Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 E15i
Compact and lightweight.
A responsive virtual QWERTY keyboard that has a decent auto-suggest facility.
Good look and design.
Better screen resolution than rivals.
Good sound quality.
Additional back covers come in the box.
Easy to use interface.
Smooth and intuitive UI.
Much quicker compared to predecessor.
Unibody style look.
Limited scope for home screen personalization.
Average camera set up.
Until the phone receives an Android update.
The X8ís 1.6 looks dated.
Laggy Android 1.6 OS.
Misty screen resolution.
Slightly small screen.
Comes with a 3MP fixed focus camera at this price.
By Web User on August 08, 2011
There’s a real compromise to be had with this smartphone, but if you’re looking for a great-value way to get your hands on an Android phone, it’s an extremely attractive proposition. Although it’s older than the operating system,...-
By TechSmart.co.za on April 15, 2011
Sony Ericsson (SE) smartphones became cool again after adopting Android as its smartphone OS of choice, resulting in the Xperia X10, as well as the Xperia mini and mini pro. The latest device emanating from SE’s stable is the Xperia X8, which is a...-
By Expert Reviews on March 09, 2011
The X8 has some clever features, but it can't match Motorola’s Defy on contract. It’s a good choice on prepay, though....60
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on February 21, 2011
On the face of it, the Sony Ericsson X8 doesn't seem like a great phone. It has outdated specs and a few issues like the screen sensitivity that, if you're a speed freak, will leave you tearing your hair out. However, price is a factor that must...-
By IT Reviews on February 01, 2011
All things considered, we can't really recommend the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8. There are a lot of Android handsets hovering around this pricepoint, so explore further before taking the plunge....-
By Trusted Reviews on January 20, 2011
Sony Ericsson has had a bit of a topsy turvy time with its Android phones over the years. Its first few attempts, including the and , didn't quite get the balance right but the and both impressed us and were intriguing options if you were...70
By Stuff.tv on December 30, 2010
Even with the OS update it’s difficult to recommend this workaday smartphone ahead of more accomplished mid-rangers....60
By HardwareZone.com on December 23, 2010
Sony Ericsson has further expanded its Xperia family of mobile devices to include the midsized Xperia X8, joining the ranks of the X10, the smaller X10 mini and the mini pro. Like all its predecessors, Timescape is still heavily featured. The UI also...-
By ZOMGitsCj on December 20, 2010
We covered everything about the Sony Ericsson X8 in our detailed review here, here and here, and now it is time for our conclusions.The Xperia X8 does it’s job as a phone, but does not do justice to the Android ecosystem. Any Android fan would be...-
By 3G UK on December 14, 2010
If you want an Android phone and you're on a budget, it's worth taking a look at the Sony Experia X8. But if you can afford a few extra pounds each month, shop around and you'll get a smartphone with more features. Once the X8 has its...60