Sony Ericsson T310 review
| ||Review: September 2003
In a nutshell: A very basic colour phone.
The Sony Ericsson T310 is the successor to the Sony Ericsson T300. The main difference between the T300 and T310 is the physical appearance of the phone. The Sony Ericsson T310 features a new squarer, slimmer design that is perhaps smarter and easier to hold than the more rounded T300. The colour scheme is also new, with contrasting colours like the T610, as opposed to the pastel colours that Sony Ericsson has used in previous phones. Build quality is very solid.
Apart from the exterior changes, the T310 is otherwise very similar to the T300, although the software has been updated, with faster response times. New games have also been made available for the T310. The Sony Ericsson T310 is a good basic multimedia phone with optional plug-in camera, polyphonic ringtones, and a changeable front cover. However, reliability and reception can be quite poor.
Sony Ericsson T310 features include:
- Colour display (256 colours, 101 x 80 pixels)
- WAP (GPRS), email
- High Speed Data (HSCSD - up to 28.8 kbps)
- Optional snap-on camera (CommuniCam™)
- Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) & Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) - send pictures and sound like text messages
- Downloadable polyphonic & mono ringtones (32 voice), plus ringtone editor
- Mobile chat
- Predictive text input (T9)
- Built-in modem
- Voice dialling
- Picture phone book
- Downloadable games
- Exchangeable covers
- Background picture
- Calculator, calendar
- Size: 104 x 49 x 19 mm
- Weight: 97g
- Battery standby: 400 hours
- Battery talktime: 11 hours
- Vibration alert
- Tri band
Sony Ericsson T310 user reviews
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Average rating from 85 reviews:
Reviewed by Dan from Belgium on 10th Jul 2010
I hated this phone. I thought it was rubbish. I now have a much better
phone, the w300i. This is a much better phone. I think you should all
go and get this phone instead because the t310 is junk.
Reviewed by hrishik from india on 17th Oct 2009
i hav used the t310 n its an amazing fone....cud any1 pl help me wid
the battery?? its unavailable here in india...i desperately need a battery
for this phone..please contact me on my id firstname.lastname@example.org
awaiting ur reply
Reviewed by Praveenpv from India on 9th Feb 2009
Its a good phone. Last 6 years its with me, Still its working perfectly.
Reviewed by Klas from Sweden on 7th Aug 2008
I have the phone now for more than foyr years and still works perfect.
Reviewed by CHarlotte from u.k on 16th Sep 2007
Lmao This Is Class!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by tamil vanan from india on 19th Aug
i hate this mobile phone,because its pretty difficult to manage with
it..i am using the mobile for 2 years ,it was working properly for 1
year but now ..i couldnt call& message no one ...i am not receiving
any calls and messages.....i am very much worried with this problem,and
i am sure that its the problem with handset.........
Reviewed by Vonfenel from Philippines on 12th
Reviewed by Sumit Sethi from India on 25th Jan
I have been using T 310 since June 2004 and I am realy satisfied with
it. I am in no mood to change it, atleast for a while. This phone has
been a revolution in Basic GPRS technology of its time and the features
it has are much much advanced then any other phone of its time and category.
It is very reliable too.
Reviewed by DarkKnight from India on 16th Nov
I have had this phone now for 5 years. I have not yet had a single problem
with it. The battery is now down to daily recharge but still works fine.
This is one amazing phone and I would not trade it in for anything.
Just perfect for all your basic needs, and a little more. Cameras and
video recorders on mobiles are just a waste anyway. I am very happy
Reviewed by ravi from UK on 19th Jul 2006
i have had this phone for about 3 years and it is still working well.
the battery is great even though i accidentally spilt coke on the phone!
it is still a great phone if you are looking for something very reliable.
Reviewed by Cal from UK on 30th Dec 2005
Been using this phone for about 2 1/2 years, has had problems with losing
all my contacts, but the company was more than happy to sort this out
even thought I had already owned the phone for over a year! Obviously
now outdated but good for its time and its now cheap (i assume) price
Reviewed by Jawjaw Geez from Philippines on 18th
25 months ago, I bought this brick! I was contemplating on getting a
T68i, a Nokia 3530 or this one. I don't know why but I ended up with
this thing. I call it the missing link and just as ugly. Calls get dropped
with no reason even if I change providers. Speaker slit lets in all
sorts of dirt and dust. The sound is so darn soft! Can't see much in
broad daylight. After I find a phone backup program this bar is history!
Sony-Ericsson didn't even bother writing a driver for this thing, it
is recognized as T300. ZITS! T310 is a limbo model
Reviewed by Peter from Nigeria on 4th Nov 2005
Review from Nigeria I sold my motorola c350 to get this phone. Fun phone,
Funky even, but the polyphonics are dissapointingly low i hear nothing
in minimally noisy areas. The infrared is nice - very compatible also
the gprs is quite fast, the 256 screen is even mamageable but the low
sound just totally messes it up!
Reviewed by Rony from Indonesia on 28th Oct 2005
This phone sucks, battery sucks.., display sucks.., reliability is poor.
Problems were: signal loss, heat from the speaker, ugly design, no interesting
additional features. I have sold this phone and bought other brand.
Reviewed by saitan from india on 23rd Oct 2005
simply good and economical
Reviewed by kurdi from indonesia on 17th Oct 2005
T310 is strong.. good sounds.. good corvereage.. good fitur for class
midle.. pokoke nampol.. it's good for everyone..
Reviewed by Priyank from UK on 20th Aug 2005
+Ve: 1) Good Value for Money. One of the best Mobile of its time. 2)
Battery too good. (I have this mobile for last 2 years and initially
used to charge it once a week even after talking/playing on it for 6-7
hours daily, Now I charge it once 4 to 5 days, very good as compared
to New hand sets of Nokia, Samsung, Motorola ... etc) 3) All the good
features, GPRS, IR etc. 4) Good sound, ring tones. -Ves 1) Response
a bit slow though not very slow 2) Bit Delicate, dont drop it on the
floor. 3) No calendar in Tabular form.
Reviewed by d0d0 The Cracker from Ukrain on 13th
I have been useing this mobil phone over 2 years I found it to eazy
beautfull every thing you need to talk by. he is wonderfull with the
car system and it's his one problem that the screen is only 256 colors.
but how ever still better than Nokia I have a lot of Photo that nokia
can not open it. else the sony ericsson work better with Laptop an intrnet
Conection than Nokia. and the ability with connect any dives have Ir-port.
he is the best.
Reviewed by Christos Kampouridis from Greece on
7th Aug 2005
Although it's my mum's phone iuse alot because she is quite old and
doesn't care about technology. It's quite a good phone with the usual
demands, and a slim body. Apart from the looks it is getting quite old-fashioned.
I have to say that I do have high expectations but I mean, c'mon WHO
LIKES A PHONE WITH A 256 COLOR DISPLAY. You'll probably tell me that
it is good enough for the average user and you're right. So that's why
I'm putting three stars.
Reviewed by Becki from UK on 10th Jul 2005
I got this phone over 2 years ago and have had no major problems with
it. It is of an alright quality though phones out now are MUCH better.
Reviewed by louise from philippines on 3rd Jul
i asked for this phone for my birthday and now it's one of the worst
regrets i have. i should've asked for a half dozen pairs of chuck taylors
than 2 spend the equal amound for a brand new t310 at that time. it's
a bad bad phone. bad resolution trashy camera. never had a good picture
it always looks rubbish.. yeah the tones may be a bit better in melody
than some but i barely hear it specially in public places. what's more,
the program is too slow and the joystick won't work good 65% of the
time. the keypads are small and noisy and it hurts my fingertips when
i type messages. i just hate t310 it's literally just a paperweight
for my mail now. i don't find it user-friendsly at all! don't buy it!
i'm getting a new phone this week i can't take it anymore i'm not even
selling it i'm just gonna give it to my 9-year old brother for him to
Reviewed by Ariel from Singapore on 16th May 2005
this phone rawks!!!!!!!1 whoever uses this phone totally rawks n tat
is true !!!!!!!!
Reviewed by SOUMITRA BISWAS from INDIA on 1st
SINCE MAY 2003 I AM USING SONY ERICSSON T310. IT IS REALLY A VERY GOOD
PHONE TO USE. I AM TOTALLY SATISFIED WITH IT.
Reviewed by Adex from Nigeria on 21st Apr 2005
These phone is a bit okay, i wouldn't say it's the best, but definetly
one of tha best. I've used these phone for more than 4 months, and it
hasn't developed much fault, just that it goes off by itself sometimes
which oughts not to be. The battery life, Okay, but the colour display
is so poor. But for a phone of it's class, it's pretty manageable. I'll
award it three stars.
Reviewed by Alvin from Indonesia on 23rd Mar 2005
Bought it in early 2004 and unfortunately I cannot use it anymore due
to signal loss. I tried to fix it in SE service centre. Their suggestion
was to replace all the inside board and it cost me as high as the second
hand T310. I'm very dissapointed with that. From some websites I know
that there are some signal loss problems with SE model (T66, T600)in
other countries also. Another problem with this phone (and also other
SE models) is the heat created from the speaker when we talk more than
a couple of minutes.
Reviewed by james from australia on 24th Nov 2004
got phone in july 2003 went fine for a while say 6 months. had a lot
of fun with it at first lots of ringtones with good sound. not as customiseable.
now i have the reset prob phone goes to the enter pincode screen sometimes
usually in poor reception areas, but the keypad stays locked when happens.
battery is getting week, does have bad reception always goes to sos
calls only when i'm in full service. genrally an ok phone at first but
not worth it since my contract has still 7months left.
Reviewed by Ben from UK on 14th Nov 2004
I've had a T310 for just over a year now. To be honest, I've been quite
dissapointed with it. Before I bought it, I had a Nokia 3310, which
never broke, was robust, and easy to use. The T310, although alright
overall, has had several problems. The back cover tends to fall off
from the smallest touch, and because the battery automatically comes
out when the back cover comes off, this turns the phone off. The phone
to sim connection is poor; several times my list of contacts has been
semi-deleted (the names and numbers are lost, but an undeletable blank
name is left). The reception is also poor, I can't make a call from
my house, and I live in south east England, so its hardly a black spot.
I think that if you are considering buying this phone, you look elsewhere,
perhaps at a Nokia 3510i (similar) or an upgrade to the T610.
Reviewed by paco from españa on 29th Oct 2004
Reviewed by DJM from Australia on 26th Oct 2004
It has alot features that take time to find the www.sonyericsson.com
site is mad it lets you downlode free SonyEricsson stuff for free. Like
tones, games, programes ect Thanks DJM
Reviewed by Sudean from Jamaica on 25th Oct 2004
First of all i must say if you have not yet purchase a sony ericsson
T310 Do Not!! No matter were in the world you go the reception is poor
the camera doesn't take great pictures, the ringtones are too low,when
I bought the phone the GPRS didn't work the just it shuts down by itself
what I like? the shape and IR.Bottom line don't buy it.
Reviewed by Nick from UK on 16th Oct 2004
I bought this phone just over a year ago and I have had no problems
with it. My only gripe is that it takes a while to load the games and
Hi-Fi ringtones are all the rage now. The Tony Hawk game is good, but
Ace of spades is extremely additctive and there is sony ericcson's flagship
game MiniGolf. Considering the phone came out last summer it still surpasses
other phones which have been released since such as Siemens' entire
60series, Sony Ericsson's poor follow up T230 and many nokia phones.
I love Sony Ericssons free downloadable games and ringtones. The t310
has now passed its baton onto the new k500 but the phone will probably
remain as one of the best Sony Ericsson models.
Reviewed by Justine
on 21st Aug 2004
I have owned this phone for 8 months and I think it's OK. It's better than my previous Ericsson, but I think that the new T610 or T630 is much better. Good things about this phone: 1) great looking stylish metal case 2) joystick 3) colour screen 4) good value. Bad things: 1) reception is a bit dodgy 2) can't transfer numbers from the phone's memory to the sim card 3) ringtones are boring. This phone is pretty cheap, however, so I think that it's worth looking at if money is tight. Not a bad first mobile, and different to all the Nokias what everyone else has.
Reviewed by Arun from India on 23rd Jul 2004
had this phone for about 6 months,the signal strength (reception) is
very poor where other phones show me 5 towers T310 will have 1 or 2
,calls gets disconnected frequently, I guess if this issue is resolved
T310 would be ths best since all other features are really good.
Reviewed by Joey from Netherlands on 19th Jul
This phone is worthless. It has lousy reception, the joystick oftentimes
refuses to work, the polyphonic ringtones sound terrible and it's impossible
to delete most of 'em, the charger and/or the handsfreeset don't work
because of a terrible method of connection, the phone sometimes shuts
off all by itself...
Reviewed by Derek Murray from St Lucia on 10th
Reasonable priced for the phone's features. My only disappointment is
the phone's poor reception, could be annoying.
Reviewed by Rowly from Bangladesh on 2nd Jul 2004
I would rate this as a lousiest phone. Becasue you cannot see the list
of phone numbers from your sim. Nither you can enter any number directly
in SIM. You can not even transfer your number form phone memory to SIM
by chosing the number. It hangs up. I could find any software from the
manufactures for managing Phone book for message.In last 4 years I used
Nokia. This is first try with Sony Ericsson. This is pice of junk.
Reviewed by Haimanti from India on 1st Jul 2004
Sleek, feature-rich, convenient to handle, classy and affordable. And
sturdy too! Mine has taken a few rough falls & survived(touchwood!)
The joystick is a great feature. But it could improve on some features
though. No1 -User-friendliness. Its very cumbersome to reply to sms;
one has to select so many options! And sms/mms alerts are too soft to
be heard. There are hardly any options for alert tunes either. But overall-GOOD
VALUE FOR MONEY
Reviewed byn/a from england on 26th Jun 2004
if you are still thinking of buying this fone,dont. the picture is terrible,
the charger doesn't work, the camera quality is poor,thats if it decides
to work, the shape is horrible, it scratches easily and cover cannot
be changed,the battery gives up after a couple of hours. There are much
better fones on yhe market for its price.eg.sendo 330! If you want my
tip, dont buy dis fone!
Reviewed by george from philippines on 22nd Jun
i had this phone for a week now,in fact,this is my second unit coz it
seems like the first one i got has a problem-i mean a problem...i dont
know if it was corrupted by the seller.but honestly it got me mad wen
i noticed that it only have 2games and a couple of polytones.so i opted
to have a replacement for a new one-of course the same unit.wen i have
it home,i explore the best outta it but to my amazement(absolutely disapppointed)it
only have 3message alert tones which i cant personalized the poly ones.but
anyway dats it!so far i havent gone to any problems yet hop it wont
happen in the long run.ooopppsss...my concern anyway to this stuff is:i
cant have the polyphonic tones supported by sony ericsson.com it seems
so hard for me download it!any help for this stuff wil do and wud be
Reviewed by private from Canada on 1st Jun 2004
Pro: Solid build, joystick, color LCD, a lot of UI features, IR Cons:
Bad reception (most important), small keys, no USB
Reviewed by Cheenu from India on 26th May 2004
Games and polyphonic tones are very good. but you don't buy phone for
this. very poor built, gets automatically switched off in local trains
of Mumbai. Slow software. Hangs while recording. Moreover when it started
switching on & off on its own I had search for a fool to buy this f###in
phone. die but don't buy this phone. if offered free, keep a backup
Reviewed by Jack Daniel Forth from England on
4th May 2004
When i first got this phone it was great but then the problems started
it keped on freezing the couler was poor and also the camera was rubish.
Now i am asking 02 for it. IT SSSSSSUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!
Reviewed by dANE BEDFORD from AISA on 4th May
iT LOOKED LIKE LEGO A BRICK TOTALY UN COOL SO LAST YEAR IF IT HAD A
INTEREGATED CAMERA IT WOULD OF BIN ACE PUT IT AINT SO I SAY DONY BUY
Reviewed by mikey from uk on 3rd May 2004
i got it when its technolagy was a spec and the next day the ngage came
out good things its size (good as a paperwhaght) bad the rest of the
Reviewed by James Nethercoat from UK on 27th Apr
ok, when i orderd this phone off the internet, i at first, thought to
be quite good and overall a good buy. After a couple of DAYS, i receved
an email telling me the charger needed to be recalled due to a preddure
build up in the plud, thus being a fire hazzard. Fair enough and whithin
a couple of days Sony Ericsson colected the faulty charger. that was
alright but unknowingly, i would not receive a replacement charger for
4 weeks due to 'overwhelming demand for the recall part'. In this time,
i was left without a telephone and ofter calling up 6-7 times finnaly
received a charger. For a while my phone was alright but then, just
a couple of months later my phone somtimes swiched itself off and still
does today. Other problems i have had are that the screen had started
to crack at the top, the battery cover comes off regularly and just
recently the; 1,4,6,8 buttons and the joystick somtimes also stop working
randomly. Overall, this phone aint rite good, but it does provide some
fun when playing catch (with it)!
Reviewed by Rachel from Scotland on 12th Apr 2004
This is a great phone. There is a great range of ringtones and fun games.
You can also cange the theme of the phone!! This phones' camera is a
bit on the poor side fuzzy and bad graphics, but hey, it has a camera
and u can do ace little pictures whith it. The camera is not built in
which is kind of anoying. clip it on, clip it off......... the phone
is a bit slow but that doesnt bother me at all. The phone has great
features and i would recemend it to younger adults because of the games
and the ringtones. The phone is good for every thing but phoning, it
is a bit fuzzy when ur trying to speak to someone but other than that
i really like this phone, a lot.
Reviewed by JEHANGIR from INDIA on 31st Mar 2004
I THINK THIS PHONE HAS A VERY GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY AND IT HAS A GOOD
BUILD AND EXCELLENT CLARITY OF TELEPHONIC CONVERSATION IT ALSO HAS A
GOOD OS AND SOFTWARE(VERY USER FRIENDLY&STABLE)IT HAS A DECENT RESOLUTION
NO THAT GREAT!!! I WOULD ADVISE EVERYONE TO BUY IT OMLY NE DRAW BACK
ITS BODY GETS SCRACHED EASILY AND YOU CANT REPLACE THE COVER LIKE A
NOKIA OTHERWISE IT BEATS ALL OTHER PHONES IN ITS CLASS AND PRICE RANGE
Reviewed by Juncta Juvant from The Netherlands on
29th Mar 2004
Pros: Cheap, well built Cons: Poor screen, slow menu, manky charger,
terrible reception I've had this phone for a year now, but I was very
glad when I received my new phone after extending my contract. Let me
explain why: Allthough the T310 feels solid enough, the volume adjuster
on the side looks like it came from my Lego set. After some use the
charger often fails to connect properly to the phone and the menu really
is awfully slow. The screen has 256 colors, but they are not very vivid
and the resolution is not great either. But the worst thing is that
when I frequent areas where my operators coverage is sub-optimal, I
either don't receive any calls or I lose calls in mid conversation.
My friends all use the same operator as I do and they never have any
reception problems in the same areas where I lose calls (of course they
also don't have the T310). On the other hand, I must say that the phone
was rather cheap. And I must admit I was quite impressed when it stayed
in one piece after I'd thrown it out the window (only the battery cover
came off). In conclusion: Avoid this phone at all cost!
Reviewed by amit malviya from india on 26th Mar
To, Sony Ericsson Respected sir, I Amit Malviya, purchased Sony Ericsson
T-310 from Bangalore. The IMEEI NO. 351207-71-049151-1 & serial no.00101,
date of purchase is 06 june 2003. For the last three month the mobile
was not functioning properly & hanged frequently. I gave to service
center for repairing at Indore but after 15-20 joystick was not functioning,
I again gave it to Indore . Then new problem come it automatically switch
off and turn on. This problem in show to Bhopal service center on 09-03-04(
Vipul moters, tawa complex bittal market mo.no 9826284169) he saying
that ur mobile have to send Delhi, on 9th of this month I gave it to
Mr. Vipul, right from that day he always give lame excuse to me and
he didn't give standby handset to me. Last from 18 days I am suffering
business losses. This is my humble request to u plz. take a appropriate
action Truly Amit malviya Bhopal, M.P. Or I have to take help from consumer
Reviewed by arlene from philippines on 7th Mar
Good things: The joystick makes your life much easier though it does
take some time to adjust to it - especially if you've been using Nokia
phones. Calls are amazingly clear even if the network signal is weak.
And despite its cheap price, it contains a wide variety of features
(just check the previous page). Finally, I like its "intelligent" features
such as vibrate when silent and auto keypad lock. And I found out that
when you set an alarm, it will still set off even when the phone is
turned off! Amazing... Bad things: Noisy keypad - here's an analogy:
Samsung's and Nokia's keypad:laptop keyboard is to SE T310:typewriter.
For other people, the resolution is poor. But I don't mind. Personally,
I'd rather buy a real digital camera than buy the camera attachment.
Why? Because pictures taken by the cheapest digital camera are way better
than those by a camera phone! All in all, I find the T310 a good buy!
Reviewed by Suresh Raju from india on 1st Mar
I have purchased this phone in Aug 2003 and in less than 2 months, the
phone started switching off itself and requires Charger to turn it on.
The phone locks up when I use the recorder. Infra red does not work.
Took this phone to the service center and they reported that the motherboard
is faulty and charging me for repair even though the phone is in one
yr warranty - Instead I can purchase a new phone. received a bad service
Reviewed by Davy from Belgium on 27th Feb 2004
Hi I 've bought a Sony Ericson T310 about 1 year ago . My question is
: when can i buy the communicam for this phone . I asked it a few times
to my dealer but he says that it can take a long time when it gets there
, but now its a year ago and i still haven't a camera for my phone .
Can someone help me please . I thank you very much ( Jedaso_387@skynet.be
Reviewed by emily vallestero from philippines on
27th Feb 2004
Congratulations Sony Ericsson, based in my perception I considered the
best mobile phone...easy, classy and affordable. Keep it up and I know
you can make it to be the number 1.......More power to you and less
power to them......!
Reviewed by Chloe from UK on 22nd Feb 2004
My m8 has got dis fone an i tink it's v. disapointing. Da camera is
c### and daa screen is c### and da fone is generally borin
Reviewed by Victor Crane from England on 22nd
While I agree with many of the reviews here regarding the features of
the T310, I must point out what I feel to be a few of its weaknesses.
From the outset I have found the phone to be a little overworked. Simple
things like inputting text too quickly seem to cause my handset problems
as the predictive dictionary gets about four words behind me before
coming up with completely the wrong text. The handset has on several
occasions crashed whilst running the games and the speed of menu navigation
is unbearable as I wait for ages for the option I have selected to actually
open. The phone is incredible value for money but if I'd know I'd have
to sacrifice so much performance for the sake of some silly tunes that
are far far too quiet and a very poor screen resolution I'd happily
have stuck with my old faithful black and white Nokia. In short, you
can't get Pentium 3 performance from a 486. Mind you, if you were to
spend a bit of extra cash and go for the T610 you'd be in posession
of a true mobile work of art.
Reviewed by Vanja from Croatia on 18th Feb 2004
Phone is fine, but there`s one thing i can`t do with the phone; how
can i transfer pics from camera to my PC using the USB cable??? any
help is precious.
Reviewed by Alex Burchett from UK on 8th Feb 2004
I wish I could say it was brilliant but I can't. I have had nothing
but problems because my phone keeps switching itself off for no reason
. The company which repairs them,Celestica,kept my phone from 1/12/03
until 21/1/04 and it is still doing the same thing.They were impossible
to contact and this was the second time it had gone in for repair.It
originally went in November 2003 having bought it in June.I was left
without a phone all that time and am still going to have to get a new
one. Sony Ericsson? I don't think so.
Reviewed by Alran Biggern from Britain on 27th
This cut little phone is a excellent phone for pre or full teens who
want a budget,good quality camera phone. With it's cool small size &
excellent feautures this little baby is not to be questioned by it's
size. Just excellent value for money
Reviewed by Andrew
on 17th Jan 2004
People talk about this and that when it comes to the Sony Ericsson T310. Some say poor graphics because of it\'s 256 (8-bit) colour screen and slow response times. Well I say this, if the screen had more colours and if it had a TFT instead of passive matrix then the price would be sky high and then it would have to contend in the high end phone market which means that less people would see the beauty of the phone\'s features because many people are not going to fork out a lot of money to buy cell phones these days. In my opinion the phone is a masterpiece considering the fact that it\'s a level entry phone which is able to compete with some high end phones. Sony & Ericsson has put a lot of work into the screen despite the small amount of colours. The majority of the graphics are clear, especially downloaded pictures which is surprising for a 256 colour screen. If you people want to criticise then complain about Nokia\'s worthless 3530 which has 4096 colours and shows picture! s horribly. I have compared many photos and animated pictures with a SE-T310 (256 colour screen) and the Nokia 3530 (4096 colour screen) and the Nokia 3530 CAN\'T come close. Surfing the web on the SE-T310 is beautiful compared to many other phones as well, WAP 2.0 is tuff. I won\'t even get into the SOUND SYSTEM area where SE-T310 has a 32 channel/chord/tone polyphonic system whereas other level entry phones AND HIGH END phones only feature a 4/8/16 channel/chord/tone (most Nokias has 4 channels, only the series 60 comes with 24 channels)polyphonic system. Whatever the case, the fact that most high end and really expensive phones doesn\'t go up to 32 channels like the Nokia 7650 & 3650 which has 24 channels, the Sony Ericsson is the best phone you could get a such a giveaway price. The gaming platform is also one of the best. People, need I say more ???
Reviewed by Mati
on 17th Jan 2004
Ten Things I Hate About This Phone: 1) Low screen resolution. 2) Can\'t change the volume level. 3) Can\'t change screen savers. 4) Can\'t change message alert tone. 5) Can\'t delete pre-installed items. 6) Short battery life. 7) Limited memory. 8) Sound Recoreder volume is not much loud. 9) No new good themes and games to download. 10) Not much user freindly ( but i can used to any brand of phones). Ten Things I Like About This Phone: 1) It\'s Cute and unique colors. 2) Not common in our country. 3) It\'s colored. 4) It has themes. 5) it has phone/message memory. 6) It\'s syncronized. 7) Accessory ready. 8) It has organizer. 9) Superb sound (because its SONY). 10) MMS/gprs/sms/sync capable.
Reviewed by anja from serbia and montenegro on
2nd Jan 2004
perfect phone for that price,outstanding phone
Reviewed by Alexander from Canada on 28th Dec
This little phone is amazing! The colour screen makes all other new
phones look like junk. The games and ringtones are great. I love the
free Composer program because I can write my own ringtones. The only
problem with it is that the ringtones are a little bit quiet but you
can turn it up. The phone has an excellent design and it easy to hold.
The enclosed battery is very attractive. My friends are all jealous
of me and my T310. I recommend this great cell phone to all young teens
like myself just because it is colourful and fun. Also, the batteries
last an incredable length of time so you don't have to charge it very
Reviewed by Sreekanth P from India on 26th Dec
The phone is very good. I am writing the problems in the phone. 1. Quick
Dialing. When you change/add a number for quick dialling, it forces
you to copy the entire phone book on the phone memory to sim card. As
a result, the advantage of additional 250 numbers on sim is lost. 2.
Insert No/Name in SMS. This is a feature which I miss a lot. Now you
have to go to manage contact and send it. It is not stored even in out
box. 3. Insert no in sms. You need to hold the number key for few seconds,
then the number appears. I dont think it has been documented. 4. Infrared
- The internet connection(GPRS) through infrared is very slow when compared
to Cable. 5. Call from sim/phone memory: This option is missing. So
if you have more than 250 numbers, then u need to go to 'call from sim'
option every time.
Reviewed by dilly
on 15th Dec 2003
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!if i could go below 1 star i wud the only thing decent on the whole phone iz the ring tone calle nightwalk.ive had a few month now any 1 who reads this DONT BUY IT ITS A WASTE OF MONEY my personal opinion go and buy da sagem myx-6 much beter fone n camera.DONT BUY PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Aiden from United Kingdom on 5th Dec
this is by far the coolest phone in the entire world... even more so
than the disappointingly ugly T-610. The games are great, i've had no
problems with the volume of the ringtones or fragility. if you are wondering
whether or not to buy this handset... just look at the other consumer
reviews! (it's easily better than the 3-star rating given by the site)
Reviewed by Becky from United Kingdom on 5th Dec
Funky fone, cool, buy it!!!!
Reviewed by Liam from United Kingdom on 5th Dec
All you non-T-310 owners are unaware of what you are missing! But i
shall forgive you for you know not what you do.
Reviewed by Dange tyruis from Japan on 29th Nov
I got the phone yesterday and it is excellent. It's attractive and very
clever and interactive. Only problem is the fact that the ringtones
are a bit quite. But it is great and i think it beats the expensive
samsung flip phones. :)
Reviewed by Marj from Philippines on 26th Nov
This unit is amazing. In comparison to other phones in its category,
the T310 is way ahead in its class. Feature for feature, this phone
gives the consumers the best value for money. The color display and
resolution is decent enough for a small phone and takes pictures well
which looks even better when downloaded to your laptop or pc (better
than Nokias in this category). I also beamed polyphonic ringtones from
the T310 to my Nokia 6610 & 3650 and to be honest, the files sound better
on the T310. Overall, I would recommend this phone. It is reasonably
priced, handy, stylish and packed with features that is hard to beat.
Reviewed by Klengz from Philippines on 17th Nov
I think the phone is really good especially when it comes to its battery
and calls.It very crisp and clear. The design is also but the downside
is it resolution but when you upload it on email its a lot better than
photos taken with nokia phone except high end nokia phone. I think the
phone is really good for people who's hip.
Reviewed by Dylan from Australia on 10th Nov 2003
This phone is great value for money, but my main problem is the polyphonic
ringtones are way too quiet. If I'm at a party or a remotely noisy room,
i can't hear a thing.
Reviewed by Lana from Canada on 3rd Nov 2003
i got this phone yesterday and its been great... itss fun and it makes
calls and recieves them just like any other phone so i cant complain
there. b4 i bought it i read a lot of reviews saying its slow but really
its not... u cant expect a little tiny phone jampacked with stuff to
jump from screen to screen at the speed of light. its not slow at all
and ive already got a couple ringtones downloaded off a friend via IR
... n e way so far so good id recommend this phone 4 sure
Reviewed by Vinod
on 23rd Oct 2003
I had this model for the past one & a half month, It has all the ingredients to be a very successful phone. It deserves for 5 stars. It is having so decent look which impress any person standing near to you, moreover the presentation of predefined birthday, invitation,etc templates are so impressive that the reciever of these templates will plan to buy this phone only, also it is having dolby surrounding sound which nokia phones don\'t have.
Reviewed by Jason L from Australia on 17th Oct
I have bought this phone recently and i am more than impressed with
it for $389 dollers it has a a good resoulution but the 256 (8 bit)
colors could be boosted to a 4096 (12 bit) the joystick is a breeze
to speed through the menus. I also got a clip on camera with the phone
its it good resoulution 640x380 for mms or email but the phones 256
colors doesnt look to colorful enough. The 32 bit polyphonic ring tones
a frigen good compared to most nokias i was impressed. the phone has
a good battery with over 400 hours standby and 11 hours talktime compared
to the nokia 3530 wich is like 100 hours standby. The only problem I
have with this phone and heaps of other phones is the phone U.I is a
bit slow like i press a botton and it comes up on the screen a bit later.
I recomened this phone to teenagers because they take it to school and
there all got a 3315 and there like so jelouse if they see you with
Reviewed by Jason L
on 17th Oct 2003
I have Had this phone for 1 month now and I am very impressed with it of what it can really do for a 300 doller phone the only thing that let the 5 star down was the U.I is a little bit slow so when i press buttons it doesnt come up on the screen straight away. recommended for teenagers
Reviewed by mÖrÞhèúS© from India on 12th Oct 2003
got this phone recently. real value for money. the battery gives a decent
performance(4-5 days avg.). build quality is also above par. the buttons
give excellent tactile feedback ( for a sms junky like me, typing away
at lightning speeds ) though they need a little 'push'. great contrasting
colour screen despite only 256 colours. pop client and all. sony ericsson
claim availability of changeable style-up covers ( face-plates ), but
i haven't been able to find one here yet ( it's available on ebay though
) talk about support! even sony showroom doesn't have it. of course
we don't expect 'nokia-ish' following for T310, but they should at least
make available what they claim. the screen is slightly bulging, and
a rough handler like me would make it ask for replacement within a few
months of use. all in all a really good choice. much much more value
than a similarly priced nokia.
Reviewed by ami from india on 11th Oct 2003
the best fone availble for cheap cost... and many facilities are available
at low cost compare with the other brands,,
Reviewed by andrew hardy from india on 9th Oct
i sold my motorola c350 just for this phone dudes .....l.and i must
say this is an awesome baby ...which i always wanted.its light small
and has a camera attachment.which is better than the huge 3650 and 7650
Reviewed by jacob from england on 21st Sep 2003
the t310 is the best cheap phone there is
Reviewed by Abhishek from India on 16th Sep 2003
Bought the phone recently. PErforming well on all features. The thing
which i dont like in is that battery charging status light on its top.
it would have been better had the light been a service light rather
than what it is now.
Reviewed by Saikat Deb from Zanzibar on 5th Sep
I replaced my samsung with T310. The it is a great little phone with
a daam easy way to navigate the menus. All the features including the
resolution of the screen is great. The battery time is pretty good (if
you dont use the phone for playing games all the way) I have not found
any problem with it (:) i have little time to play). The two features
that i found unacceptable are the buttons, they are not smooth and dont
feel solid. It seems they will comeoff. Hope sony changes it. In addition
the ringtones are no way close to samsung.
Reviewed by Sandeep from India on 6th Aug 2003
I bought this phone for USD $ 200 in India. Overall phone is good and
comes up with bundeled software at very acceptable price. Battry is
also nice, in average working conditions it holds upto 4-5 days. Only
problem which i have seen is that while using heavy wallpapers and theames,
navigatition through menu becomes little sluggish. Overall a cute-nice
phone at excellent price.
Reviewed by priyanka patra from india on 4th Aug
agreeing with the review that rates the sony ericsson t310 as excellent,i
hitch at a very vital point that must be considered in rating any advanced
cellular phone - its battery life.the battery life of the mentioned
model is disappointingly short and hence i changed my mind to rate it
at just good instead of an excellent.
Reviewed by Robert Bellamy from UK on 30th Jul
When I bought the T310, it came in a box with the handset, standard
charger and the MCA-25 camera. It cost me £89 on Orange 'Pay as you
go' at www.cyren-communications.co.uk When I first turned on the phone
it showed an animated sony ericsson logo and then by pressing the joystick
the menu appeared. It wasent an ordinary menu, all the icons were displayed
at the same time. From here I could go into: - Phone book, messages,
calls, fun & media, settings, communications, calender and other connection
settings. I found it easy to browse the menus and texting was easy with
T9 and the easy to press keys. When I used the camera it was decent
in good light but the quality was below average in normal light conditions
such as a room. It only features a 256 colour screen, but its good enough
for quick snap shots to send via mms and email. The main features were:
- Coloured Screen Picture Messaging Good Memory to download ringtones
etc 32 bit Polyphonic Ringtones The only disadvantage was the 256 colour
screen but do you really need a 70,000 colour screen just to send a
quick snapshot? = NO The size was normal, compared to the Nokias its
quite small but its larger than the latest flip phones. I recommend
this phone to anyone who wants a phone with loads of features at a budget
price. If you want a phone to take professional photos, then buy the
Samsung V200. But for fun, get the T310.