Welcome to the Sony Ericsson Jalou review/information page. The Jalou is one of the few flip phones made by the company. The Jalou is not a feature powerhouse but marketed as a design statement for females. Themes and functions are largely pointless unless you are into horoscopes and step and calorie counting. Unfortunately most style conscious girls prefer the iPhone despite the high price.
The Jalou is a relatively small phone but quite thick. It is not as stylish as the older Motorola V8 or V9 but it does look and fit into your bag well.
As with the latest SE mobile phones we haven’t been able to get our hands on a real one yet so this page is ‘reserved’ for the full review when that happens. However we don’t think we’ll do one due to the expected high end price.
In mid-2010 the Jalou has finally been released and the surprise is the price tag. You can buy one for less than $200 in most stores that stock them. It does look quite good and it something different from the mass of touch screen and candybar models.
- Sony Ericsson Jalou
Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Single-band 3G 2100 (Dependent on country)
HSDPA 3.6 Mbits data speed (download)
- L73 x W45 x D18.3 mm
Weight 84 grams
Internal TFT 240 x 320
External Mono 128 x 36
- Video Camera
320 x 240 pixel main video camera 15FPS
Up to 100MB available to user
MicroSD up to 16Gig
- Ring tones
MIDI, MP3, Video, vibration and others
Auto rotate screen
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 14 days Standby
Up to 7 hours Talk Time
- Price history
Under$180 AUS mid-2010 (Outright)