Sony Ericsson Z750 is the company’s first HSDPA phone

Sony Ericsson Z750 is the company’s first HSDPA phone
Although it has offered a few UMTS phones, Sony Ericsson still doesn’t have HSDPA phone in its line. The Z750 is the first such unit which is rather strange as it is not part of the high-end segment. The happy news is that the HSDPA is 3-band which means it is usable in both Europe and the States, just as the GSM which is quad-band.

Z750’s look is very similar to the one of the Z610 and it is glossy clamshell with concealing OLED external display. It packs 2-megapixel camera for photo capturing and additional VGA unit for video calling, QVGA main internal display and FM Radio. The 32MB of internal memory are expanded via Memory Stick Micro cards.


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1. nathan unregistered

When will this be available for cingular customers? Does anyone have a favorite HSDPA phone currently offered by cingular?

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