- Libby Plummer , Pocket-lint
An affordable handset that lacks decent web browsing but partially makes up for it with a great music player
Reviews (6.7/10 Avg. rating)
Impressive build quality and decent media-playback
It doesn't pretend to be anything it's not
A basic slider phone with good looks and a penchant for playing music
The Spiro represents good value for money
A simple, well-built Pay-As-You-Go handset
We're so close to recommending the Spiro wholeheartedly, but we just can't. Even the voice quality wouldn't be a deal-breaker if it weren't for the software crashes.
We'd honestly say Sony Ericsson is onto a winner if it had only sorted out the software. Lacking fast internet is a shame, but many won't mind. Even the dodgy web browser can be avoided (though if it worked, that would be super).
What good is a phone – no matter how nicely made, no matter how good value for money it appears – if you can't trust it not to crash on you?
It's still wort... Full review
Lacks decent web browsing but partially makes up for it with a great music player
A decent entry-level phone with a relaxing, compact design and good music capabilities
A decent Walkman on a budget
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