Sony Ericsson K750 reviewSony Ericsson K750 8.7
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Looks, Hardware & Button Layout
- 3 Key Functions & Menus
- 4 In the box and Features
- 5 Contacts and Messaging
- 6 Camera
- 7 Media Player & Radio
- 8 Memory Options & Media Continuation, Battery Life
- 9 Loudspeaker and File Manager
- 10 Voice Control and Bluetooth
- 11 Entertainment and Organiser
- 12 Internet and Settings
- 13 Conclusion
- Sony Ericsson K750 specifications
The K750i has a range of entertainment features as well as productivity. There is a video, photo and music DJ where you can mix all these file types together. The music DJ allows you to create your own sounds which can then be used as alerts or ringtones in polyphonic format. The phone also supports MP3 ringtones. There is also a sound recorder, similar to a voice Dictaphone. I am not sure of the exact length limitation (if any) of the recorder. I recorded an 18 min conversation and the recorder was still willing to continue. I therefore assume the length is dependant on available local memory.
The 3 games on the K750i are all Java games with good graphics and good game play features. The games are Aero Mission 3; a plane fighting game, Puzzle Slider; a game which mixes up picture pieces (or even your own photos) and gets you to re-create the photo/picture, and the popular Super Real Tennis, a game previously seen on the S700i.
The organizer has lots of applications like the alarm, calendar, tasks, notes, over the air' synchronisation between a compatible server/device, timer, stop watch, torch light, calculator and code memo (used for saving sensitive data like a PIN etc).
These are all pretty self explanatory and offer the usual SE functions which means they are pretty effective and easy to use. The recurrence alarm is also useful as you can select the day(s) (between Monday-Sunday) that your phone will alarm. Alarm signals can also be set to play a ringtone, MP3 or even the radio.