All in one camera phone

Sony Ericsson K770i is a CyberShotTM phone but it is a digital camera, a photo album and also a mobile phone all rolled into one. The Truffle Brown colored slim phone that is just 14.5 mm thick, can take pictures like a sand alone digital camera and can be printed. The camera can also shoot videos and for indoor use it has a powerful light. The ease of use allows the user to just slide open the lens cover and aim and shoot the subject. The phone also enables the user to share the photos and videos with family and friends immediately by uploading them to the online collection. The best moments in life can be thus shot and shared with others or kept in achieves easily using the Sony Ericsson K770i camera phone.

Taking and managing pictures

A perfect picture can be captured with Sony Ericsson K770i. It is enough to just slide open the lens cover and use the 1.9 inch screen as the view finder and shoot the selected subject. The CyberShotTM based menu has eight lit icons on the keypad. They serve one click short cuts for the key functions of the camera like adjusting the light and photo size. If the photo is shot casually, the Photofix software later edits the photo. The photos can be instantly shared with others by uploading them straight from the camera phone to the blog site. To transfer the photos from the mobile phone to any PC or laptop by using the USB Cable provided in the kit. The pictures shot by the 3.2 mega pixel auto focus camera can be printed up to A4 size by connecting the phone directly to a printer using the PicBridge feature.

Other features

The Sony Ericsson K770i phone has a 256 MB memory card that allows the user to store up to 200 photos with the use of MicroTM. While viewing the photos the user can enjoy his favorite music tracks on the built-in media player or listen to the FM radio with the use of RDS that enables clear reception while on the move. The Stereo Bluetooth Headset helps to enjoy the streaming music wirelessly from the phone hands free. The slider phone allows handling music and videos, and has lots of memory and broadband internet connection.

Source by Harry K Smith