The first HSPA phone will be available from AT&T -the new clamshell Sony
Ericsson Z750a. As
Sony Ericsson's first 3G/HSDPA handset for the
U.S. market, the Z750a features mobile broadband for a high-speed
Internet connection and access to multimedia
content that complements its multimedia player, 2.0 megapixel camera,
Internet browser and e-mail
capability using AT&T's Mobile Email
The Z750a offers features such as data download transfer
speeds from 600 to 1400 kbps from AT&T's
High Speed Packet Access (HSPA) 3G network, support for AT&T's
Mobile Email, a 2.0 megapixel camera, full HTML web browsing
capabilities and stereo Bluetooth
The Z750a also offers 3D gaming capabilities, a
media player that supports numerous media file types for listening to
your favorite music tracks and video. The phone has up to 26MB
of internal memory and is Memory Stick Micro
(M2) compatible -
currently upgradeable to 8GB -
providing ample storage space for photos, videos, music, games and more.
The Sony Ericsson Z750a will be available at AT&T stores and authorized
dealers in early April for $49.99 after a $100 mail-in-rebate and new
two-year service contract.
The Z750a has
a reflective mirror clamshell casing and hidden organic light-emitting
diode (OLED) reflective display screen on the front of the phone that
discretely illuminates when receiving a call, displaying caller
identification. When active, it also displays battery life, text message
alerts and other useful information. To match anyone's personal style,
the Z750a launches in three tantalizing color choices: Mysterious
Purple, Phantom Grey and Rose Pink.
"Sony Ericsson continues to expand its North
American portfolio with a distinctive and signature design that combines
entertainment, style and speed in a sleek device,"
said Karen Morris, vice president of marketing for Sony Ericsson North
America. "Representing one of our most distinctive and colorful 3G
clamshells, the Z750a will appeal to those who want to do more with
their phone - share music, high-quality pictures, browse the Internet -
and project a sophisticated image all their own. We are delighted that
AT&T will offer this device in the U.S. along with the hugely successful
W580 Walkman Phone."
Z750a Phone At-A-Glance
Sony Ericsson packed innovative features into the Z750a, but didn't
compromise looks or quality to get the job done.