Sony Ericsson txt pro

AKA: Sony Ericsson CK15a
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The txt pro will only suit people willing to overlook all of its flaws for the QWERTY keyboard...

- Victor H. , PhoneArena 

Specs summary

Screen
3"

The Sony Ericsson txt pro's screen is 3 inches with 240 x 400 pixels resolution.

Processor
Unknown
OS

The phone runs on the Other operating system (OS).

Camera
3+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 3+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
100 MB

Internal memory is 100 MB. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
1000mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol), 1000 mAh battery. Sony's performance ratings are 16.5 days standby time, 310 minutes (2G).


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Reviews (5.5/10 Avg. rating)


Great QWERTY keyboard, touch screen feels buggy

from NDTV (4 years ago)

By and large, it's hard to recommend this phone even if you are an addict who needs to be connected to social networking websites all the time. The lack of an OS, bad touch experience and interface outweigh the strong build and fantastic QWERTY keypad. You do have the option of getting an entry leve... More

By and large, it's hard to recommend this phone even if you are an addict who needs to be connected to social networking websites all the time. The lack of an OS, bad touch experience and interface outweigh the strong build and fantastic QWERTY keypad. You do have the option of getting an entry level Android experience for the same price.

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6/10

Well designed keypad, neatly designed UI, quite limited media capabilities

from tech2 (4 years ago)

The Sony Ericsson Txt Pro bears a Rs. 7,500 price tag which makes this a slightly difficult pill to swallow. While the functionality of the handset is not really in question, and of course there are plenty of Java apps out there to add to its operation, the slider is not really the smoothest out the... More

The Sony Ericsson Txt Pro bears a Rs. 7,500 price tag which makes this a slightly difficult pill to swallow. While the functionality of the handset is not really in question, and of course there are plenty of Java apps out there to add to its operation, the slider is not really the smoothest out there for one. The lack of settings to control features like the backlight timer and camera features also makes it a bit of an issue.

All that being said, the Txt Pro is otherwise a pretty decent device that’s quite well designed, has a keypad that you can get used to quickly and even has quite a user friendly interface. Do keep in mind that for a little bit more you could have a smartphone like the LG Optimus One. Other choices like the Nokia X3-02 Touch and Type would also make good option with much sharper display minus a QWERTY keypad and full touchscreen.

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6.5/10

Sluggish interface and terrible browser

from PhoneArena (4 years ago)

Its positive sides include a touch screen, the physical keyboard, a cute toyish design and Wi-Fi connectivity, but some of those look nearly like a necessity for a phone today rather than a bonus. On top of that, it has a sluggish interface and terrible browser which has trouble loading most pages.... More

Its positive sides include a touch screen, the physical keyboard, a cute toyish design and Wi-Fi connectivity, but some of those look nearly like a necessity for a phone today rather than a bonus. On top of that, it has a sluggish interface and terrible browser which has trouble loading most pages. The txt pro will only suit people willing to overlook all of its flaws for the QWERTY keyboard, while for the rest an affordable smartphone sans keyboard like the Samsung Galaxy mini will be a much better alternative.

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