: music player, photo, music & video dj, video recorder
Summary: • Reviewed by: Nihaad ali • Reviewed on: 10/07/2009 Since Sony Ericsson first introduced its Walkman cell phone line last year, music-friendly phones have had mixed success in the United States. Though they're lauded by users and critics alike, including us, U.S. carriers, haven't clamored to include the handsets in their lineups. Sure, Cingular offers the W600i, but that's the exception rather than the rule.