Simple UI, Looks Good, Very Good Music Playback, Inexpensive
Cheap,Sturdy shell,Camera is strong for the price, Social networking capability, FM Radio.
Looks and size, 3.5mm audio jack, Sound quality
Neat styling, highly compact...
Snappy interface, 3.5mm jack is present
No WiFi, 3G or GPS Support, Terrible Camera, Only 5MB of Internal Storage, Video Playback is Choppy
No WiFi or 3G connectivity, Tiny supplied storage capacity, Standard headphones are awful.
Battery life, No camera flash
Lacking in many features, no 3GLook and Feel...
Cheapfeeling materials, Weak camera performance
By BrightHub on April 23, 2011
Our review today is of the final release in Sony Ericsson's trio of budget Walkman phones, the Spiro. The Spiro is cheaper than its older siblings, the Sony Ericsson and . As you might expect as the cheapest, at $100, it also has the shortest list...60
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on November 29, 2010
The conclusion I would draw from the Spiro is similar to that of the Zylo. For me personally if I were to choose between the two I would go for the Spiro the reason being it doesn't pretend to be anything it's not. The Zylo is not a bad phone...-
By PC Advisor on November 24, 2010
The Sony Ericsson Spiro is available for £39 pay-as-you-go, making it a budget phone. If you are looking for a very basic phone that looks good and is capable of very strong audio playback, then the Spiro is a fair purchase. Nikhil Pradhan, PC...70
By PCWorld India on November 23, 2010
The Sony Ericsson Spiro is basic slider phone with good looks and a penchant for playing music....65
By Trusted Reviews on November 18, 2010
We weren't quite convinced by the , Sony Ericsson’s attempt to breathe new life into the music phone, but its younger brother, the Spiro, looks like a much more tempting proposition. Not only does it cost around half the price, it also fixes...80
By IT Reviews on November 16, 2010
With a very basic set of specifications the Spiro is only really likely to appeal to music fans who don't want a lot more from their mobile phone than a decent music player. If that's you, then the good build and attractive price may well be...-
By TechRadar on October 20, 2010
The Sony Ericsson Spiro launched alongside the Zylo, its Walkman-branded slider brother-in-arms. While the Zylo used its FLAC audio support as its unique selling point, the Spiro doesn't really have a comparable feature, so what's to recommend...60
By Know Your Mobile on October 15, 2010
As a budget handset, the Sony Ericsson is reasonably capable, if a little lacklustre and lacking some core...70
By CIOL on October 14, 2010
The black and white, Sony Ericsson Spiro, is a pleasant sight with its size & looks and makes a very good first impression, much like its superior phone from the walkman series, Sony Ericsson Zylo. This one looks almost the same, only a bit smaller...-
By SiliconRepublic on October 04, 2010
The Spiro is a light and compact phone. I tried out the Stealth Black version of the phone, which looks rather sleek for a phone at the low end of the market.It shares many traits with other Sony Ericsson models, particularly the Navi key. It’s...-