Summary: While certain design features such as the bulging rear panel and somewhat cramped keypad could have been improved upon, the K750i is comfortable and intuitive to use - particularly so given all that it can do. It should be noted that SE's w800i Walkman phone shares many of the K750i's features, but features an upgraded music player and a slightly different housing in terms of both physical design and color scheme/branding. The K750 is boardroom sleek (black and silver)...
Excerpt: There's a new king in town. Sony Ericsson's K750i is just great. The new auto-focus 2 megapixel camera takes some beautiful photos, and the music player and user interface are also very good. Check out our review, complete with sample 2mp photos.
Summary: The 40-tones polyphony provides with a sound of the Sony Ericsson
K700 level or even lower, that also concerns preinstalled midi
melodies. The loudspeaker volume has no reserve when on the maximum.
It is frequently missed if using not mp3 melody as a call signal.
The loudspeaker volume is a weakness of the phone, you should
listen to it before buying to determine whether it is enough for
you or not. The power of a vibrating alert is average, no peculiarities.
Summary: Many of the phonecam's most zealous proponents are either arty types who fancy the low-tech quality of the images, or they are gadget geeks who, as a matter of course, simply love everything new and whizzy. However, as one who fits into both categories, I am sensible enough to understand that the average person likely doesn't buy their phone for the quality of the camera.
Summary: The K750i is a great mix of good hardware and software features. It's small in size, sleek in design and has some of the best features we've seen in a handset. The standout is the camera, which is both easy to use and well specified.
Pros: Fine camera, Ergonomic hardware design, Great radio, Fun ringtone composer, Tidy size
Cons: Single proprietary connector for headphones and charger, Memory Stick Duo rather than one of the more commonly used storage formats