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  • p990i

    4 2.68%
  • w850i

    14 9.40%
  • w710i

    0 0%
  • z710i

    5 3.36%
  • z610i

    0 0%
  • w950i

    4 2.68%
  • k619im

    0 0%
  • z550i

    0 0%
  • v630i

    0 0%
  • k800i

    58 38.93%
  • k610i

    1 0.67%
  • w300i

    1 0.67%
  • m600i

    1 0.67%
  • w700i

    0 0%
  • k510i

    0 0%
  • z530i

    0 0%
  • w810i

    47 31.54%
  • w900i Black/ White

    11 7.38%
  • w550i

    0 0%
  • w800i

    11 7.38%
  • p910i

    2 1.34%
  • v800

    4 2.68%
  • s700i

    6 4.03%
  • z1010

    0 0%
  • z200

    0 0%
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  1. #16
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    After years of pretty much being a Moto-fanboy, I'm a real convert to Sony Ericsson. But, my SE phone experience is limited to only two phones. I picked the z710i, because it is best of everything that is important to me. I prefer a flip, and one that has great audio and great reception...and it does both of these things well. But, I just got my newest w810i (after a less than great experience with the phone before), and it is a great performer too! I am newly in love with the phone...and it is being used right now, while the z710i is on my dresser...for a while anyway!

    I'm pretty satisfied with my lineup of phones right now (even my V635...a great phone too!), and am not really in need of a new phone. Looks like I'll stay with Sony Ericsson for a while!

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    Best Phone Ever...

    I would have to say the best phone ever made by SE (initially by Ericsson) would have to be the t68i/m variants.

    In terms of innovation - it completely blew away the competition and reset the bar/standard for what would be our modern day phone (color screen, blue tooth, grid menu interface, wireless headset capability, triband, battery life indication, li-po batteries...) and you name it - the feature set was huge! Especially when all the other big guns (moto, nokia, samsung) still had model features predominately consisting of mono ringtones, black and white screens, NI-Mh batteries and triband/vibrate wasn't even standard... I laud SE and the T68i as having been the catalyst (at least from a consumer acceptance perspective) to progressing the rest of the world to almost of the level of Japan's high tech handsets in these short amount of years since... (In the late 90's - I used to perv over how hot the phones were in Tokyo - I still do but it's refreshing to know that GSM feature sets are basically on par to Japan (excluding service provider capabilities - FOMA, 3.5G or 4G or 10G or whatever it's at now))

    Ericsson (albeit not SE but still an integral part of it) was innovative with their T28 (even the T39 to some extent) and it was truly the first "razr" of it's kind... they didn't have the marketing whiz that Motorola had, nor did mobile phones have the huge kind of following it does now but that was IMHO the first slim phone. They should be recognized for being the original pioneers of the concept.

    The T610 is still what i consider to be a beautiful phone (from an industrial design perspective) and was the last clean aesthetic phone from SE (more on this in the next paragraph). It's integration of aluminum panels made it that much more of an exclusive phone (at least in the first 2-3 months of launch).

    I have to say I've been with SE right from the beginning - owning most of the milestone models that have since been rolled out. But I wouldn't call myself exactly brand loyal - simply because the brand extrinsics (x factor, sex appeal, what ever you call it) has been lost... I've found that SE has a great feature set, a reliable build and innovative function set - but what the heck happened to the design guys? There's a lot of focus on the "sciences" but enough on the "arts" - there needs to be a greater balance striked here.

    But SE is much better off than Nokia and that whole ridiculous "N-Series" intiative that they've got going on...

    Cheers,

    Nige

  3. #18
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    Never used it or even seen one in person, but my vote goes to the K800i. It has every feature imaginable plus 3G. Beautiful screen, beautiful camera, beautiful looks, the list goes on and on. If only they'd release one with 3G for the US market...

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    W810i easily the most versatile SE phone.
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  5. #20
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    blah people are posting wat phones they have Not wats the best =)

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    i say s700 and s710a. most ar emade in japan, with one of the best build qualities ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bushman5
    blah people are posting wat phones they have Not wats the best =)

    i know! thats what i said!
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  8. #23
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    k800i from my experience
    "Only the Paranoid Survive"
    Past phones: Inno 55, SE K700i, K750i, P900, T610, K800i, Samsung D720, D410, E720, i320, D900, Panasonic X700, T-Mobile MDA, Dash, HTC P4350, Nokia N95, N73 ME, E61i, E65, 3230, 6682, 6120 Classic, Moto MPX220, V3, V3i, SLVR L7i Maxx V6, Treo 600, 680, 750, BB Pearl

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    i guess it depends on what people need as well..
    the w810 users probably need the 850 and walkman feature, k800 users want the camera.

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    Some are complaining that people are answering based on what they have...or have experience with. What's wrong with that? Do you know another, better way to form an opinion?

    I have both the z710i and w810i (the only SE phones I have experience with), but I think probably the k790a and k800i are better phones...from what I have read on this forum, not from personal experience. I don't care about Walkman, but I have that capability. I don't care about a multi-pixel camera...but I have two phones that can do that. Personally, if I could get an SE phone with 850mhz band, great SE performance, adequate earpiece volume, and great call quality...THAT would be the best SE phone ever.

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