Thanks Zack !
My main requirement is a good phone which can also take good photos. I think I'll buy one of 550i or 750i.
Thanks once again.
(sorry for the bad english)
thin-film Diode. a LCD variant with active matriz, is cheap & is easy to manufacturate it
To Sukhoi:In GSMArena reviews,they state that the K750 camera is the same with the W800.So since you wanted good sound I suggest you buying W800.About the K550 I am not so sure about it.
To Rakesh:Nokia 6233 can record VGA resolution videos which is probably better than those two.So do you want better picture or video quality? (I judge according to resolution so if anyone disagrees with me feel free to correct me.)
Can we install walkman media player 2.0 on this phone? if yes how?
it has night mode...but the pics taken by the cam is not gud at night times..
The phone rocks!!!!!!!!!!
is there any antivirus application for sony.......
ARE YOU NUTS!
Off course dude k550 is DAM better than
It has more features than that.
sony ericsson k550 phone is very good but only one prblem about its button are so small its very difficult to fast pressing the button
fgLs: If you read the review you can see that TFD is a older display technique where you get rougher display... a TFT-like resolution but not as good really. The lower end K-line (K700, K508 etc.) have TFD display but only 65k while this one has 256k. TFD uses less power.
it is good fone
sales are getting higher in asia,america and
its price will start going downward after a week
The Sony Ericsson K550 display is made using the TFD (thin film diode) technology. It offers TFT-like image quality but consumes far less power as low as the now obsolete STN displays which were used in the first days of the color mobile displays. The same display was used in Sony Ericsson K600, K608 and K610. TFD technology is not new and it's been around longer than TFT. Both feature an active matrix of pixels but when compared head-to-head TFD is known to show excessive brightness and contrast levels and inaccurate colors. Let’s just say that TFD would do just fine for those that are not that pretentious. Plus there’s the added advantage of longer battery life. The display performs well and remains almost perfectly visible under direct sunlight. We are happy with it and brightness levels don’t even need to be maxed out.
I've had this phone in white for a couple of months now. It's my first SE phone as I usually go with Nokia's, but I can honestly say that this is one of the best phones I've owned. The screen is large and bright and very clear to see even when it's really sunny outside.
At first I was dubious about this phone because of the small appearence of the keys, however I have found it very easy to navigate. Another thumbs up for the functions available as well as the selection of games. I've found this phone to have more tweaks and little things you can do to customise it that are much better than Nokias of the same type. The camera is very good and I really like the active lens cover which even works when the phone is locked - so no more fumbling around setting the camera when you want to take a quick pic!
The only bad points for this phone is that sometimes the automatic focus isn't that quick. Also, the metallic keys get fingerprints on very easily and also the screen.
people SE camera cant be dissed becuase they prouce better images then other company.
this camera in this K550 is probably better then all the Nokia 2MP cameras put toghether.
Pictures taken with K550 on flickr: