Sony Ericsson didn’t really embrace the whole skinny phenomenon right away, but now that they have, they’re really starting to produce some rather attractive numbers. The Sony Ericsson K770i isn’t the skinniest candybar on the block at 14.5mm, but it’s one of the slimmest phones to offer an impressive 3.2 megapixel camera. This is a Cyber-shot phone, after all, so you should expect nothing but the best in terms of mobile photography.
Outside of the picture-taking craziness that you’ll enjoy on the K770i, this “truffle” brown candybar also comes equipped with a decent-sized 1.9-inch LCD screen, stereo Bluetooth for music on the go, an M2 memory card expansion slot, and USB 2.0 connectivity. It should work in most markets, because it is a tri-band phone with 900/1800/1900 GSM/GPRS radios, though it would have been nice if they included the 850 band in there too. I should also note that the K770i is indeed 3G, boasting UMTS 2100.
No word on pricing, but the Sony Ericsson K770i Cyber-shot phone should start to ship to “selected markets” in the fall.