CTIA 2007 -- The Sony Ericsson Z750 is a newHSDPA handset targeted at North America. What that really means, though not technically announced, is it's destined for AT&T (Cingular). While the 3G connectivity is surely big news (it's Sony Ericsson's first HSDPA phone for North America), the Z750 is also one of only a few consumer focused handsets to support Exchange ActiveSync push email. In addition, the Z750 is Sony Ericsson's first handset based on the Java Platform 8. That should make it easier for developers to create innovative applications.
Features of the Sony Ericsson Z750 include:
- Quad-band GSM/EDGE plus tri-band HSDPA(850/1900/2100)
- 2 megapixel camera
- Memory Stick Micro M2 card slot
- Bluetooth 2.0 EDR + with A2DP stereo support
- QVGA screen with 262k colors
- POP3/IMAP4/Exchange email support
- Full HTML browser with RSS
The Z750 should begin shipping in the third quarter. It's available in two color schemes, rose pink (shown right) and phantom grey (shown below).