I got my Sony Ericsson T610 in august 2003, and I am still using it.
I can not decide what kind a phone I should get, therefore, I am still using my old phone.
Ps. that was/is just my second mobile phone, my first mobile phone was Nokia 5110, that I got in 1998.
What a great phone this was, looked beautiful with its glossy black plastic upper half over brushed metal lower. Only issue was the little joystick, ingress of dust stopped it working in certain directions. Would love to see older phones like these brought back with modern technology inside!
mimi, 08 Aug 2014does anyone knows who sells this phone model now. i really want to buy it now.I still have one with the detachable camera.
I still have my black/silver unit and perfectly still working well.Great to have this classy and retro looking phone nowadays.
does anyone knows who sells this phone model now. i really want to buy it now.
i love this mob..and its my 1st phone, i turn back to my school days were i msgd my girlfriends with this phone
wow this phone was awesome.. brings back memories.. i remember my ex gf and i had this same phone by accident lol... very reliable phone!
my 1st multimedia phone,superstrong,very reliable,great gaming,internet able, it really runs lots of good apps just be careful not to shortcut exit for it cause ram recovery problem...the downside joystick gets insensitive overtime,and the shell is prone in catching oily sort of
I can't get the internet to work on my phone,it comes up GPRS parameters not supported?
Shashank, 03 Sep 2013This was my Third phone, in 2003. The phone with great function. Camera, Bluetooth, colors and... moreI am currently using this phone as a replacement for dead Galaxy S3.
I am therefore thinking to sell it and keep using T610.
It's such a good phone...it survived from day 1.
This was my Third phone, in 2003. The phone with great function. Camera, Bluetooth, colors and robust. reason why this phone is very special to me is: I was not having pen drive may be not much famous in 2003 and don't have internet/ CD, Floppy drive on my local PC. I bought Bluetooth device, connected T610, Renamed my resume to midi (As phone doesn't except doc file), Taken to cybercafe, connected Bluetooth, transferred file to system and e-mailed it via attachment. Now i am in that Job and promoted. This is really life changing phone form me.
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2013does this item have charger I bought two and none have chargers do you have chargers from your... moreHi, you don't need any charger, you can use something that really works. I had the same problem like you and could charge the battery using a usb cable connected to the computer. You find all the explanations here: