I’ve never been into mobile phones but I have always been into photography and cameras so when I spotted the new Sony k750i has a 2 megapixel digital camera – the same resolution as my Sony DSC P51 but about four times smaller AND it’s a mobile phone, with built-in FM radio and MP3 Player I had to take a closer look.
Mobile phone cameras have always been near useless, but the Sony k750i camera looks like a proper digital camera and the picture quality is good enough to be useful. Instead of a flash with the dreaded red-eye it offers a bright light feature which doubles up as a torch, it’s even really useful as a torch.
The camera take Sony memory sticks so if you upgrade the bundled 64Mb memory stick to a 1Gb memory stick you could store around 120 songs and still take 250 photos which is pretty cool.
Another feature I’m finding surprisingly useful is the organiser, if you’re used to keeping track of your daily appointments using Outlook you can synchronise your contacts and appointments easily by connecting the phone to your PC using the USB cable and bundled software provided.
The Sony k750i is the first mobile phone I’ve actually enjoyed using so if you’re in the market for a new mobile phone check it out, visit our mobile phones page to compare contacts and PAYG mobile phone options across the UK networks…