Excerpt: If I were you I will not buy this phone,I have this phone for almost a year now, and I am having problems using this phoneI like Sony Ericsson phones but this one sucks1. You can't add themes2. Some JAVA applications don't work3. Poor Signal4. and the worst thing about this phone... is that I can't use the CALL function now...
Pros: Lightweight, Small, Good Headphones, Long Battery Life
Cons: Firmware Sucks ( A Lot ), Can't Add New Themes ( Like any SE Phones Do), Poor Signal, Some JAVA Applications doesn't work (but this apps work on other phones)
Summary: Hy all, My brother just bought a w302 1 week ago. I think it's not that bad, but according to the features, it's too expensive for a poor features cellphone. About the themes, i think it doesn't use *.thm theme files, may be another kind of themes. A strange thing is that when i downloaded opera mini from site: mini.opera.com ,the extension is not *.jar or *.jad, but something else, but i forgot it's extension.
Summary: can get better screen resolution in other nokia or sony erricson phones in some worthy cost.Also the volume of this set is not worthy to be called for a walkman series set as is quite low in both headset n speaker mode....so should not not go for this phone if u r spending 7.5k....its a handsome amount but not for this set......... Am the unfortunate one to use this set..... Would have loved to purchase K530i..
Excerpt: I personally don't think that there is anything special about this phone but it is still good. The screen resolution is what you'd expect for the price. Battery life is very good, I use it for a few hours a day and it lasts for a few days (it doesn't take that long to charge either) It's known as a "Walkman" which I expect means that it's good at playing music. I never use the music feature as I use my iPhone. The music application seems to be nothing special.
Summary: First lets start with a positive: This phone is very small and it is a fantastic size! The phone easily slips in and out of a pocket and it is very good in this respect. However, the phone has quite a few problems. First, the lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack. On primarily a music device, you would expect a standard jack so you could use your own headphones.
Pros: Very small and compact - fits into pocket well.
Cons: No 3.5mm headphone jack, Very poor camera, unreliable signal problems.
Excerpt: I have been using this phone for some time now and find it relatively passable as a very basic phone. It is a very very stange phone in some ways (as though were designed by a team of visually impaired troglodytes suffering from an undisclosed yet debilitating brain ailment) and has some particularly annoying shortcomings.
Excerpt: I brought this phone thinking that for the price it would be a good bet. Having used this brand before, I was sorely disappointed with its overall performance after a couple of months use. Now, the phone itself cost me £59 (from Orange) back in April 2009. When it arrived I was pleased with how compact and lightweight it was. Then I turned it on to discover what else it contained...
Pros: The camera .
Cons: Software crashes, poor interface design, text size, lack of proper ringtones, can't download stuff