Best Sony Ericsson Cedar Review

The Sony Ericsson Cedar is an another Eco-friendly Green Heart range, providing with latest technology and software to reach all customers with reasonable price. The phone isn't especially small, but it is light at just 84grams, this weight won't make your pocket burden.. The only real complaint we have about the design of the Cedar is the ergonomics. The back of the phone curves at both ends, which can make gripping it somewhat difficult. The weight of the phone is focused in the middle, which causes it to tip out of your paw should you grip it too tightly at the base.

Shipped in a teeny tiny box and you recognize that the green starts before you even switch on the phone that shows echo friendly. The phone itself is markedly plastic. The Sony Ericsson Cedar screen is a non-touch-screen TFT measuring in at 2.2 inches with a resolution of 240x320 pixels. The display size may not suitable for browsing and reading a e-paper through on-line.

Sony Ericsson cedar has rear camera of 2 megapixel with 1600x1200 pixels and we can take video QVGA@15fp, which takes decent shots and is able to shoot low-quality video clips. This cell phone is not having LED flash to take photos in dark, which really disappoints the users.

Cedar do have latest data transfer technologies like GPRS, EDGE, 3G. The GPRS can provide the range of Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps and EDGE with Class 10, 236.8 kbps. This cell phone provides 3G technology to make faster Internet browsing with range of HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps. The major drawback for cedar in data transfer will be the missing WLAN and IR port. Data transfer from one phone to another can be done via blue tooth, this phone provides version 2.1 with A2DP.

Phone memory will be core part of the cheapest cell phone to handle large number of musics and videos. This phone provides internal of 280 MB and it can be expandable to 16GB microSD. We can store up to 1000 entries in phone book.

  • 3G and Blue-tooth connectivity
  • Home screen widgets
  • Uses standard micro-USB connector
  • Small in size
  • Lesser weight
  • Great design
  • Expandable up to 16GB memory
  • Web browsing is a pain
  • Poor camera, with no LED flash
  • Twitter client is awkward to use
  • No GPS
  • No front camera for video calling
  • No WLAN

Sony Ericsson cedar will be suitable for the person one who want to use the cell phone for emergency browsing and taking snaps in cell phone. Its a good cell phone with low cost to get 3G and 2 mega pixel camera with new stylish look.
The phone's biggest challenge is finding an audience. It could be argued that the sector of the market it seeks to conquer is rapidly falling to budget smart phones, against which the Cedar looks. If you're looking for a device with impressive features but don't want a confusing selection of PC-like options to contend with, we recommend it.

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