As expected, Sony Ericsson started reveling the new handsets today. The first one announced is the new Cyber-shot phone – K770. Unlike other such phones coming from the Swedish-Japanese handset manufacturer, this one doesn’t just emphasize the camera — there’s also the new level of style incorporated with this device.
At just 14.5mm, the Sony Ericsson K770 is the thinnest Cyber-shot device ever. Plus, its “Truffle Brown” color make the device look classy!
In terms of specs, there’s the 3G/UMTS radio, 1.9″ 320 x 240 screen with 262k colors, 95 gram weight, 105 x 47 x 14.5 mm dimensions, stereo Bluetooth, FM radio and the Memory Stick Micro (M2) expansion slot (the sales package will containg the 256 MB memory card). The camera is 3.2 megapixels with auto focus and users can quickly share their photos online. Also important to note is that K770 comes with pre-installed Photo fix software, which allows PC-free photo editing directly from the handset.
In a word – excellent, though I wouldn’t mind that 5 MP camera from the K850i. On the second thought, there’s no way it would be this thin with such a camera.
[Via: Sony Ericsson Press Release]