Sony Ericsson k750i – why I like it

After one month I can write something more about my phone.

Bad things:

  • It can not be in one pocket with keys — case is scratched and display got some scratches too.
  • FM radio sometimes mute for few seconds — not good when you go to work and there is nice song played.
  • Opensync can duplicate addressbook with ‘UnNamed’ entries.
  • No possibility to turn off sound on making photos.

Good things:

  • When I want to send SMS/MMS I can select from list of last recipients, select from contacts or enter number. None of my previous phones had list of last recipients.
  • All those animations on sending, calling are not annoying — they are simple and give proper info.
  • Delivery reports are linked to SMS/MMS like it should be done. When I had Nokia phone I had to think to which message I got report.
  • Recurrent alarm — I set it to working days at 08:00 so I do not have to use my wrist watch as alarm clock.
  • FM radio — it was usefull when I was on OEDEM (do you know that Berlin has 29 FM stations?)

One day I will have to check how newer version of opensync works with this phone.

4 thoughts on “Sony Ericsson k750i – why I like it”

  1. “No possibility to turn off sound on making photos.”: in fact you can turn off sound, but needs cable + software. I did it on my older v800 while flashing to z800 firmware.

  2. I have newer version (CID49 instead of CID36) of this phone so I cannot tweak internal firmware or flash firmware from other model.

  3. “No possibility to turn off sound on making photos.”: Have you tried muting the phone by pressing # for two seconds before using the camera? Works at least on my W800i, which is mainly the same as the K750i.

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