The Sony Ericsson Z750i Purple on 3
Why we like it
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- Gorgeous compact clamshell
- Fascinating hidden external display
- Large, bright, 2" screen
- Super-fast internet with video calls
The 3 Sony Ericsson Z750i is an excellent upgrade from the very popular Sony Z610i. The sleek and gorgeous clamshell design hides a number of fancy features, making it a very capable phone while keeping the slick and shiny looks of its predecessor.
The most important addition to the Z750i is its support of HSDPA technology, which allows for super-fast internet connections, download speeds, and enhanced video calling on a 3G network. Not only this, but the Sony Z750i supports triband HSDPA which allows you to make video calls abroad in the USA as well as at home, in addition to its quad-band support that means you can make calls from pretty much anywhere in the world.
The most distinctive feature of the Three Sony Z750i is one that's been passed straight down from the Z610i, and that of the "invisible" external display. When closed, the front of the clamshell has a gorgeous hidden display that lets you do everything from check the time to read your messages, yet it looks so seamless that it'll just take your breath away. The Z750i also has built in A-GPS with Google Maps preinstalled, stereo Bluetooth so you can listen to music with wireless stereo headphones, an FM radio, an advanced media interface that classifies media files according to set categories; and of course no fashionable phone would be complete without a 2 megapixel camera.
If you like the idea of a clamshell phone then you'll love the Sony Ericsson Z750i. It has the looks, the style, and the brains to back them up, and is perfect for just about any occasion.
|Size and Weight|
|Dimensions||97.4 x 49 x 20 mm|
|Colour depth||256 thousand|
|Resolution||240 x 320 pixels|
|Pixel count||2.0 megapixels|
|Resolution||1600 x 1200 pixels|
|Memory and Software|
|Internal memory||32 MB|
|Memory card slot|
|Max. stand-by||400 hours|
|Max. talk time||9 hours|
|Music and Video|
|Works in Europe|
|Works in the Americas|