Review: Sony Ericsson Z750
The Z750a performs surprisingly well in many areas. Signal strength and call quality were definite highlights. We tested the call quality again and again to make sure it wasn't a fluke. There's no doubt, they are crystal clear.
The multimedia features are near to bursting with options. While the music player does a good job of playback, the camera was weaker than we expected it to be.
Web browsing speeds are fast, and the screen makes it very enjoyable. We do reserve a few complaints about the hardware, though. The Z750a is by no means a svelte device, and some of the buttons are difficult to use.
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Those reservations aside, the Z750a is very capable.
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