Sony Ericsson T715 Preview

Sony Ericsson T715 Preview
This is a global GSM phone. It can be used with AT&T and T-Mobile USA. The American version supports AT&T's 3G network.

Introduction and design:

You cannot even imagine how shocked we were to see a new model (announced after the Yari, Aino and Satio) with a name starting with T and not ending with aifun! Apparently, the manufacturer has decided its device naming policy won´t apply across the board. The nameless Sony Ericsson T715 turns out to be quite a likeable and compact cell phone. A quick look at its specifications reveals that it´s actually a slider version of the T700 that we reviewed already. The new form factor has made the handset substantially shorter (when closed) and rather podgier, being about 50% thicker than its sibling.

You can compare the Sony Ericsson T715 with many other phones using our Size Visualization Tool.

The phone sports a 2.2-inch QVGA display that is claimed to remain totally useable even in direct sunlight. The manufacturer promised to equip the device with large buttons and most of them are indeed. There is nice surprise, hidden under the aluminum battery cover – the T715 features a microSD slot, just like the Aino, Yari and Satio. We think it´s time that we all said “so long, dear M2 cards, it was (not) a pleasure…”

Sony Ericsson T715 360 Degrees View:



7. sunil ayrota unregistered

it doesn't vibrate when it's placed in vibrate mode ,

6. sunil ayrota unregistered

t715 doesn't work in vibrate mode,tryed to reset all setting no go any suggestions

5. prashob unregistered

pls dont go for sony erricson T715. within 4 months the phone's port was not working fine and when given for servicing under warranty, they take more than a month saying that parts are not in india and has to be got from abroad... mother board has to be changed.. etc u will suffer if u buy this phone. I STRONGLY DONOT RECOMMEND THIS PHONE!

4. pankaj unregistered

Within 1 year T715 started having problems with the headphone and charger jack (same in this mobile) submitted the phone in sony centre they charged 800 rs for the same ,again after 3 months the mobile got corrupted including screen, keypad buttons,software nothing was working at all. Again submitted the phone to sony centre this time they charged 2000 rs and returned the mobile yesterday after taking 2 weeks to get the repair done. Today again some problem (voice is not coming). Do not recommend T715 to any one looking for sony mobiles. Worst phone. Worst service , Even under warranty service centre guys charge the customers. PLZ be aware sony Mobiles Sucks ........and customer care is of no use. Really pissed of from this mobile........

3. tomtom unregistered

I like this phone.. JAB Cellular ( ) has it for a pretty good price.

2. MrMojo

Posts: 20; Member since: Jul 10, 2009

SE should give up the low-end and mid-end phone market as they've invested too much resources to the high-end markets and barely surviving. All their phones have begun to look alike now and barely indistinguishable from each other. SE is like GM and needs to cut away all their Cr-p if it's going to survive! For goodness sake, SE is still arrogantly enough to ignore peoples' plea to include a 3.5mm port for the media player! SE deserces to crumble!

1. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

looks btw there really havnt been a bunch of new phones announced lately......grr
  • Display 2.2 inches
    320 x 240 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP (Single camera)
  • Storage 0.09GB, microSD

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