Sony Ericsson Spiro W100i specs

Niall Magennis

By Niall Magennis

Reviewed:

specs
Quick Glance
Screen Size (inches) 2.2
Touchscreen No
General
Height 92
Width 48
Depth 16.8
Weight 90
Available Colours White, Black
Display
Touchscreen No
Screen Size (inches) 2.2
Screen Resolution 240x320
Battery
Talk Time 270
Standby Time 476
Storage
Internal Storage 0.005
Camera 2
Camera Flash No
Front Facing Camera No
Connectivity
3.5mm Headphone Jack Yes
3G/4G No
WiFi No
Bluetooth Yes
Misc
GPS No
App Store None

J4cK1505

November 19, 2010, 7:06 am

Hey Niall, I hate my Samsung Toco Ultra! if you only had £50-£100 for a PAYG handset, what model would you buy? I don't need amazing features, just a decent phone with a good consistent and clear OS, preferably with physical controls unless there's a phone out there with an exceptionally good touchscreen ( I doubt it for under £100)





I'm a student so I can't get that iPhone 4 but your help for a substitute would be much appreciated :)





thanks

JK

November 19, 2010, 5:40 pm

@Niall Magennis - In your Verdict you wrote "remember to factor in the price of a miniSD card"...


I'm sure you meant microSD instead, which you mentioned earlier in the review.


Just thought I should point that out. =)

speedyg2012

November 19, 2010, 9:23 pm

Hey Niall, I hate my Samsung Toco Ultra! if you only had £50-£100 for a PAYG handset, what model would you buy? I don't need amazing features, just a decent phone with a good consistent and clear OS, preferably with physical controls unless there's a phone out there with an exceptionally good touchscreen ( I doubt it for under £100)





I'm a student so I can't get that iPhone 4 but your help for a substitute would be much appreciated :)





thanks


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Hiya Jack. As a former Tocco Ultra owner myself, mine drove me to distraction. Unfortunately I couldn't trade mine in for money (Back damaged, fixing it isn't worth it), so will recycle I guess using envirophone or the like.





Orange San Francisco at £99 is the best budget Android by a mile and you get a great screen and reasonable performance for the price. You'll want to get rid of the Orange crapware that comes with it though, which is simple enough using Zeam/LauncherPro apps, or if you're feeling geeky enough, try it with a Froyo ROM.





I got a 2nd hand Hero myself, which I found very usable and I can asjust it on the fly which helps and some apps I've discovered I can't live without. Got mine for £120 a month or two ago, but I expect it can be had for under £100 now.





Have a good look round the phone stores, get a demo and see what you like and get back to us mate.

J4cK1505

November 20, 2010, 9:08 pm

Hey speedyg2012, thanks very much! Wow sounds great Ill take a look.





Thanks!





This site should have a friends feature where you can keep up to date with replies and what your fave commenter's are saying

Geoff Richards

November 21, 2010, 1:56 am

@J4cK1505: we're working on it :)

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