Written on: 11/05/2011 by moonklash (1 review written)
I've now had this phone for a number of months and thought I'd post a review. For someone like me, who hates touch screen phones, this is one of the few models that has buttons and a reasonable spec. Unfortunately however, this phone doesn't quite manage to be as good as it appears on paper.
The camera is okay if you have a lot of light although the colours are a bit washed out. There's no longer a zoom feature, which existed on all of the earlier models. The video camera is initially of far… Read Full Review
The Sony Ericsson Elm has received a mixture of reviews. At rightmobilephone, a few consumers thought that this phone was good, and suited their purpose, with functions including a built in camera, media player, and wi-fi. However some of these consumers did feel that the screen of the Elm is too small, and should be enlarged.
At cnet the average consumer rating was 3 out 5, not great but terrible either. Consumers there said that the phone is easy to use, and has a great battery life. Essential for those of us who are always on the phone. However one consumer did think that the GPS system in the phone let it down slightly. There are mixed reviews about the camera aspect of this phone, some consumers saying the camera is great, whereas others who want to optimise the zoom, find that you can only zoom in to the maximum on the lowest setting. Its a good phone to have if you want to make calls, take the occasional pictures and browse the odd web page.