T610 dimness

Like everyone else who bought a mobile phone in the past month, I’ve replaced my clunky old freebie Motorola with a Sony Ericsson T610. While it satisfies all my criteria — small, cute, tri-band, bluetooth-syncable with Mac OS X, non-Motorola interface, polyphonic ringtones — and has a camera, he was right about the dim display. While it lights up a darkened room like a pocket-size sun, outside on a bright (but still cloudy) day, the screen was only just readable. So, it’ll be perfect for you if you never go out. Although the camera only works in decent light. But apart from that it’s as lovely as I hoped.

27 Jul 2003 in Writing

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