Written on: 15/12/2002 by salsarella.
This phones boasts a huge amount of features. Some good and some bad, although no phone is perfect. I had read other reviews before this and was satisfied I had made the right choice. I have to say the phone looks like a brick, but with changeable covers I think it would look better suited to your own personality. The camera is possibly the main feature the T300 boasts the best about. Although a bad point is that a lot of good light is required (natural works best). Memory is limited but if... (read more)
Written on: 13/12/2002 by Freeze.
T300 has almost got everything, minus J2ME ... I Need Java to extend my phone capability (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2002 by Ben Richards.
I recently purchased this phone and I am glad I did, it is probably the best phone on the market. I would advise people not to get the camera as it is poor qualitly unless in good light. (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2002 by Ralfeus.
The phones lovely exterior just wants you to dig more into the features found inside it (where the beauty of it comes from). The design is not too trying-hard-to-be-cutting-edge, more like what a Nokia 7210/7250 looks like (more like the drag queens of mobile phones, would you be stupid enough to buy a phone with a built-in camera (7250) and the casing is replaceable? Imagine that hitting the floor accidentally, good luck to your camera lens!) but let's not go into that, we're here for the... (read more)
Written on: 06/12/2002 by ratman.
I've had it for 5 days now and I'm seriously considering taking it back to exchange it for a t68 with software upgrade to t68i. But it has a better battery life than the t68i from wot the car phone ware house reviews .Looks like something a 5 yr old designed, but ok functions. (read more)
Written on: 06/12/2002 by Geroshrink.
I have now used this phone for about 10 days. While initially ecstatic about the features and the novelty of instantaneous taking and sending photos over the web, I am growing increasingly dissatisfied by it's severe drawbacks in design and function. Cons: 1. Keys too rigid to push easily and have a flimsy metalic feel to them. Keys too small as well. 2. Toggle switch difficult to use. Often moves cursor up or down when trying to push in to confirm choice. This leads to mis-dialing and... (read more)
Written on: 03/12/2002 by Nathan.
I have had this Sony Ericsson T300 mobile phone for two weeks today (November 4, 2002) and so far have enjoyed it's features. I am 22, and the games, while not a sales feature I considered, are definitely above par. The small wheel below the screen is unidirectional, and to select the item highlighted you simply press it. Very easy. The camera also takes pictures fairly well for its size, though including pictures in emails is alot harder than they say. In all, a good mid-level phone. I... (read more)
Written on: 01/12/2002 by Dean Hill.
Possibly the best phone on the market. The Sony Ericsson T300 has tons of features to keep you entertained all christmas and a very stylish, ingenious looking phone, indeed. (read more)
Written on: 28/11/2002 by zcast.
I was one of first to get one through Best Buy. Overall it's a good phone. One of the selling points for me was the Polyphonic Ringtones, but unfortunately, they are difficult to hear. Also, the games are great, except you cannot mute all the sounds in some of the games, so it makes playing games in meetings a no go. Best signal so far out of the 5 different phones I have owned on T-Mobile/Voicestream's Service. Cannot find accessories anywhere, but they are slowly becoming available. The... (read more)
Written on: 28/11/2002 by Kapil.
This phone is a fantastic phone! I have been very impressed in the functions it has. (read more)
Written on: 24/11/2002 by Tom.
I've had the phone a few days and I'm getting used to it. Inteface is initially confusing and there's an annoying lag whenever you press buttons. The icons for missed call etc don't make much sense either.. I prefer the interface on my old nokia.. Still, the features are nice.. it looks and sounds cool :) (read more)
Written on: 19/11/2002 by bruce.
If you like the cool special effect for example a camera and so on get it, but the phone sucks when it comes to talking on the cell phone. Trust me you will thank me later. (read more)
Written on: 17/11/2002 by Cheryl.
all in all the T300 is a nice phone, attractive and fun. but I feel the instructions need to be a bit simpler and clearer so someone like me can figure it all out. (read more)
Written on: 09/11/2002 by Alastair.
I rushed out to buy one of these as soon as they hit the market in New Zealand, and I am thrilled with it. Business users definately should not get too excited; the T300 has no bluetooth, holds only 250 contacts on the handset and has no calendar. However if, like me, you use your mobile purely for social purposes, this is a fantastic phone. The T300 is priced favourably enough to bring a colour display and multimedia messaging within the reach of the average consumer. Not only that, the... (read more)
Written on: 08/11/2002 by gerrylum.
I got the T300 to replace my T68i, but now that I have done it, I somewhat regret it. The paltry 500kb of available memory on the phone defeats the purpose of including a communicam. Once you've got a theme files, a polyphonic ringtone, and some phonebook pictures installed, there's hardly any room to transfer photos from the camera into the phone, unless you take pictures at a very small resolution. I don't miss the bluetooth function of my T68i since I never used it anyway, but I miss... (read more)
Written on: 04/11/2002 by Nathan.
I have had this Sony Ericsson T300 mobile phone for 2 weeks today (November 4, 2002) and so far have enjoyed its features. I am 22, and the games, while not a sales feature I considered, are definitely above par. The small wheel below the screen is unidirectional, and to select the item highlighted you simply press it. Very easy. The camera also takes pictures fairly well for its size, though including pictures in emails is alot harder than they say. In all, a good mid-level phone. I... (read more)
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