Sony Ericsson G700 Video Review

The Symbian UIQ-based G700 is touted by Sony Ericsson as a ‘touchscreen organizer for the masses’ and it looks to be a hot handset.

The G700 has a 3.2 megapixel camera with red-eye reduction and digital image stabilization, as well as video recording.

This phone has a Memory Stick Micro (M2) card slot; FM radio and support for Sony Ericsson’s PlayNow music store make the G700 a great music handset.

The G700 will be available in a Silk Bronze colour scheme.

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3 thoughts on “Sony Ericsson G700 Video Review”

  1. somya says:

    I am facing a problem in my cell phone Sony Ericsson G700. The problem is that it is showing wrong memory..the phone memory is getting used up day by day as i’m using my cell, whether i listen to songs or i click photographs or use any other application!! There are different areas where the memory is used up in the phone memory like:
    Media files
    Standby etc..

    The camera memory is used up when i click photos and with it Stand by memory also fills but when i delete those photographs camera memory becomes zero but Standy still shows the same incremented value!!!
    The problem in my cell is that this standby memory fills. I’m not able to figure out where is this memory utilised?? The memory fills up gradually and consequently the whole 160 mb (phone memory) gets exhausted within no time.
    Kindly solve this problem…

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