Sony Ericsson's C510 a "decent all-rounder"
18 May 2009 — 2:00 PM
One of Sony Ericsson's latest phones is an affordable option for those looking for a "decent all-rounder", one expert advises.
Martin James of the iGizmo website states the manufacturer's mid-range Cyber-shot C510 is not in the same league as the Apple iPhone 3G, HTC Magic or Blackberry Storm - but will be a great choice for some.
He explains that with the latest contracts currently offering the device for free and a low-cost pay-as-you-go option also available, the model is "very much a budget contender".
Those recycling mobile phones may be interested to hear features such as a 3.2-megapixel camera, video streaming, FM radio and HSDPA connectivity have also been included.
"Ultimately, the headline cost is the main appeal of the C510. It's a decent all-rounder for the price, happy in most situations and with a hint of photographic excellence," Mr James concludes.
Other Cyber-shot models in the Sony Ericsson range include the C902 and C905.
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