Background and Identification
Upon its release in 2005, Sony Ericsson wanted the K750i to provide a portable phone with a high quality video and digital camera. Other features were added to gain a more concrete following and compete with other cellphones on the market, such as a radio and digital music player. During its time, the phone was incredibly popular—especially in the United Kingdom and Australia.
The phone is recognized by its external features, such as a memory stick duo slot and side buttons controlling features such as volume and camera functioning. The K750i Is a mere 3.5 ounces, with a sleek and almost rectangular exterior. It is easily recognized by the camera and large shutter located on the back of the phone
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- 9 hours available through talk-time
- 600 hours available through stand-by time
- 176x220 pixels
- 262,144 colour TFT-LCD
- 64 MB Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo included
- Phone memory 38 MB (Actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration)
- Memory Stick PRO Duo support (up to 2 GB)
- GSM 900
- GSM 1800
- GSM 1900
- 3.9 x 1.8 x 0.8 inches
- 99 g
- 3.5 oz
- 2 Megapixels
- AF 4.8 mm 1:2.8
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