Summary: For a "dumb phone", this little oldie-but-goodie can't be beaten. It does more and has more features than any non-smart phone I have come across, yet it debuted in 2007. The only things I don't like about the phone are the specialized plugs necessary for charging and listening to the radio (no...
Excerpt: I've used this awesome phone for full 7 years!!! Can anyone imagine that? :D I can't believe it myself! :D It had really great camera (as for 2 MP), great durability (I've dropped it for 100 times and it survived perfectly), great speaker, player, battery longevity...
Pros: Very durable, Camera, Battery, Music player
Cons: Could be a bit bigger screen, Plastic body., Thick
Summary: Recently got rid of my smart phone after realizing I really didn't need it and picked up this Ericsson. Haven't had any issues with it, and gets the job of simply being a phone done fairly well.
Summary: This is one of the best non-smart phone: Pros --Extra long battery life (it lasts 4 days easy on single charge). I smile when iPhone/Google owners don't have their phone by 5pm due to lack of juice.
Excerpt: Great phone, had it for 2 years until I was robbed. The one con is the camera button that wasn't working so good anymore and the phone's cables that were proprietary and broke often. In comparison to simple dumb-phones, I think this is one of the best. Mine never let me down.
Summary: I started with an LG VX5200 from Verizon Wireless when I had my first cell phone. After two years of using an LG cell phone, I switched to using a Sony Ericsson W810i and this is definitely the best cell phone in the electronics market. I would definitely recommend this product to a friend.
Excerpt: I used this phone for over two years, from mid-2007 (when it was being discontinued) to late 2009. During that time, I never once had it lock up or reboot on me, almost never had a dropped call or data session, nor ever had any physical problems with the phone.
Pros: durability, music player, speakers, camera, flash
Excerpt: I have this phone 18 months, and it NEVER has failed. Open it or poweroff to restart it ? never! It feels cool and it's beautiful even now, with all the touch screen fever. My best phone until now...
Excerpt: The W810 is probably the best phone i've owned. So far it has been a trooper, it's taking a beating and has also survived two swims in the lake, and one in a puddle and one while canoeing. I just popped the battery out and let it dry out.
Pros: mp3 player, dependable, takes a beating, storage w/media, camera is pretty good,
Cons: little small, screen hard to see in bright sun, only 1 txt msg sound, no voice and data at the same time.