Sony Ericsson K750i Triband GSM 900/1800/1900 Camera
Phone Review (1)
Sony Ericsson K750i, the successor to S700i+K700i
Sony Ericsson has done well in integrating camera functions into phones. The success of S700i and the K700i is something that really deserves a praise for their innovation for making such an outstanding phone.
Those who have used the S700i would have found the swivel is nice but the phone is thick. Wouldn't it be great if Sony Ericsson integrates such camera functions into a smaller form factor like the K700i ? Well, K750i might just be the answer
When I first saw the SE K750i, I am attracted by its sleek black colour designed. As a user of K700i, I find that the K750i very familiar as it is also based on the same icon based user interface. The K750i is rich with functions. It comes with a 2 mpixel camera and has autofocus. There is also a 4x digital zoom, 8x Playback Zoom, Picture Light and red eye reduction. The phone can also be used with the PhoneFlash MXE-60 external flash to take pictures in the dark.
For entertainment, the phones comes with Java MIDP 2.0 support. There is also MusicDJ, playNow, mediaplayer which supports MP3, AAC, Video and MIDI 40 polyphonic voices playback. The Stereo FM Radio comes with RDS support which can show you basic information of the song being played.
K750i has bluetooth, infra red and USB connectivity which I can use to transfer images easily. The phone has a internal memory of 32M and can store multimedia clips on memory stick duo (up to 2GB). It also comes with mediaplayer which can playback mp3/AAC/Video). A 64MB stick is supplied with the package.
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