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Sony Ericsson K770i
 

Sony Ericsson K770i

15 August 2007
Written by David Hall

The Sony Ericsson K770i was announced in London this morning, and is the latest handset to join the high-end Cyber-shot range. The 3G K770i boasts a 3.2mpx Cyber-shot camera, Memory Stick Micro support, stereo Bluetooth, an FM stereo radio, USB connectivity, and a QVGA resolution LCD display.

The K770i sports a very different colour scheme to other Cyber-shot cameras, known as Truffle Brown. Most other handsets in the Cyber-shot range stick to black, so this could be an indication that things are changing. The handset is made of soft-touch plastic that feels pleasant in hand, and weighs just 95 grams. The K770i is just 14.5mm thin, the thinnest of all Cyber-shot handsets.

The 3.2mpx digital camera comes equipped with an auto-focus lens, photo light, and 3x digital zoom. The active lens cover is built into the back of the handset, and will automatically launch the viewfinder application when opened. Built into the viewfinder application are links to blogging services where photos and videos can be uploaded and shared with friends.

Images, video, and other user data can be stored on the mere 16MB of internal flash memory or on the included 256MB Memory Stick Micro card. Up to 2000 top-quality photos from the K770i can be stored on the bundled memory card. For those who need more space a larger Memory Stick Micro card can be purchased - the port is compatible with cards up to 2GB in size.

Moving data to and from the K770i could not be easier with USB and Bluetooth connectivity. The sales package includes a USB data-cable and software for synchronizing and transferring data – or you can activate the Mass Storage Device profile for easy drag & drop file transfers. The Bluetooth radio is version 2.0 certified and supports stereo profiles such as A2DP. PictBridge is also supported for computer-free photo printing.

The 240 x 320 pixel TFT LCD is the life of the K770i. Supporting up to 262,144 colours, the large 1.9” display will provide amazing quality for viewing images and video. The K770i has a built-in slideshow application for sharing images and video with friends.

Other multimedia features include an FM stereo radio with RDS technology, video and audio player, sound recorder, and 3D Java MIDP 2.0 application support.

Supporting the UMTS 2100MHz network, the K770i is ready for high-speed data transfer over the WCDMA protocol. Sony Ericsson have included a NetFront browser for accessing the web while on the go, as well as an RSS feed reader for syndicated news and other content. The handset has a forward-facing digital camera for video calling capabilities.

The K770i will be available in selected markets, including Australia, in Q4 2007.

FYI .:. Sony Ericsson K770i
(ETA 4th quarter 2007)


Basic specifications
Network system 2G: GSM 900/1800/1900MHz
3G: UTMS 2100MHz
Form factor Standard
Size 105 x 47 x 14.5 mm
Weight 95 grams
Display 1.9” 262,144 colours TFT LCD @ 240 x 320 pixels
Battery type used Lithium-ion battery @ ???mAh
Talk/usage time* 2G: Up to 600 minutes*
3G: Up to 155 minutes*
Video talk time: Up to 90 minutes*
Standby time* Up to 400 hours*
Up to 400 hours*
 
Accompanying features
Connectivity options Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0
Camera support 3.2mpx auto-focus digital camera with photo light and 3x digital zoom
Data support GPRS and WCDMA data
Exchangeable covers None
Internet applications NetFront browser, RSS reader
Memory
  Internal -
  External -
 
Yes, 16MB shared memory
Yes, Memory Stick Micro (256 supplied)
Messaging capabilities SMS/EMS, MMS, and e-mail messaging with T9 predictive text support
Ringing tones Polyphonic and MP3, AAC
Synchronisation with PC Yes, via included software
System for...
  Add-on applications -
  Gaming -
  Phone -
 
Java MIDP 2.0
Java MIDP 2.0
Sony Ericsson proprietary
Extras supported
(not listed above)
Stereo FM radio with RDS technology
Direct blogging support for video and images captured by the integrated camera

* As per manufacturer's specifications (with supplied battery)
^ Final specifications to be confirmed


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