Product Type: Sony Ericsson mobile phones
Newest Review: ... only used it for a month and then used my mums old phone until I brought another Sony Ericsson. Apart from that, the camera is OK. The mu... more
Good, smart and easy to use phone.
Sony Ericsson W395
Member Name: rozeena1993
Sony Ericsson W395
Date: 03/08/12, updated on 10/08/12 (20 review reads)
Advantages: Easy and simple to use. Cheap. Looks lovely. Clear and loud speakers.
Disadvantages: No shortcut feature to minimize applications. Use to freeze a lot.
I had this phone for a month because my previous phone broke. I have always had a Sony Ericsson make phone so when my other phone broke I quickly needed a cheap and good phone. This was the only cheap phone I was able to get without paying £10 extra for a top up as I was on a simplicity contract and didn't need it as it would of been a waste of £10.
Personally I didn't like it for one reason only. It didn't have a shortcut button where you can minimize applications and I needed that so I only used it for a month and then used my mums old phone until I brought another Sony Ericsson.
Apart from that, the camera is OK. The music player is good quality for the price of the phone. It cost me £60. It is easy to use and a good, nice little slide phone to have as a gadget. It is a Walkman so I'm happy to say the speakers are good quality.
Things I found good about this phone that made it what it is:
- Dimensions: 96 x 47 x 14.9 mm and weight is: 96 g
- Alert types are Vibration, MP3 and AAC ringtones
- Loudspeaker with stereo speakers
- Memory Stick Micro (M2), up to 4GB, 1GB card included. Internal memory: 10 MB
- Phone book contacts 1000 x 20 fields with photo ID
- SMS, EMS, MMS, Email, IM
- Radio: Stereo FM radio with RDS
- Standard battery, Li-Ion 950 mAh
Stand-by: Up to 480 h
Talk time: Up to 8 h
Music play: Up to 12 h 30 min
Summary: Overall this is a good phone. It is lovely looking and very handy for all the things you need to do
|Ease of use:|
|Variety of features:|