Sony Ericsson K790a Camera Mobile Phone

Sony Ericsson Updated: 2007-09-29
Sony Ericsson K790a Camera Mobile Phone

Complete the picture
Advanced features you’d only expect in a standalone camera ensure you’ll capture the moment every time; then print or share directly from your phone.

Completely connected
High speed Internet, email and RSS feeds combined with data storage and transfer options make it a valuable work tool — and there’s entertainment too.

Feel complete
The sleek, classic design complements your image; a large screen, tactile keypad and supplied stereo portable handsfree complete the perfect package.

The complete digital imaging lifestyle
Take visual communications to new heights with a dual front phone boasting leading imaging technology, high speed data transfer and classic design.

Sony Ericsson’s megapixel digital camera gives you crisp, high resolution images with added features more common to standalone cameras.

Integrated camera
Built-in digital camera with screen viewfinder, dedicated menus and direct interaction with in-phone imaging and messaging features.

The Bluetooth™ experience
Bluetooth™ wireless technology frees more than your hands – it lets your devices talk to each other without tangles, across ranges of up to 10 metres.

Blog your life
The easy way to share your life in pictures. Take or choose a photo, add a little text and publish it for friends and family to enjoy.

Web wherever
Truly mobile internet lets you enjoy browsing the Web and effectively manage your email from the convenience of your phone, wherever you are.

RSS feeds
Use your phone to view up-to-the-minute news and other content from selected Web sites and blogs. Just subscribe to the feed and let it come to you.

Push email
Instant email on your mobile phone, just like on your home computer. Messages are sent directly to your phone as soon as they arrive.

Video streaming
Enjoy real time video feeds from the Internet - no need to wait for the download or use up storage space on your phone, just stream it.

Flight mode
Function that inactivates radio transmitters and receivers so that some functions can be used in places such as planes and hospitals.