Sony Ericsson K770i Geared Up for Easy Shooting

By: Samuel Herrick

Product of the Sony Ericsson, the K770i is the thinnest 3.2-megapixel Cyber-shot cameraphone. It is equipped with the 3G technology. It is a phone geared up for easy shooting. Its slider cover activates the camera. It is to be mentioned that the Sony Ericsson K770i model uses Cyber-shot camera-style software, and camera control icons to make adjustments appear across the phone's keypad when the camera's in action.

The K770i also features blogging software so users can instantly upload photos straight to their blog. Well, users of the phone would find that they can give shape to their captured images, using onboard Photo-fix software. It is not that the Sony Ericsson K770i only supports photography; there are other features in the gadget which supports video shooting and video calling facility. Videos that are downloaded and streamed, using 3G, are also supported.

There is the onboard media player that takes cares of all popular music file formats, and an FM radio is included too. The Sony Ericsson K770i comes with a 256MB card with an internal phone memory of 16MB. In the Sony Ericsson K770i 1.9-inch display, users of the phone can browse the full web using the inbuilt XHTML browser. Moreover, the stereo Bluetooth and USB 2.0 are also included in the gadget.

It is to be mentioned that the Sony Ericsson K770i is a 3 G enabled with tri-band GSM900/1800/1900 facilities. And those who are music enthusiasts, they will find Media player, FM Radio with RDS, TrackID, Music tones compatible to MP3/AAC and other functionalities. PlayNow content download support, Access NetFront Web Browser, RSS feeds, Phone memory: Up to 16 MB, Memory Stick Micro (M2) support, 256MB Memory Stick Micro card supplied, USB mass storage and USB support are some of the other features that it is endowed with this phone.

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