The Xperia X10 Mini packs a lot of features into a small design. The compact touch screen won't be for everyone, but it mostly satisfies as an Android phone.
The Sony Ericsson Aino's luscious display and multimedia offerings make it one of the better unlocked phones we've seen this year.
If you want a high-quality camera phone from AT&T, you can't go wrong with the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot C905a.
The Sony Ericsson W995a suffers from some design concerns and performance issues, but it remains an attractive and functional music phone.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 is a well-designed and fully stocked smartphone that offers great customization through the interactive panel interface. However, with its high price tag, the X1 will be a hard sell for most customers and will be a purely luxury item.
The Sony Ericsson W980 isn't our top choice for a music phone, but it's an attractive and reliable model just the same.
The Sony Ericsson S500i is a stylish phone with a lot of sex appeal plus a decent feature set, but its high price and iffy controls make it less than desirable.
The Sony Ericsson P1i is a nice upgrade to its predecessor and offers an alternative to today's Windows Mobile and Palm smartphones, but we're ultimately disappointed by the kludgey interface and lack of 3G.
The Sony Ericsson Z310a would work as a weekend cell phone, but it's not the best option for heavy callers.
Sony Ericsson pumps out another Walkman phone with its new W950i.
The Sony Ericsson W710i is solid addition to Sony Ericsson's Walkman phone line despite a few design hiccups and some missing features.
With an amazing selection of features and great performance, the Sony Ericsson K7800i joins the company's K790a as a superior camera phone.
Sony Ericsson's stylish, compact K750i takes crystal-clear photos, packs plenty of multimedia options, and tops it all off with fully enabled Bluetooth.
The Sony Ericsson K700i offers a good mix of features and style but falls a bit short on performance.
Though it pulls through in performance and connectivity, the Sony Ericsson Z600 misses the mark in features and design.
The Maserati of smart phones, the P800 has a steep price and a design that won't appeal to everyone, but it's a sure-fire attention grabber.