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Sony Ericsson K800i review on TrustedReviews
"In hardware terms the K800i isn’t much to look at. Small (105 x 47 x 22 mm), light (115g) and unprepossessing in terms of design with shades of slate grey and silver and white highlights, it doesn’t give the appearance of being a top end handset.
The front facing controls are dominated by a small joystick which is one of the better ones I’ve used. It is responsive and has plenty of travel. You can programme its four directions for specific functions.
There are two absolutely tiny buttons to the far left and right of the joystick that need to be approached with a fingernail if you are to hit them accurately."
Sony Ericsson K800i review on Mobile-Review
"Metallic phone’s outlook is supposed to be elegant, not flaring, but recognizable. That’s why we see metallic bar of main speaker, in case with K800, CIF camera is located inside it as well, it is used for video calls in 3G networks, there is no other use for it. You can see two tiny rectangles which are buttons in reality, they are used not only for decorating purposes. The idea came from Sony Ericsson W600/W550. The buttons were called A-B in first stage, and were active only in games, when the picture was horizontally-oriented. In case with these models, you can use the buttons in games, but their small size makes it rather hard activity. The main usage of the keys is quick switch between modes in Camera menu. But in reality same ergonomic problems exist, that’s why it’s more convenient to use standard menu, although I admit that some users might find them usable and comfortable."
Sony Ericsson K800i review on CNet
"The velvet-black K800i is a beauty to behold. On the front, this Sony Ericsson bears faint resemblance to the K750i but it's a world of difference at the rear. As the maiden unit adopting the parent company's Cyber-shot brand, the back of the K800i sports a sliding lid which looks like a mini version of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9's lens cover. Like its Cyber-shot cousins, the lens and mirror hide behind this protective shell on the handset. "
Editors' Ratings : 7.2/10
Sony Ericsson K800i review on infosyncworld
" The K800i shoots what can only be described as outstanding high-quality stills with vivid, accurate colours and a minimum of blur courtesy of its autofocus and image stabilization. It may not excel under poorly lit conditions despite its decent Xenon flash, but has other positive traits such as minimal lag between shots and a high-resolution screen to double as its viewfinder. "
Sony Ericsson K800i review on GsmArena
"Sony Ericsson K800 is one of the handsets we were so anxious to test that we could hardly wait for the phone to be brought in the office. Its highly advertised Cyber-shot camera made us as restless as kids on Christmas morning. Once we got it and before we started working on this review we spent a good deal of time experimenting with the exciting 3.2 megapixel camera. Not that we haven't seen a better camera, no! The thing is that this good camera just happens to be a good mobile phone, too. "
Sony Ericsson K800i review on mobile-phones-uk.org.uk
"Whilst large and a little brick-like, the K800i is beautifully built and finished. It's clearly a solidly constructed phone that should last well. The design is traditional and a bit square, but very nicely finished. The back of the phone shares many design features with the Cyber-Shot camera range and looks more like a camera than a phone. There's a cover for the camera lens, and annoyingly this has a habit of sliding off when the phone is in a bag or pocket, causing the camera to activate by itself. The keypad is well designed and easy to use, although the keys are quite small and may not suit someone with large fingers. The screen is large (2.0 inches) and of superb quality. The phone is heavier than average at 115g, but this isn't heavy for a 3G phone, and heavy phones are better at taking pictures because there is less camera shake. "