While the Xperia Arc S doesn't qualify as a massive improvement over its direct predecessor, the Arc, it is nonetheless a solid choice. Its eye-catching design is backed up by a great screen and a surprisingly powerful 8.1-megapixel digital camera.
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 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 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 Xperia S is packed to the gills with great ideas, unique features and solid hardware. It's an especially good smartphone for lovers of multimedia.
Sony Ericsson tends to overprice its mobiles, but that's not the case with C510. The price is right and the features are similar to those on more expensive models. This is a decent prepaid option for those who rate cameras high on their mobile shopping list.
The Vodafone-exclusive V630i is a good all-round 3G handset with a decent range of features that will appeal to a broad-range of users. It is a nice -- but forgettable -- handset that doesn't really offer anything that hasn't been seen before.
The Sony Ericsson Z310i proves that a budget-priced phone can still be stylish, however the handset is let down by a lack of multimedia features and will leave most users wanting more.
The X10 mini pro is at its best as a music player and short message handset, but its tiny size comes with sacrifices.
Sony Ericsson's M600i is a unique-looking Symbian-based smartphone with a great deal of business apps to keep you productive when you're on the road.
The P990i has a great pedigree. Earlier handsets in this series pushed at the smart phone envelope, and the series has a loyal following. Sony Ericsson has updated the software with the P990i and crammed in the features, but the company has missed a trick with the user interface, many aspects of which are annoying and obtuse
A logical extension of Sony Ericsson's existing product line, this is a fun little customisable camera phone with slightly more than the usual bells and whistles. But like a few mid-range models, in a couple of years' time it'll be a dinosaur.
Sony's Xperia 1 III offers a Snapdragon 888 5G platform, improved cameras and a 4K OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. There's a lot to like if you're into photography, video, gaming or media consumption, but battery life could be better.
Sony Ericsson's Z800i takes 3G clamshells to the next level with a 1.3 megapixel rotating camera, Bluetooth, MP3 playback and a Memory Stick Duo slot for up to 1GB of storage.
The Sony Ericsson W350a isn't hopeless but it's not our choice for a Walkman phone.