Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Sony Ericsson K810i

Sony Ericsson K750i, was my second phone, and I bought it on Feb of year 2006.
It is a good phone, and also good for taking pictures.
Well, I love my K750i, but it was stolen on 1st of April, 2007. -.-"

After that, I start looking for another phone. My parents did ask me to buy the new phone of K750i again, because it's only cost about RM500-RM700 now.

But I rejected. Why? Because the phone will remind me of the old one, which was stolen on 1st of April.

Now, I'm looking at K810i.
I have wait this since the middle of April. But the price is quite high for now. (Of course it is now more cheaper than when it just release)

I don't know how to ask my parents to buy it for me... I want to buy myself, but I can't since I don't work anymore.

What I can do now is, wait for my father to ask, "When are you going to buy your phone?"
But it won't happen.

Well, just wait and see about this.
Now, let me make a simple introduction of K810i to you all.

K810i is a cycber shot camera phone, with 3.2 megapixel camera. We can get the photos sharp by using auto focus, and if there's poor lighting, Xenon flash will help you to get the better lighting for the photos, just like a real camera. Many features for taking photos also included, such as red eye, image stabiliser, etc... to get the better photos for you. Of course it is not excellence as the Nokia N95, and SE K850i (not release yet), because both of them are build-in a 5.0 megapixel camera.

For phone memory, it has 64MB, and memory card is supported, which is M2 memory card, can store up to 4GB. With big memory, it's not neccessary to worry about the memory problem anymore.

Music, of course it's not as good as W series in Sony Ericsson, because this is K series. Normally, K series are mostly good in camera, and W series are good in music, or entertainment. But the sound quality still can be accepted. Many people have told me that, the sound of K800i and K810i are suck. Well, what I can say is, there is no prefect phone for SE phone.

Hmm... I think that's all for the introduction here. Thanks for reading this.