the phone is really strong i also had the experience of the phone falling to the 2nd floor as well and it still works well
the best phone ever. yesterday the phone fellt from the 2nd flor and the phone is intact .K300 forever
Not a bad phone but the memory could be a LOT better! some pictures, a couple of videos and a couple of songs and my memory is almost completely consumed - a mem card slot would have been good in this phone.
i've been using this phone for alomst a year n i hate it.the pictures are not that clear...and the keypad is so tiny..it's very hard to sms
I hate this phone because somtimes it blocks,and it is so with all the sony ericsons' :-(((
Since few weeks i started setting up Mp3 tones on my K3, Its sound quality is quite kool & whenever some body calls & the phone rings, every body start staring @ me wondering which cell phone could it be !!! I Love it :p
The phone is a great phone but the camera doesn't work well the piture are not very clear.
If you're referring to the comments posted by disappointed, then if you want to know it, let me tell you that I'm sure that the battery was genuine because the mobile was bought from an operator called VODAFONE.I think that this operator is a very well known and reliable one.The box in which it was bought was branded with the operator. Thus the phone and everything in it was brand new.Maybe what happened to my brother was just an unfortunate event.Thank God it doesn't happen to everyone! I must admit that SE is a very good producer of mobile phones in terms of features.
However, when it comes to practical things,it shows some flaws.For example, why not put a rubber cover on ALL SE phones connectors (as in K700i?),& not just some of them?! With time a connector exposed to the outside environment becomes dirty and it becomes very difficult to make a connection with the charger/handsfree/headphones.I know this from experience.So pls SE do make connector covers...it would give you the edge (from the practical point of view) on other mobile producers.
Well i guess the problem with your battery was that 1. Its was'nt genuine or 2. You've bought the used headset, I'm in Karachi,pakistan & we have the same problems like packing the used headset & selling it again, thats why i use to buy phones from Well known shops like MZ or United mobiles ... I did'nt have a single prob in my K300i & I'm so happy since i bought it & now i about to go for its DAD, Thats K750i LOL.
yeah i know i am so technical as i explain everything with a fact, but then i just wanted to explain something so people/customer like us won't be fooled by only simple or ordinary problems like that explosion you just shared in me... i know it's very very disappointing that it happens,.. but anyway it's upon you to trust SE in your place after that incident... you may also try any company you wanted to try. due to the fact that i am a loyal SE user for so many years.. i can deffinitely say that that happening is a big slap to SE's reliability to their products mostly customer care.. but anyway, good luck and thank you for listening!..
@ Sef: Unfortunately I am not as technical as you are (although I should have done some research myself), & I cannot remember whether the battery was either of the two types.I could not read anything on the battery after it exploded because it was totally burnt.But I know it is original.
I may be wrong in the technicalities, but I sure remember the incident.I think (imo) that the problem was that the mobile was being charged in a way other than the manufacturer intended.This had to be done because as I said, the connecting port became dysfunctional.This probably contributed to what happened.
Btw thanks for your interest & info Sef! :)
for the guy below me:
well, if that's the case, could you please tell me what kind of battery is that(the one that exploded)? ...is it a lithium polymer one(li-poly/li-po) or an li-ion one? because according to my research, lithium-polymer batteries are not flamable nor it wont explode.. in a li-ploymer battery, the lithium salt electrolyte is not held in an organic solvent like in the proven lithium ion design, but in a solid polymer composite such as polyacrylonitrile... solid polymer electrolyte is not flammable unlike the organic solvent that the Li-Ion cell uses.. these batteries are less hazardous if mistreated... either, only li-ion batteries have that chance to have explosion,..
yeah you may be right that the inflation is caused by the kind of energy used in that battery for it to charge(overresistance) as you have said, they used solar,.. but it could only be dangerous if you got a fake product, even it comes from an authorized seller, it could be manufacturer's failure nor the seller's falure(due to the fact that some sellers modify the phones before selling)...
I said this based from my experiences, i have no intention of saying you're wrong, but indeed that will surely happen if a manufacturer has made few mistakes in which people are the biggest victims... but then i have tried so many SE's and Nokias but only experienced that using Class A batteries before... even now... i admit i am careless using my phone, mostly dropping my battery and overcharging that, but using original batteries, i dont even experience that incident again... hope you wont mind that. it's only my opinion...
@ Sef: I am totally sure that the battery was an original one.This phone was bought from a major phone operator, and was branded as such & had the operator's software installed.
However, to say the truth, in the last six months of the mobile's life (the mobile battery's life lasted 1 year), the charging port of the mobile got defective (could not make contact) and eventually we stopped using it altogether. The phone's battery was then charged with solar power so as to continue using it. Maybe that's why it got inflated (probably coz the acid leaked...my bro thought it was air). Obviously if he knew that the battery was becoming "inflated" with acid, he would surely not do what he did.
I think you've got a bad product, or it's a fake product.. coz none of us that uses this kind of battery doesn't experience exploding,.. i remember when my friend have his battery li-ion from nokia(which is a class a product only) got inflated and becomes intensely hot, we throw that battery and it inflates until it exploded... then we decided to use original batteries and throw all of our non-original batteries to prevent that accident, 3 years later, we didin't experience that anymore, i'm now using SE and my friends too, and all of us dropped not only the battery many times, but also our own phone, in which nothing happened, please don't be offended by my words, but i think you've got a fake battery on your SE,..
First of all it's not about SE batteries, When ever you'll buy any type of battery whether its a button or AA or AAA or what ever type it is if it'll be over charged or leak it'll explode, Thats a fact its not just with SE batteries BRO ...
My bro just witnessed a terrible experience with this mobile. At first he noticed that the battery was not fitting in his mobile because it looked inflated. So he tried to puncture it very lightly with a needle to displace out what he thought was air trapped in the battery. The battery just exploded (literally) almost in his face! "Luckily" he only suffered burns in his hand.
What I can say is this: NEVER EVER mess with mobile batteries! Even original ones (as in this situation)! He did not disassemble or incinerate it, yet all this happened. Although I was an admirer of SE phones, right now I am not that convinced.
Maybe he was not clever to do what he did to the battery, but not in a million years did he expect that this would happen. I swear (& I mean it) that all that I said is true & it wasn't my intention to harm SE in any way with what I said here.
Opaulim,. same with my phone too.. i though it was my phone's failure so that happens, but then i figured out that the program itself has a bug,. because the only faulty is the ability to send files to the phone... and to remedy the problem,.. better send the file you wanted to put in your phone manually,.. i mean, right click on the file and then click send to: then another computer... if ou are using infrared,.. but if you are using bluetooth,.. better use the driver included in the usb package, or you can use "sony ericsson file manager" that is downloadable at sonyericsson.com...
hope this helps...
hi its jay here. the only thing thts bad about this phone is it memory if it had a card slot i would love this fone to bits. at the moment i got 2 songs on the phone but i can put 1 more song on but then it will take most of my memory. the way i put music on is using usb cable and using a thing called musicmatch jukebox then go to my computer then my music then choose what u wont.