9/27/07

Sony Ericsson K770 review


Gsmarena posted an excellent review as usual on the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot K770. There is lot's of info and tons of pics of the phone and from the cam. It's definitely worth checking out. Here are gsmarena's pros, cons and final words. Enjoy!

Key features
Slim and stylish
TFT display with a QVGA resolution
3 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash
Memory card slot with hot-swap support
3G support with video calls
Multi-tasking support
Walkman-style music player
FM radio
TrackID support
Bluetooth (with A2DP)
Dedicated quick camera settings keys
Main disadvantages
Only 16MB internal memory
No EDGE
Records video in ancient QCIF (176 x 144 pixels) resolution only
No Xenon flash
No BestPic shooting mode

Final words
The Cyber-shot line is astir. Following the K810, the 5 megapixel monster K850 took a bow. Having recently given you the leader of the Cyber-shot pack, we had our hands on the sleek and thin 3 megapixel K770. We liked this Cyber-shot for its design and friendly handling. A bit of a disappointment is the stale user interface. The other serious drawback is the low video capturing resolution. The photo quality couldn't impress us either, as it wasn't near the one of its Cyber-shot elder brothers. The camera performance was further beaten down by the lack of a xenon flash and the lack of the BestPic shooting mode. So in all honesty, the new Sony Ericsson K770 seems pretty much as a Cyber-shot-branded replica of the T650. Fair enough, there's nothing wrong with trying to build on a successful design. Without much effort, Sony Ericsson adds a stylish mid-range handset to its Cyber-shot lineup.

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