k800 is alot worse than k810i. if i had the choice i would much rather pay through the roof to get this phone. the k800 has a poor battery life compared and only a rds radio whereas the k810 has the fm radio with rds. also is alot lighter which makes a big factor as my arms get tired really easy!!! i know it sounds silly but it does make a difference, if my hands are tired a cannot play to my full capability on pro evo and even got beat by dan the other night. overall the k810 is a great phone!!!
yes. it hangs. sometimes it restarts for no apparent reason. and yesterday my screen went bonkers. but i had a nokia before and witihn 2 months of use it was spoilt. so i guess its kinda normal or im just bad at handling phones.
What ??????????? HANGS u must be kiddin me..........
it NEVER hangs.
its not a Nokia ......
its SE = Stable Platform Hmmmm
SE's announcement without SE's signature. It was cheap, wasn't it? Anyway, as a great fan & former owner of SE phones, let me bring out my concernment once again Re: new SE models' SAR values. They might meet the EU SAR requirements, but please read this: http://www.tcodevelopment.com/
TCO declares 0,8 W/kg. How's that?
When SE decrease SAR values under 0,8 W/kg, I'll be more than glad to be it's faithful customer again.
There is absolutely no harm with radiations. Sony Ericsson understands its responsibility towards the health of its customers thats why from the beginning it has been including SAR information with retail pack plus on internet at every dedicated site of its each product. Kindly do not pay attention to such kind of baseless facts and rumours. All SONY products duly follow the FCC Stds. Your Sony Ericsson product is FULLY SAFE to use. For any further assistance, kindly contact Sony Ericsson customer care centre of your country. Thank You.
Bought one for USD250 in Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur at Low Yat Plaza.
Rush for it. Fantastics
I've been trying to draw attention to potential SE customers for a while on how dangerous some of the new models (K770i, K810i, T650i..) might be with respect to SAR radiation, but those... persons are just interested in "how loud the speaker are?" and "can it store 100 000 000 messages?", so take my advice and don't bother anymore. If they're willing to fry themselves, so be it.
i have this k810i 3 months ago.so far there's no big problem im encountering.but while ago,im browsing some pix @ the camera album,it suddenly restarted.is it ok to upgrade the firmware once a month?im using SEUS.they tell me that i need to upgrade so it will be less vulnerable for errors.all in all,for me,the performance of this cellphone is better.
me just buy k810 3day's,so i not sure about k810..i need some help!! may i know that the keypad of picture izzit have blue light? i remember that in 1st day i buy,i saw have...but now din hv..hope hv ppl can tell me the true..thanksss.
About SAR, i have this phone for two weeks already,so i dont have any reason of being smart about this, i want to tell you that everything above 1 w/kg SAR is NOT good, the maximum allowed by the FCC is 1.6 and there are TWO scales of measurment,one is the radiation of the head and the second is the radiation of the body, they want to say if you wear handsfree and the phone is in other place is better for the head.
The radiation of this phone by the SE and the FCC is named HARD,the normal is below 1 w/kg and the low is under 0,6 w/kg and you can find great phones in all three categories, let me name some of them Samsung U600 with 0,48 W/kg and the Nokia N95 with 0,58 W/kg are the representatives of the LOW SAR category, the LG Prada with 0,84 W/kg and the Nokia N80 with 0,68 W/kg are in the middle or the normal category, and many others are in the HARD radiation category. So if you have unlimited calls included in your contract better think twice which phone you are going to buy.
This Phone simply rocks............
No more Nokia N series........the camera quality was amazing.....battery at itz best......also the display was very gud.......
sound quality was also gud, design was also gud not bulky,..........
Go Get it....u cant get gifts again
ok I have since done some reading about SAR values. How bad is 1.31 really? I read that internationally, anything below 2 is safe. How true is this? I'm getting put off the K810 now... I wonder if the K850 with 1.14 is more acceptable? I just want a phone that isn't too chunky, and that has a better bettery life than my Nokia E65! Why do so many phones have such shit batteries!
My previous phone was K700i.When I bought the new K810i & I copied all the phone address book from K700i to K810i. It was great because all my contact, personal ring tone for caller & photos included. But later I found out that the personal ring tone doesn't work properly. It rang on default call ring tone instead of my personal set ring tone on a caller. I sent it to Sony Ericsson service center for checking & they said the problem caused by the memory card. They reset the memory card & the phone set contents. I copied it from my K700i again & tested it. Found same problem occurred. So, I tried re-program it one by one & it working fine.
After 5 months using the phone I recently notice that the personal caller ring tone doesn't function properly sometimes again.
The video call must use a headset due to a soft speaker sound (even set to max). Video call works properly at room/office condition but not at outdoors. Just to share some experiences. Anyway, the phone features & design were great. Camera feature great but not the videos. Thank you.