Review: Sony Ericsson Z750
The Z750a is Sony Ericsson's first 3G phone for the U.S. While it may be a little short on style, it is long on useful features. Check it out. With video tour.
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If you glance at the spec sheet for the Sony Ericsson Z750a, it's hard not to be impressed. It is SE's first 3G phone for the U.S. market, and it packs a QVGA display, a 2 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth...the list goes on and on. Unlike the thin and slim phones you might expect from Sony Ericsson, the Z750a is simply ginormous. If size is an issue for you, think carefully about what you're getting into.
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