Sony Ericsson T707

The Sony Ericsson T707 does not like to live it's life hiding in the shadows!

With it's vibrant colors Lucid Blue, Spring Rose & Mysterious Black, the T707 will capture the attention of anyone – guaranteed. Dazzling and pulsating lights flash and flicker to your favorite tunes and to incoming calls from your mates.

This all sounds quite funky and exciting but is the T707 just a cheap gimmicky phone or does it have some difference hidden benefit the glittery coating? Well the answer to that is an emphatic yes – it really is a very nice phone to use and play with. It's pretty light at just 95g and measures just 93 x 50 x 14.1 mm so it'll pop into your pocket, purse or handbag without weighing you down. It's also a quad band and 3G enabled phone so you can use it pretty much the world-over without compromise.

The 2.2 "display is not going to set the world alight with it's size or quality but it's certainly not the worst that you'll find either.

Memory on most half decent mobile phones is now expandable, so it's no surprise to find that the T707 can be safely "upped" to 16Gb via the microSD slot which is about the industry standard at the moment and certainly enough for most users.

The camera is a little disappointing at just 3.2Mp – 5 megapixels would have been better we think but hey, who are we to moan? It has digital zoom, geo-tagging, picture and video blogging and quite a few other camera features that should produce some pretty good results – but not the best.

Some nice features include gesture control. You can control your T707 without even having to touch it. Gesture control lets you mute incoming calls or you can snooze the alarm simply by sweeping your hand over it – How cool is that?

As with most phones now, you can have set themes but with the T707 you have "day and night". The Day and Night theme alters the menu in your phone and changes as day turns to night.

The Sony Ericsson T707 is a full on multimedia phone that certainly will not disappoint you. It's not the most powerful phone in the world but going by the price, it should sell in some pretty impressive quantities!

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