a very good solution for you that want the t68 but don´t have enough money is to buy the t300 the only but thing is that there is no bluetooth!
PHONE USER,t68i has realy better software then Motorola,that is for sure.GD 67/68 is great phone too,but it does not have picture phonebook and picture taking.In this moment it is best option to buy t68i.
Perfect phone,only Nokia 3650 and P800 are better.You dont need Java becouse the games are great
Can anyone advise me which model should we buy in term of color screen phone? Right now in Singapore, Panasonic GD68, Motorola E360 & Sony Ericsson T68i is almost the same price and confused which is the better investment. Thanking in advance.
Have already upgraded to the latest software at the Sony Ericsson & were told it's was the T68ie (enhanced version) but still find quite soft. Hope that in the future software that we can customise our alert tone and that will make the phone more perfect.
Software upgrade should increase the sms tone a bit......heard that we would be able to customise our own sms tone in the coming software upgrade !!!
I have been using Nokia 8310/etc..all the while but begining of this month I decided to change it to T68i for a try. I like the phone as it's really good except for the message alert tone too soft. Can anyone, help me on how to improve the alert tone. Thanks.
by the way, i got it free as an upgrade from phones 4 u!!!!!
the strange thing is that my plan is only £15 per month!!!!!!!!!1
guys listen to me: This is the best phone ever!!!
i was a nokia hardliner: 3310, 8850, 8210, 8310, 6310, 6310i.....
all these phones r simply shitty when compared to this masterpiece!!!!
my only regret is being so late to buy it.
hey bob where are you from man?SPACE!that´s the model name!nokia has the 3510i that doesn´t mean that there are 3510abcdefghij there´s only 3510i!
HELLO, this is a cellphone called the T68i, what happened to the T68a,b,c,d,e,f,g, and h? i am very confused please help
personal i have a very good opinian about
sony ericsson t68i.if you want give me a mobile t68i.......
T68i is a good well rounded color Tri-band mobilephone, mainly target more to Business Users or Matured Consumers. Nokia are more for Trendy design to aim at the Young Customers. Overall, T68i is still one of the Best Phone around today.
hey guys this phone has been out in the market for 1 year i´m sure you can find someone near you to tell you about the phone!
Has anyone experienced problems with this phone? Is it stable? I think Nokia phones are more durable. what do you think?(as objectivelly as possible)
I am thinking very seriously to buy this phone(or maybe T300),the design is not great(maybe flip flop would have been ideal) but has nice features. my only concern is compatibility with other phones. When i was in Greece i had a T20, i was not able to send/receive images from other phones, and i was not able to send messages in Greek to phones with other providers. does any of you know if those bugs are fixed in this phone?
The T68i is a great phone, however, there are a few aspects of it that I think could be improved. First, the buttons on the keypad feel flimsy and loose. I expect better quality of workmanship for a phone this price. Second, the sliding button on the upper left of the phone feels weak and gives you the impression that it won't last very long. A combination of two (UP/DOWN) buttons would do just fine and make the phone feel more robust. Third, the joystick is hard on your thumbs and feels like it could break. I think a mini-trackball could be used instead of the joystick without sacrificing any of the joystick's good features. Fourth, the information in the user's manual is poor. I would like to see the manual expanded to include more information on Bluetooth connectivity (i. e. How to link to other devices like PDAs, PCs etc.) and the included games. Finally, changing the font size only affects some of the menus. If the font size is set to small the list of contacts still displays names and numbers on a larger font.
On the bright side, the T68i is a beautiful piece of hardware. The device is small, the battery life is great, and the software is written in a way that “makes sense.” Bluetooth connectivity allows you to easily transfer images or calendar data to the phone without any physical connections (I love this feature.) In summary, if one excludes the workmanship issues mentioned above, the T68i is a great phone.
P. S.: Did I mentioned the T68i doesn't have a protruding antenna?