Sony Ericsson Aspen Review


Welcome to the Sony Ericsson Aspen review/information page.  The SE Aspen will be released later in 2010 as SE answer to a growing number of Qwerty based mobile phones.  However Sony have also included a touch screen which is a first for us anyway.

The Aspen like most new Sony Ericsson mobile phones is packed with the latest hardware for 2010.  It features 3G, Wi-Fi, decent Web browser (WinMobile7), A-GPS and a 3.2Mp camera so all the latest and probably essential features of a mobile phone in the years ahead.

Despite all that the most interesting thing about the Aspen is that it will probably run the latest version of Windows Mobile 7 underneath the Experia Panels interface.  So until Windows Mobile 7 is finally released don’t expect the Aspen!  Overall looks like a great phone but there are many alternatives to choose from.


  • Sony Ericsson Aspen
  • Network
    Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
    Dual-band 3G 900/2100 (Dependent on country)
    HSDPA 7.2 Mbits data speed (download)
    HSUPA 2 Mbits data speed (upload)
  • Design
    Qwerty based
  • L117 x W60 x D12.45 mm
    Weight 130 grams
  • Display/s
    External TFT 320 x 240
  • Camera
    LED Flash
  • Video Camera
    640 x 480 pixel main video camera 24FPS
  • Connectivity
    Bluetooth V2
  • CPU
  • Memory
    Up to 100MB available to user
    MicroSD up to 16Gig
  • Ring tones
    MIDI, MP3, Video, vibration and others
  • Features
    JAVA Apps
    Music and Media player
    SMS, MMS, IM, Email
    JAVA MIDP 2.0
    FM radio with RDS
    Speaker Phone/Hands free
    BST-43 3.7V 1000mAh
    Up to 25 days Standby
    Up to 8 hours Talk Time
  • Price history
    From $xxx AUS 2010 (Outright)