Sony Ericsson Txt Review
Even though Sony Ericsson has been quite busy establishing itself in the smartphone market, it hasn’t forgotten the good old feature phone as well. Some people just aren’t willing to endure the extra complexity that smartphones generally come with compared to normal phones, more so considering that most of the essential features don’t need a sophisticated environment to run. Plus, feature phones are generally less prone to crashing and other software failures.
If you’ve been nodding in agreement while reading the above paragraph, then the slick Sony Ericsson Txt may be just for you. As you can see from the pictures, the phone features a physical QWERTY keyboard, which, let’s face the truth, is still superior to touch screens in many ways.
Internal memory is just 100 megabytes, but thanks to a microSD slot it can be expanded up to 32 GB, and 64 megabytes of RAM are probably enough for the undemanding platform. The camera is merely a 3.2 megapixel unit, but that’s the standard for this class of phones. As for connectivity, it’s got everything you’d be expecting from a modern device — Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and micro USB support. Inside, there are dedicated apps for social networking — Facebook, Twitter, Google Talk and the popular eBuddy, and of course there are clients for IM and E-mailing. The phone features the Obigo Q7 web browser, which has video support; additionally there’s a separate Youtube application, which even allows you to upload your own videos.
There are also lots of features for the melomanes out there. The Txt supports stereo Bluetooth headsets via the A2DP profile and TrackID, which is a service similar to Shazam, only free.
The phone isn’t what you’d call slim at 14.5 mm, but it weighs just 95 grams. The phone is a simple solution for texting and social networking, but competition isn’t sleeping either. With the deals for the Txt’s bigger brother — the Sony Ericsson Txt Pro.
Source – Sony Ericsson