Sony Ericsson is doing what it does best with the W995 Walkman. It's a good-looking and easy-to-use music phone with excellent sound quality, an above-average camera and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Finally, we can rid our pockets of that pesky dedicated MP3 player
The Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman is a fairly basic phone with a focus on mobile music. Despite its iconic Walkman branding, though, its music capabilities are average, and its software is frustratingly slow.
It's difficult to find much wrong with the Sony Ericsson T650i. Not only does it sport a great-looking design, but it also has a stunning range of features. If you're in the market for a new mobile, it definitely deserves your attention
The Sony Ericsson C510 Cyber-shot represents a good antidote to the feature bloat that's seen the size of handsets increase and battery life fall. The photo quality doesn't live up to the Cyber-shot name, but the C510's good selection of features makes it a worthwhile handset -- as long as you have small fingers
There's nothing particularly wild or crazy about the Sony Ericsson T715. It's a straightforward phone with a solid set of features and a stylish design. Those who want a small, smart 3G handset that's simple to use should appreciate the T715
The Sony Ericsson W302 Walkman delivers good sound quality in a neat design for a low price. For those who want a decent, inexpensive phone that plays music, it's a good choice, but don't bother with the poor camera and Web browser
The Android-based Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini packs a decently sized touchscreen into a remarkably tiny case that's stuffed with smart-phone features. It could well be a corker.
The Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber-shot camera phone blew our minds with its excellent photo quality. Its plasticky body and lack of Wi-Fi connectivity reflect its low price, but it performs like a more expensive model
The W900i ups the ante over its predecessors by adding more internal memory and 3G capability, but we don't like its vastness when opened out to full height, the annoying controller for the FM radio or the relatively poor output from the single speaker. This large phone certainly has room for stereo speakers
The W890i's successor -- the W902 -- offers the best camera we've seen on a music phone, with a decent interface and a solid, attractive design. It loses marks for not having a real headphone socket, but if you want a full-featured music phone, it's one to check out
Although it bears the once-prestigious Walkman name, the Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman isn't actually that impressive as a music player. However, for the price it offers a fantastic amount of value, leaving similarly-priced Android budget devices in the shade.
The Sony Ericsson K770i Cyber-shot might not excel in any particular area, but the combination of its slick design, impressive camera and excellent music player make it a great all-round package
The W550i is a small but chunky handset with a bevy of neat features but some odd omissions. For example: it's a music phone with 256MB of built-in memory, but no expansion slot; it has ambitions to replace your dedicated music player, but audio playback quality isn't quite up to scratch; and there's a camera with good features and usability, but a self-portrait mirror the size of a pinhead
Although it has a rather small screen, the Xperia Active isn't lacking in any other department. With a robust design, decent camera and nippy processor, this is the perfect handset for adventure-addicts who desire a rugged smart phone but don't want to compromise on functionality and power.
A really pleasant entry-level Walkman phone with easy-to-use features, good Walkman functionality and decent sound quality. But the poor audio format support is really annoying, it won't play any content with DRM and you have to use an adaptor in order to use regular headphones. Other than that, we think it's great
If the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro's slide-out keyboard proves comfortable, it could be the first Android smart phone to really sock it to the BlackBerry in terms of productivity potential.
Sony Ericsson has always produced good camera phones but the C905 outdoes them all. The high resolution camera with xenon flash produces sharp shots even in low light and we were impressed by all the extras, such as GPS and Wi-Fi. If you're looking for a serious camera phone that could replace your camera, this is it