'The interface is simple and it offers album art, but it's not particularly flashy.'
'the onboard music software is capable of delivering excellent quality audio.'
'new touch interface'
'The browser is good for a desktop browsing experience, but the data speeds suggest you probably won't end up using the 5800 to visit the sites you love on a day-to-day basis.'
'Expand full review Summary: It is overall, a great phones cos it has no bugs of Symbian which Nokia has suffered enough for themselves. '
'The overall feel of the handset is odd.'
'It takes clear, sharp photos with excellent colour reproduction.'
'The Satio is a smartphone that is neither smart, or really a phone.'
'Well, Sony Ericsson thinks that there is a demand for such devices and thus we have the Aspen, a business phone that combines a touch interface with a full-fledged keyboard. '
'I curse myself ..and regret my decision of buying this phone its a complete crap ... never ever buy this phone.'
'it could not lock on to some radio stations properly.'
'With Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, the Sony Ericsson Aspen also has a 2.4-inch touchscreen and a full Qwerty keyboard for quick and easy typing. '
'Unfortunately the XPERIA X2 is not as polished — it uses far more plastic than its predecessor and doesn't look or feel like a premium smartphone.'
'A new 8.1 megapixel camera with autofocus is also on board, a significant upgrade from the 3.2 megapixel unit found on the X1. '
'As a whole, the cell phone feels equally and really comfortable to operate in both portrait or landscape modes.'
'Double-clicking the new SlideView button activates the grid and you can flip through all the panels on the handset. '
'solid mobile device'
'first comprehensive mobile service'
'tiny external display.'
'unique user interface'
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