Product Type: Sony Ericsson mobile phones
by - written on 03/08/13
It was good to start with but then after about a year it became really slow and ended up not ringing i someone called me.
by - written on 30/03/12
first of all the phone cost me 45 pounds from Argos . when I unboxed the phone it was quite small but it felt well built. the back had a suede like plastic material. Turn on the phone and you get Sony's user interface. its easy to use and smooth. the phones inbuilt speaker is quite loud and is good for its price.it takes micro sd cards up to 32 GB. The only problem is that the buttons are small and i often ended pressing more than 2 at a time. the battery life is good for a few days use.
by - written on 06/10/11 (Somewhat useful, 13 readings)
I'm not bothered about having the latest all singing all dancing phone and bought when of these when my old phone died after Christmas and I was short of funds..... Although I mainly wanted a basic phone for calls and texts, I was attracted by the 'walkman' feature as I do like to have a bit of music on my phone to use as ringtones ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Well where do i start, i received this phone as a present for Christmas 2010, i was made up to begin with, seemed to have everything i wanted in a phone (I'm not fussy when it comes to phones) it worked brilliantly and then it came to about March/April and it seemed to develop a few problems so for about two weeks i had no usable phone, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
The quality of the Spiro is dependent on a couple of different factors. If you are looking for a simple phone, mostly just for calls and, of course, listening to music, then odds are you will fall in love with this phone and it's simple design and unique mp3 player-ish layout. You'll also enjoy the relatively low price tag. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
This phone is great for those who aren't constantly glued to their handset. With simple text and calls and the camera/video and walkman feature it's and easy phone to use on paper. In my experience though there are a few shortcomings: On numerous occasions the phone tends to freeze up, it feels quite slow getting through menus ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Simplicity is back with the new Sony Ericsson Spiro. Sony Ericsson have targeted the minorities who don't need an 'all singing, all dancing' highly complicated smartphone. Some of us just need a Phone & SMS function to get through our day. Whilst the Spiro offers some pretty decent up-to-date functions, such as a 2.0 ... Read the complete review