Review details 'old-school' handset
20 October 2009 — 2:00 PM
Consumers recycling mobile phones for a replacement Sony Ericsson may appreciate one writer's thoughts on the T715.
In this model, the manufacturer has put together a device that recalls some of its past lines, but incorporates this into a package that is affordable and stylish, according to Jonathan Parkyn.
The expert said the Sony Ericsson T715 has a familiar look and an overall charm that is described as "old-school".
He concluded: "The T715 is a refreshingly streamlined device. It's simple to use yet sophisticated enough to merit consideration on its own terms."
The model is available for £100 on pay-as-you-go and £14-per-month on certain contracts and comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera, 3G support, a media player and up to 4 GB of storage when used with a microSD card.
Sony Ericsson unveiled the T715 in June.
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