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Sony Ericsson Equinox

 

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great phone

 

Jan 5, 2010 by kaivon83

this phone is pretty neat its really not a touch screen but its worth it. when i first got this phone with t mobile i thought it will be a bummer!! lol it was not this little explosive phone can do it all and its for you if you want a basic flip phone its like a upgraded flip phone with great features if you dont want touch screen

PROS: you can use your speaker phone while its closed the web phone is very fast you can also take pics and send them online also you can have real ringtone downloads also movie clips and a slick cover so when it rings or text message you see a vibrating light. an added memory card is also available. you can also get info from your pc to your phone with mass storage and the best part is that the phone number buttons are easy to use YEAH!!!!!!!!

CONS: not many but that it has no flashing camera so you better take it while its light outside and also you have to keep wiping it with a cloth because its so smudgy

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Sony Ericsson Equinox

 

Nov 17, 2009 by wr

This is the one of the most complete non-smartphone in the market. It great features. The key of getting great reception is avoid touching the antenna at the bottom of the phone. When you are in the area with weak signal when placing the phone on the table, place on the table with the back of the phone facing you or otherwise the signal would fluctuate (it's strange but due to the fact the antenna is place at the bottom near the back of the phone). I compare it with my TM 506 which is one of the best phone which pulls the best reception, the signal on the Equinox is on par when it place on the table with the back of the phone facing you when you are in the area with weak coverage. Also there's is a new charger that acts as a piggyback to the headset. You can plug in the headset on the port on the charger plug and you can use your headset when making and receiving calls and listening to the radio and Music player. You can find the charger on the Sony Ericsson USA website and Sony Style website and store for about $30. You can find it on Amazon.com for about a minimum of $15.
Pros:
FM Radio
MP3 Player
Great reception(the phone's antenna is at the bottom of the phone so avoid touching it since it interferes with signal and make adjustments when in the area with weak signal)
Fast web brower
3G capable

Cons:
No flash on the camera
No qwerty keyboard
No software program like MS Word and Excel.

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Definetly a TM506 upgrade

 

Jul 23, 2010 by narn3049

You can tell its a TM506 upgrade because of the inside screen looks the same and so do the buttons. I never had a chance to use the new Equinox but personally tested out the TM506 very well and see that both phones perform well. I liked the texting on the TM506 a LOT. It was a good keyboard, probably the best numeric next to 6100 by lg with raised keys smooth and wafer. the razr is good too but after too many text's kinda hurts your fingers. This one has a good feel to the keys. The battery is excellent. I've owned 5 or so SE handsets, and once and awhile would have low charge but not often. It has the same interface, which is kinda bad because it gets boring, but good because your used to it overall a 4.0

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