Sony Ericsson K750 review
- 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
In the box
Before we go into the features lets look at what comes in the box. The K750i comes with the mains charger & stereo headphones/hands free kit both with a new style port from SE to match that of the phone, a memory card adaptor and a 64mb memory stick duo. It also now includes a USB data cable as well as the usual CD-ROM software and manuals.
When you talk about features with the Sony Ericsson K750i, rather than referring to it as a phone, I prefer to refer to it as a device. My thought process behind this is simple; Some of the none related phone functions i.e. functions over and above calls and messaging, (e.g. camera, mp3 etc) are so good, that being associated with a phone would not do them justice. Phone camera's and MP3 players have traditionally been known as ok', but if compared to a stand alone camera or MP3 player, the single device's performance would be far superior to that of the multi-functioned phone. I truly believe the K750i would give any standalone 2.0 mega pixel camera or individual MP3 player a run for their money in terms of performance and functions.
So lets look at the device' features
1. shadoweaver (unregistered)
I've been using my k750i for a year now and still have no plans of changing or upgrading. It fits my mobile needs and I am very happy with it. The design is minimalistic but attractive and very elegant -- a very balanced device.