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Sony Ericsson txt pro Review

0. phoneArena posted on 26 Jul 2011, 06:38

The Sony Ericsson txt pro is a compact feature phone with a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard. It doesn't shoot for the stars, but with an affordable price tag, does it have the guts to compete with other low-end devices?…

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posted on 26 Sep 2011, 14:24

30. sonam singh (unregistered)

is there text editor or txt reader...plz reply me..

posted on 29 Sep 2011, 20:23

31. madisoncmjenkins (unregistered)

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posted on 02 Oct 2011, 12:24

35. ferongr (Posts: 2; Member since: 02 Oct 2011)

My father decided to buy a mobile phone without consulting me and he bought that. Played with it for one or two hours.

Those are my thoughts, taking in account you can buy good Android phones for the same price or less.

1: User experience: Pretty abysmal. For occasional lockups, to sliding gestures mistaked as taps to jerky animations, it felt painful overall. There are no two finger gestures either. The contact list has no search-as-you-type function, rather, you enter text and it filters afterwards. It also seems the phone does not support delivery status on SMS messages.

2: QWERTY Keyboard: Decent feel and spacing, although the backlight is very dim, making it hard to use in certain lighting conditions.

3: Display: Mediocre contrast, bad viewing angles, loves smudging.

While it might not seem very bad at first glance in the store, there are many small annoyances and problems that make the experience frustrating. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, when you can buy a superior Android handset for the same money.

posted on 04 Oct 2011, 05:09

37. srishti (unregistered)

very disappointing handset..sony txt pro..a really bad xperience//

posted on 05 Oct 2011, 05:14

38. Raj02 (unregistered)

Guys i wanna buy this mobile.. plzzzzzzzz tell me how is audio output in and out...

posted on 14 Oct 2011, 16:10

39. dhargi (unregistered)

heyy any body teach me how to send video to other mobile via buletooth from sony ericsson ck15i.

posted on 14 Oct 2011, 16:14

40. dhargi (unregistered)

i suggest not to buy sony ericsson txt pro instead of it u can buy xperia x10 mini pro coz in this mobile there is problem of hanging at each and every moment.

posted on 17 Nov 2011, 23:16

41. omarfloresx (Posts: 1; Member since: 17 Nov 2011)

i bought this phone in mexico so that i could use it in the US once unlocked. its exactly what i wanted in terms of size and feel. im tired of all these 4-5in android smartphones which the only thing they manage to do properly is add more surface area for the radiation to reach your brain. the keyboard is great but i could not find any traces of the friend app or get the WIFi to work but i think it has to do with an update that i havent done because SE updates aren't supported on macs. id give it a 5.5/10 and if it had the errors fixed 8/10, in the feature phone category

posted on 08 Feb 2012, 16:58

43. shakluvsu (Posts: 1; Member since: 08 Feb 2012)

HORRIBLE.PHONE. I've had this phone for about 5 months and it sucks!
You cannot listen to youtube videos, has very low memory space, sometimes spazzes out while being charged, will not open contacts for DAYS after being turned off and on, cannot save or lock messages. I don't think its a good phone for the price.

posted on 09 Feb 2012, 06:05 1

44. nesan (Posts: 1; Member since: 09 Feb 2012)


posted on 27 Mar 2012, 12:52

45. jabba (Posts: 1; Member since: 27 Mar 2012)

This phone looked like a good concept- a smaller, tactile text phone. But it looks like they released it before actually testing it. The scroll down feature for seeing your incoming texts basically doesnt really work or should I say barely works. You swipe your finger one millimeter out of the 1 inch swiping zone- it will go all the way to the beginning of your conversation. Its super buggy . you really have to press hard and slow on the screen if not it will tap a 1/3 of an inch below. Why bother putting any extras on it like facebook when ending a simple call on it is a challenge....Also heres the kicker-- when you are on a call, everytime you put your finger about an inch away from the screen, the screen sleep mode, like its trying to screw with you.
Overall this phone should never have left the Sony Eriksson factory. Looks bad for them.

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