Jason O’Grady reviews the Sony Ericsson T630, Sony Ericsson’s successor to the T610. The T630 is a GSM 900/1800/1900 phone that is only available in China right now, due to be released to the rest of the world Q1 2004.
Sony Ericsson T630
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