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Apr 19, 2009, 4:45 AM

I don't get it...

Why do some phones get a "basic" or "entry" label?

This phone has 1.3m camera, Edge, MP3 player, memory card slot, bluetooth, email (unless your carrier removes it), RSS reader, and other stuff.

It lacks 3G, but that hardly makes a phone "basic". Is the absent video ability what does it?
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Jul 8, 2008, 3:49 PM


What's the point? Who buys a phone primarily for the music capabilities?
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Aug 25, 2008, 4:33 PM

watch out!!

the hinges on this phone are very sensitive causing the flip to detach in most instances this is physical damage but Sony Ericsson knows this is a common issue and will warranty the phone.

Aug 21, 2008, 7:55 PM


Seriously, 1995 called and they want their phone back.

I can't believe that a company would even think of putting a phone like this in the market. Let's forget about its performance and focus on how they are going to compare it with say the blackberry or lg models. i really thought that I have seen everything but as they say "history repeats itself". Let's hope they bring the gameboy color back, now that would be a classic.

Aug 20, 2008, 12:10 PM


We just got this phone in store. Uhh feels kinda cheap. At least they came out with some with a oldschool/newschool style. Kinda cool it comes with a couple MP3s (ex: Usher-Love in this club) I think they mainly came out with the style to be made to look more like a MP3 player instead. Its pretty nifty. Im just already seeing customers who refuse to get insurance coming into the store due to they broke the flap thing. lol
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Jul 9, 2008, 6:43 PM

Deja Ericsson t39m

Smile I've been waiting for SE to come out with a phone that has the flip open cover a la the original Ericsson t39, t39m. I still have one (which I no longer use regularly) and it is/was way ahead of its time. It had a WAP browser, Bluetooth, and tri-band "world" coverage. And this was in an era when few people even knew what Bluetooth was and phone connectivity was virtually unheard of. But most of all, I liked the lightweight "flip cover" - easy to use and eminently functional. Well, here it is and beautifully executed as well. It does everything I would need it to for a reasonable price. Kudo's to SE (and hurry up with the w350a/850mhz band version).
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