Just as "mikey.johansson" I have had problems with receiving MMS and SMS, even though I had a memory of 2 GB installed, useless! (There was even a memory card?) That you then NOT be able to update to the latest version of Android begins on me wonder if even Sony Ericsson takes this phone seriously.
Another feature that puzzles me is that you can not use the phone to the SIM card, it is just the Stone Age! Everything seems to be saved on your phone, which is crap, what happens if your phone breaks? One might have expected these ideas in the 1990s!
Now lately the phone has been tough, tougher than my old symbian phone (Sony Ericsson Cedar) plus all applications running seems to suck out all the cream into the battery, rotten! To be a telephone in the 2010s, so it is nothing but junk! (Why the phone has a plastic backing and no aluminum or similar?) The most positive thing about the phone was the price (around the 1000's patches) but I now realize that you get what you pay for.
Another funny little thing is that there seems to accompany any support or application for Twitter as most other phones have.
If you want an Android phone that is a little small buggy and has an outdated way of thinking so is this phone going for.