In truth there really isn't much wrong with the T650i, but if you're looking for a weakness then you'll find it in the supplied docking cradle. It's actually not much of a cradle at all, but instead a rather odd contraption that you slot the phone into sideways when you want to charge it or dock it with your computer. It's so fiddly to use you'll probably just end up ignoring it and use the supplied charger and USB leads instead.
Also, although the phone's music features are generally excellent, the onboard speaker is rather weedy and not something you'll really want to grace your favourite tracks with. But let's be honest here -- the only people who really play music through their phone's speaker are ASBO kids intent on annoying fellow users of public transport.
Another issue is that like all Sony Ericsson phones, the T650i stores tunes on M2 Memory Stick cards, which are rather more expensive to buy than the more common microSD variety used by pretty much all other handsets. You'll definitely need to purchase a larger one if you're going to make the most of the phone's features, as the one included in the box offers a rather measly 256MB of storage space.
The T650i is a top-class handset that not only looks great, but is packed full of excellent features. It's free on most contracts or costs £270 SIM-free and if you're looking for a mobile that stands out from the crowd then you could do much worse than bagging yourself this stylish phone.
Edited by Jason Jenkins
Additional editing by Jon Squire