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Stealthy Sony-Ericsson Z750 brings mobile buying, 3G

updated 01:50 pm EDT, Mon March 26, 2007

Sony-Ericsson Z750

As its second phone unveiling today, Sony-Ericsson has launched the Z750. In much the same vein as the earlier Z310 and Z610, the Z750 has a mirror-like finish with a hidden OLED screen that only lights up for incoming calls or other phone uses. This is also the company's first HSDPA phone, Sony-Ericsson says, and uses its 3G-level wireless to speed both Web and media streaming but also to handle the new features brought about by its new Java software layer: mobile payments, photo blogging, and quickly scalable maps (thanks to SVG graphics support) are some of the tricks made possible by the update.

Click ahead for extra details and a gallery of the phone in Phantom Gray.

The phone further includes a 2-megapixel rear camera and a VGA camera at the front for video chats, with EDGE Internet backing up its HSDPA support. Sony-Ericsson hasn't yet revealed its launch window but can ship the Z750 to the US as well as other areas when it debuts later this year.





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