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A Digicam And Phone All In One

Reviewing: Sony Ericsson K750i  |  Rating:
lordofdarkness66 By lordofdarkness66 on
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Screen: 176x220 18bit color

OS: Java MIDP 2.0

Network: GSM 900/1800/1900

Tunes: Polyphonic, MP3, AAC

Images: All

Memory: 34MB Internal + External Memory Stick

Internet: GPRS, Dial Up

This is a lightweight phone at around a hundred grams and fits snugly into your palm. It comes in a few colors but my favourite is the black colored version of it. The phone looks a lot similar to a digital camera and in many ways serves as one too. The 2.0 megapixel camera takes pictures of great clarity and is capable of video recording too. It comes with a white LED flash to use when the lighting is bad. Unfortunately the camera lacks an optical zoom capability. The phone can play FM radio but only with the aid of the phone's wireless headset which acts as an antenna. That makes the function a little inconvinent. The internet browsing is not bad, especially with the large memory bank, bigger pages can be viewed and even saved. The phone comes with bluetooth, infrared and USB connectivity and the firmware can be updated using a PC. The only problem with this phone is the joystick. After approximately one year of usage, the joystick becomes unresponsive and hard to move. The rest of the keypad buttons exhibit the same problems. Probably this is due to a manufacturing defect because I've heard and seen the same problem in many K750i phones. There also appears to be a problem with the power consumption where the standby time is just 24 hours, which is relatively short. The good thing about this phone is, the price has dropped a lot since its release. When I bought it it was just released hence the high price. So if you want a good phone at a cheap price, then this phone is for you.