Anonymous, 17 Jul 2009this device has a 480x640 vga camera. not the CIF one you have here. i know this from experienceYour experience must have failed you then. It's cif resolution. The vga resolution that you claimed it to be is extrapolated resolution by the phone software.
it was my 1st phone tha i love... i miss you T637! disgrace thief!
i had this phone for 2 years... almost, its a good phone but don't expect too much, it was made long time ago so it does not possess technologically advanced features as other sony E. phones have. but i think tihs time, we should look and hunt other mobiles than this, let's be updated already.
rolan, 11 May 2010my quetion is why the t630 cellphone if i connect to internet cannot open..u have to call ur provider and lookin from them to send u settings 4 gprs and mms.
what can i do about my sony ericsson the switch was already damage and how to replace it
my quetion is why the t630 cellphone if i connect to internet cannot open..
how come that my messages is not able to send, it was only saved in "unsent messages".?
i have a question regarding my phone T630. I used this ine for almost 5 years. my question is why is that my phone if there is someone who calls me and text me even if the numbers already save in the phonebook, why the names do not appear and also in the call list both the names and numbers do not appear?
[deleted post]the phone came out in 2003, it was not one created to take a mem card. and by the way the site specifies no foul language
I had this phone for seven years, from 2003 and until this year. How many phones nowadays are going to last for seven years? Very few. So as far as durability goes, I put this phone on the top with the Nokia 5110. I'm sure my phone kissed the ground countless of times, but it always worked fine afterwards. The buttons are big, but lacks grip. Whether you like this or not depends on individual taste, I guess.
There are some problems with this phone, though:
1.) It has very little phone-memory, so you will constantly delete MMS/SMS/notes to make space for new ones.
2.) The camera is *very* picky on ambient light, and the camera lens gets dirty pretty quick. It is difficult to keep the lens clean, and it has no protection shutter.
3.) After turning the phone on, it uses about 20 seconds to load your contact list. This happens even if your contact list is stored on the phone instead of the SIM-card.
If you just use your phone as a.. phone, I recommend this one. That is, actually calling people, and sending SMS messages. If you want extra peripherals and applications/games, look elsewhere.
I just bought a Nokia N900, since the battery in my T630 finally died. I doubt my N900 will last as long as this one. I give the Sony Ericsson T630 three out of five stars, taking its features and age into account.