One of the things that you have to remember in case you decide to buy the Sony Ericsson Xperia Txt is the fact that it does not really have much to offer. To put it simply what you see and hear about it is definitely what you are getting and maybe a little lesser.
In terms of appearance, it appeals well to the much younger generation considering it comes in white, pink, blue and black colors. Its light weight and easily slips in your back pocket. However, its look does not manifest well in its sturdiness as its material seems to be a little bit too flimsy.
One of the things that this phone could boast of is its QWERTY keyboard. Though they are flat and too squishy when pressed, they are surprisingly very responsive. Since the phone has been packaged to be a texting phone, it also comes with a D-Pad solely used as a texting button.
It has a small 2.6 screen with a 320 x 240 resolution which is actually low especially when compared to its more high-end contemporary phones. What is good about it is the fact that it is made of scratch resistant glass. The sound quality is good and the 3.5mm headphone jack is also an advantage. The three megapixel camera, though, does not promise much.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Txt may have its own disadvantages but it may just fit what you are looking for in your phone. The number of features do not really count much. What you need to know is if these features are any good to you.