It's true, I am. I used to be exclusive to Sony Ericsson, but I've recently had an affair and now I'm going steady with Nokia. My switch is even more perplexing to those who know me, because I've spent the last five years cussing Nokia's user interface as ugly and hard-to-use. Why this sudden change of heart?
The answer is simple. I like to upgrade my phone every year, so when I came to look for a new phone I obviously wanted a new Sony Ericsson. The problem was, there wasn't a new Sony Ericsson, and there hasn't been for some time. Okay, that's not quite true, it has been releasing new phones, but the design is getting stale and, in my opinion, its features just aren't moving on at the right pace.
The fact is, this phone has the capability to replace most of the other devices I own. If it weren't forI'd be using it to listen to Internet radio stations and streaming video from my home computer. I love it. Sorry Sony Ericsson, if you want my custom again, you're going to have to try a little harder.