'Text can be pretty minute and images look quite pixelated, with dull color.'
'the touchscreen remains responsive for general use, the resistive design means you often have to press more firmly to make a selection.'
'The hardware specs are comprehensive however.'
'Design and build quality'
'Call clarity was good in our tests volume is quite loud -- and battery life was fairly solid.'
'cost effective, introductory phone'
'The FONE F3 includes the features every user wants such as polyphonic ringtones, speakerphone and long-lasting battery life.'
'quite a good-looking phone'
'the phone was powerful enough to handle the robust mapping app.'
'Bright display Impressive back cover Camera with Carl Zeiss lens 3.5mm audio jack on top All in all the handset feels quite solid in your hands but is also relatively light which we believe is important for most.'
'The phones support hot-swapping of cards and the slots are easily accessible under a plastic door on the phones' left sides.'
'Sound quality through the in-box headset is acceptable, but you can do better if you make an effort to upgrade the headphones.'
'you may find yourself mistakenly pressing the up button that's directly beneath the screen instead of the central select key.'
'Web browsing is easy through the Magnetic Mouse Pointer controlled by the navigation key.'
'extremely saturated and bright display'
'it suffers from a somewhat flimsy construction and the speakerphone quality is just average..'
'This small candybar features user-changeable Xpress-On covers, as well as a VGA camera and support for MP3 ringtones.'
'the screen is plain nasty.'
'Nimble young fingers will have no trouble at all with the traditional slide-out keypad although we found ourselves hitting the wrong keys quite a lot, probably because they are placed very tightly together.'
'The Sony Ericsson W205 is a very stylish mobile phone with a slide design mechanism which is neat and compact and very user friendly.'
'The phone looks good with a black outer casing in the front of the phone with rounded edges.'