The GoodAuto-focus and xenon flash on camera; new and improved camera cover.
The BadKeys are a little too small on the keypad; Web browser could be better; no killer extra features over predecessor.
The Bottom LineSony Ericsson made two of the best camera phones ever, so we expected a lot from the K800i's successor. Unfortunately, what you get with the K810i is a remodelled version of the K800i -- it's a good camera phone, but it lacks the wow factor of its predecessors. If you already own a K800i then it's not worth upgrading, although others will want to check it out
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Sony Ericsson's camera-phone range has revolutionised the market and consistently pushed the boundaries between mobile phones and standalone digital cameras. From the K750i's auto-focus capabilities to the K800i's xenon flash, Sony Ericsson has hit the nail on the head when it comes to giving users what they want.
Given its pedigree, it's no wonder that we had high expectations for the K800i's successor, the Sony Ericsson K810i. What would Sony Ericsson bring to the table this time round? And would this handset get closer to giving us the best of both camera and mobile worlds, or would it leave us yearning for more?
Design The main differences between the K810i and its predecessor are aesthetic. It seems that Sony Ericsson has been affected by the new wave of shiny phones that line the shelves of high-street mobile phone stores and given the K810i a glossy front section. It's also added a rather interesting keypad that features small circular silver keys.
The unusual circular keys are striking to look at, but aren't particularly easy to use