Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Z750i is a basic flip phone that has a 2 megapixel camera, HSDPA capability and video calling and now available at Fido . The display is decent (2.2″) and the key pad is not crammed in so you will not have any challenges re-typing an e-mail, text messages or calling people. This phone it truly comes with a great media player for listening to your music and videos.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Z750i’s polyphone is pretty good, however it offerings nothing new in the way its MP3 tunes sound, when compared to other Sony Ericsson branded solutions. The Z750i’s volume is pretty average, yet its sound for ring tones is rich, making for audible call alerts while in the street. The vibro alert is average or a little bit above this level strength-wise, but occasionally you might not feel it.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson's Z750 may look like the company's Z610 clamshell, but the Z750 sports a number of upgrades, including tri-band UMTS/HSDPA and quad-band GSM/EDGE support. We take this fashion handset our for a test in our hands-on review.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Z750i is a standard clamshell with a modest feature set. Available in both purple and silver, the Z750i offers a 2MP camera with 4x zoom and video, Bluetooth, memory expansion via Menory Stick Micro, FM radio, MP3 player and an impressive 9 hours of talk time. The external monochrome screen displays signal strength, battery life remaining and time, while the internal screen offers a 240 x 320 pixel resolution, able to reproduce 262k colors.
Summary: The Z750i is a solid, but far from outstanding phone. Its 'Blue Tick' rating means it should appeal to those in rural areas but for the rest of us, there are certainly better choices not based on a design that's already a few months old.
Pros: Stylish design, HSDPA-capable, access to full suite of Next G content and applications, external OLED display
Cons: No real outstanding features, flip mechanism
Excerpt: Once again, Sony Ericsson has tried to make a mark in the cell phone market by introducing its latest gadget Z750. Providing an edge over other cell phones available in the market, this hi tech gizmo is the first tri-band HSDPA and quad-band EDGE enabled-phone from the company and is also the first phone supporting Sony Ericsson's Java Platform 8 (JP-8).