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Sony Ericsson K770i review

Preview: Sony Ericsson K770i

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Sneak Preview: Sony Ericsson K770i

Peekaboo! A Quick Look at the Upcoming Sony Ericsson K770i

If you are looking for the latest Cyber-shot mobile phone offering from Sony Ericsson, look no further as we bring you a small sneak peek of Sony Ericsson's upcoming star, the K770i right here at

Appearing in three different colors, violet, white and brown, with each having its own distinct allure to suit different lifestyles, consumers can easily find a match to complement their fashion sense. For all you fashionistas out there, the phone is impressively slim and lightweight as well. At only 95 grams and 14.5 millimeters thick, this 3G mobile phone from Sony Ericsson is out to cater to all your shutterbug wants and mobility needs.

Holding it in our hands, it feels just right as it fits perfectly into our palms with its small footprint. In addition, the back casing is flushed with no protruding camera parts like the Sony Ericsson K800i, so it should fit into most pockets without being too obtrusive and bulky. For its size, the K770i manages to install a broad keypad design as well, which didn't hurt the fingers when too much pressure was applied, unlike the small buttons on the T650i.

We especially like the artistic change in Sony Ericsson's recent phones, which has successfully featured sleeker designs and bold looks. With the K770i, it seems Sony Ericsson may have another hit among consumers looking for a compact phone without too much compromise.

As a Cyber-shot mobile phone, the K770i packs a 3.2 megapixel camera in its sleek body, as well as autofocus capabilities and a built-in flash. It also comes with a decently sized 1.9 inch TFT display screen and also various illumination effects. One of the new functions that comes with the K770i is called 'Photo Fix' whereby users are able to edit, adjust and literally fix an image within the confines of the mobile phone without having to link it to a PC and have an external software do the job.

Talk time on the K770i is estimated by Sony Ericsson to be 10 hours on a GSM network and 2.5 hours on a 3G network while standby time can go up to 16 days.

In addition to the announcement of the K770i into the market by Sony Ericsson, they have another notable release up their sleeves. This is the brand new white version of the W660i, which was recently featured here as well. The following image gives you a glimpse of the all white W660i.