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    Sony Ericsson T68i
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: March 23rd, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 8.5/10
    Bottom Line: The Sony Ericsson T68i Cell Phone is smaller than the slightly larger and inexpensive T300, has lots of features including Bluetoooth. Is it worth paying a bit extra for the T68i? Read on to find out in our official review....

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    Pros:

    Small
    Light
    Color Screen
    Bluetooth
    Battery Life
    Joystick
    Looks Sweet

    Cons:

    No Polyphonic Ringtones
    Many Features Pointless (not really a con, but had to list it)
    I only liked two games
    Camera wasn't impressive

    Conclusion:

    There's no question about it; The T68i is an awesome phone.

    There's no question about this either; this is the ultimate show-off phone. It has Bluetooth, which is just awesome, and it has a joystick, as well as a color screen! Plus, it's shaped awesome, that not only looks cool, but fits in your hand perfectly.

    However, when shopping for a phone, you shouldn't always look at the price to see what is better. The T68i is more expensive then the T300, by a whopping $120 on www.sonyericsson.com. I can't see the real reason to spend that extra $120, unless you need features like Bluetooth. The T300 offers the same exact thing as the T68i, in a slightly larger package. Not only that, but it offers even more then the T68i, such as awesome polyphonic ringtones, something I look for in a cellular phone.

    Unless you are a business professional, I can't see a big enough reason to shell out the extra $120 for the T68i in comparison to the T300. The T300 offers more features for less money. Plus, you can get a free Communicam camera with the T300 through T-Mobile.

    Once again, the T68i is an awesome phone, and probably is one of the best phones I've ever used. Strangely enough however, I enjoyed using the T300 more. It may be bigger then the T68i, but the things on the T300 are cooler then the things on the T68i, such as games and ringtones, things that are important to me when looking for a cell phone.

    SLRating: 8.5/10



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