Nokia vs. Motorola vs. Sony Ericson?

Philippines
April 26, 2007 3:51am CST
What's the best brand for you? I already tried all these three bands, but most of my past cellphones were Nokia. Anyway, I think Nokia still is the best, but you just can't deny the fact that Motorola has a lot of other great features that Nokia and SE don't have. Anyway, i think SE is just fine.
5 responses
• India
26 Apr 07
Motorola is d worst... its bluetooth speed, icons, graphics are all worst...! Nokia is durable but all d pieces are heavy boxes. sony ericsson is a blend of compact, light wt. mobile fones with best sound quality. If u want camera.. they got Cybershot... the graphics are excellent... sony mobile fones... i think... are d best!
• Philippines
26 Apr 07
How'd you say that Motorola is worst? Hmm. Maybe it depends upon the model. I don't know, but I'm really loving my motorola razr v3 right now.
@ashik729 (29)
• India
1 May 07
If you want cheap stylish phones, I would suggest Motorola. But if you looking for quality, go for Ericson... Ericson has superior quality and sound... Personally, I use a Motorola, but I'm thinking of buying an Ericson...
@vikki_p (257)
• Philippines
26 Apr 07
im using motorola and nokia now, and also had a SE mobile phone before but i like motorola more and im used with the features already.. ;) "Hello moto!" hehe
@wolfvicy (49)
• India
26 Apr 07
first i have to say about that damm.... motorolla, its is really a waste mobile, as u have said even though it has a very gud features that other mobiles do not have it nothing to say special about it.. but in sony ericson is really rockin for its performance in music , camera every thing es, but thy wud have introduced more mobiles in symbian series, in those fact nokia is really rockin with every thing,,, gota really gud life, stability every thing for a best mobile.. the only thing about is its little bit slow when compared to other mobiles..
@msjigga (866)
• United States
26 Apr 07
Nokia is the best I just purchased a Motorola SLVR L7 and I regret it. Stick to what you know.