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Description Wherever you may be, you're never far away with the T200. Enhanced text messaging, instant access to the mobile Internet and triple band make sure you're always near. Enhanced messaging (EMS) makes yo... more

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Review of Sony Xperia T

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“Sony Xperia T Review”

published 10/11/2014

Amount of detail on low brightness setting, Size, Camera

Overheating, Poor battery life, Apps don't go straight to memory card

...The Sony Xperia T sports a sleek black exterior and a 4.55" TFT screen. The screen has to be booted up to a high brightness setting to enjoy the full range of colours that can be displayed. It's something that is expected of most phones. Which is sad because I feel I can never fully enjoy a HD video or a high quality photo without considering the effect it will have on the battery life. It...

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Review of Sony Ericsson T650i

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“Sony Ericsson T650i”

published 21/01/2008

Feels like a quality product

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...The Sony Ericsson T650i is a relatively new 3G phone. It is a mid range product that offers a broad range of functionality without specialising in any particular area. It contains a good camera, but lacks the sophistication of the CyberShot range. Likewise it is a competent music player but falls short of the WalkMan phones. Presented in a bar style it looks like a fashion phone but packs...

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Review of Sony Ericsson T610

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“Sony Ericsson T610”

published 22/01/2004

Has an inbuilt camera and in full colour.

Screen not very visible in bright light. Software can be slow.

...the past will know to get a space you need to press 0. Well with the Sony Ericsson it?s the # button. It doesn?t sound much but as a frequent texter I never ?thought? about which buttons I was pressing, it just became second nature. As a result this simple change threw me! It took me a couple of months to get used to but now I?m used to it and would probably have difficulty with a Nokia! Why did I buy...

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