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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Sony Ericsson K750i Mobile Phone Reviews

Sony Ericsson K750i inherits all the advantages of its predecessors K700i and T630, and only comes as an enhanced package. At first glance nothing might be awestrucking to your eyes, but when used, it reveals considerable features to grip your attention. Going by the current market trend, SE K750i features an excellent camera and a powerful Mp3 player. Additionally it has a TFT colour screen, high quality video recording, RDS FM radio, Bluetooth technology, expandable memory, and a good battery life with 400 hours standby.

SE K750i is sure to hit the top end of the market with its fantastic imaging and brilliant picture quality. It includes a 2 Megapixel built-in camera that promises to offer good colour saturation and crispness to every picture captured. The camera compete with fitted lens cover, along with an auto focus and a macro focus. Besides, the phone also has a white balance that has been fitted to ensure good picture quality even under poor light conditions. Thanks to its image management PC software, you can now edit the photos easily and create your own photo album.

Sony Ericsson K750i boasts of a improved Mp3 player to enjoy non-stop music. There is a marked difference in the audio quality (as compared to its predecessors), and includes dedicated hardware buttons to customize and optimise sound. It also provides polyphonic and Mp3 ringtones. Though a 3.5 mm integrated jack would have given extra excitement to its users. To add to the personal feel of the mobile, the phone is enabled with music DJ feature and PlayNow (tm) features.

In terms of connectivity, SE Z610i supports GSM, HSCSD and GPRS networks. Though EDGE support has been left out, Bluetooth and infra red are present to meet the requirements of short-range connectivity. The phone is a good package and is available in two colours: oxidised black and blasted silver.

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