Review: Sony Ericsson K790a

Mobile phone manufacturers are a lot like... hibiscus leaves? Hotel chains? Umm.. zoo animals! Sure! Nokia is like a cotton-topped tamarin, all preened and fancy and slick, but yet there's something about them makes you want to punch them in the face. Motorola's phones are like an giraffe, sleek and impressive from a distance, but rough, gangly, and awkward up close, and then they honk and spit garbage on your pants. Samsung is like a dromedary camel... oh, for goodness sakes, this is terrible.

Here's what I'm trying to say. Until Apple becomes the Apple of Mobile Phones, we have Sony Ericsson.

I've owned a Sony Ericsson phone for at least three cybergenerations, culminating with the new Sony Ericsson K790a ($499, America-released, available "unlocked" for any GSM carrier). Here's a little bit about it.

Phone nerds only!


I'm a sucker for a candybar-style phone. The K790a is a little bit bigger and thicker than its predecessor (the k750i), which took me some getting used to in the pants department. The size, though, seems to be necessary: you'll immediately notice the new screen, high-resolution and crystal clear, the additional speaker on the back (no more ear-destroying surprise rings), the better camera phone, and the more comfortable rubbery keypad surface.

I'm using the phone on T-Mobile, which was effortless. Now, you don't really need me to talk about the phone part of the phone, right? Sony Ericsson does such a good job with the phone-phone that it's basically not worth talking about. It's a phone. Calls sound fantastic, the phone book and recent calls log is impeccably easy to navigate and customize, the speaker phone is very clear, ring tones can be anything your heart desires.

So, let's look at the extras, the mythical "differentiating factors", shall we?

Great Things

Camera. When using a cell phone to take a cool picture, I've always felt a little sadness — I knew that the moment would forever be VGA at best. No longer. For general-purpose picture taking, the K790a is like having a solid starter digital camera magically morphed in your pocket. And while I usually dislike "product consolidation", it makes sense here — when you see a picture of a funny sign or a hilarious dog, a pocket cell phone is the perfect medium. To start with, it's a shockingly capable 3.2 megapixel camera. It's got the trimmings: a great macro mode, auto-focus assist light, and an honest-to-goodness non-LED flash. The phone software itself is packed with features — four shooting modes (including BestPic to choose from a sequential series), a self timer, all the necessary controls, a handful of effects and zany picture frames, and the like. Browsing photos also offers a unique timeline view . This is a killer pocket camera, and while not necessarily a full-time replacement for a megadigital while on vacation, it's a comforting feeling to have it on you at all times.

Camera Sample Photos. For your amusement and quality checks, some K790a pictures I've taken:

Real E-Mail. I'm not a huge mobile e-mail guy. I kind-of like hitting pause every now and then on the Infinite ASCII Game. That said, there are times when it's nice to have a device that allows you to see what Inbox e-surprises lie in wait. The K790a has a surprisingly competent e-mail client — almost shockingly so. And, like the camera, while it's certainly no competitor to a pro setup, it is perfect on-the-go. It supports POP and IMAP. It also adds "IMAP Idle" support, which means two things depending on your server: either the phone stays connected to your server throughout the day and periodically checks and alerts you to new messages (awesome!), or the phone uses the rare IMAP IDLE extension to allow the server to notify it of new messages. Both the message list, and reading a message, are clear and cake. Composing a message, of course, is the biggest, no-keyboard weakness, but T9 predictive text helps tremendously once you've adjusted. Attaching photos (or themes or sounds or whatever) to messages is a piece of cake. (And yes, it supports IMAP SSL and SMTP passwords.)

RSS. Yes, this phone has an RSS reader, built-in. Set up as many feeds as you like. Schedule automatic updates so your phone can check while you walk. Read your headlines in a clear list. And click a headline to switch to the browser. Pretty awesome, blogaholics.

Real Web Browsing. Accessible quickly by holding down a dedicated button on the front, the built-in web browser ("Access NetFront") supports HTML 4.01, xHTML 1.0, CSS, Javascript, SSL, etc. And it works — it's a "real" web-browser in an incredibly small package. (See a trend here?) They've tried hard to make the web viewable with a small screen: there's the normal view, a fullscreen view, and landscape view. You can also turn on "Smart Fit" mode, which tries to reformat the page to eliminate scrolling. Compare for yourself: Google Smart Fit versus Google Regular McScrollerson. What about Digg? It looks really goofy in Smart Fit mode, but renders perfect in regular mode. It's slow — complex layout pages take quite a while to load and render (Digg, about one minute) — but simpler pages, like Google, are super fast, about eight seconds. Again, without a keyboard, you won't be participating in any forum flame wars, but I've been impressed with the performance. (And don't forget you can always install Opera Mini, which renders simplified-layout pages in record time — Digg, for example, in only 12 seconds.)

Bluetooth, All The Way. None of this Verizon crippledycrap. Use the phone as a modem for your laptop. Use it with iSync. Heck, 'tooth over some MP3's onto the phone and use them as ringtones. Even use your phone as a Mac remote control (without even installing extra software). Bluetooth: it's awesome when it's not not awesome!

Feature-Packed. This phone does more than I can reasonably talk about without breaking my fingers. It's got a radio, an MP3 player, 3D games, lots of organizer functions like an alarm and notepad and calculator, super fancy MMS message composition that I never use, cool but basic photo and music and video editing applications (mobile iLife!), it can print directly to printers, run all manner of Java applications (Google Maps!), and oh so much more.

Awkward Things

Camera Speed. The camera start-up time is slow. From when you flip open the shutter protector to when you can take a picture, you're probably waiting about 5 seconds, and then the time it takes to auto-focus and snap the picture is a bit longer. For quick photo taking, this is a little less than ideal.

Camera Cover. On the k750i, the camera cover slid downward. This would cause the camera cover to basically open up every time you removed the phone from your pants. Now, the camera cover slides sideways, which seems like a fantastic improvement, but basically means that the camera cover opens up every time you remove the phone from your pants. I know, right? Who knows how this works out! I'm no industrial designer, but if NASA can teleport Henry VIII direct from his grave in the year 1547 to take part in this year's Super Bowl Half-time Show, I see no reason why they can't invent a good, less-spastic camera cover.

Heft. This phone will push the boundaries of your pants. It's small overall, but I dearly wish it were thinner. I guess it's all a matter of compromise. Still, at least it's not as chunky as the Sidebrick. LOL SEE I REPLACED "kick" WITH "brick" ROMLROML!! (I'll hear from Steve on that.)

Price. Yowza.

Cabel's Final Word of Power

If you can handle the hard-core-only high price, this is one of the best most feature-packed mobile phones available today, with fantastic design inside and out. Highly recommended.

(And, of course, now that I bought this phone, Apple should be releasing the iPhone any minute now. Thank me later.)

Bonus: Hot K790a Tips

Getting a K790a? Or just got one? Here are some lukewarm tips!

First-Time Internet Setup. It doesn't take any work to get your phone up and running — just pop in your SIM card. But setting up the Internet part? Please visit the Sony Ericsson Online Configurator. (Is configurator a word?) Visit the page, select your country and your network, type in your phone number, and, after a few minutes, meanmo! Sony Ericsson will magically and remotely configure your phone. It works. Is nice.

Add iSync. Until Apple adds support natively (keep watching here), you'll want to buy this cheap and cheerful third-party K790a iSync Plugin that does it all, perfectly. As of this writing, it's literally $2.80.

Use The Bonus Camera Buttons. Surprise! Those two plastic nubbins to the left and right of the earpiece above the display? Those are actually buttons! Really! Use them to quickly scroll through your shooting modes (left button), or camera scenes (right button), when using the camera. And don't forget that pressing "0" shows you what the other buttons on the phone do while in camera mode.

Discover The Camera Scenes. Confused at what all the camera scenes do? (I mean, "Document"?) Don't expect the manual to offer any tips. Instead head to Organizer > Applications > Photo Mate, and download the "Scene Selections" help module. Everything you need to know is contained inside. Although, weirdly, you download each help section individually.

Update The Firmware. If you use Settings > General > Update Service to see if your phone has the latest firmware, it will say you're up to date. My friend, it is lying, cruel and uncaring. There have been some impressive firmware updates, which you can read about here, but so far you need to use the PC software to get them. Which means you need access to Windows. Hooray, Boot Camp! First, download the Sony Ericsson PC Suite, and install the drivers contained within. (You can skip the whole suite if you'd like.) Then, install Sony Ericsson Update Service software, launch it, and follow its instructions. It's dead simple. And you get some bonus music and a hideous Flash interface!

Feel free to share your K790a thoughts and hot tips, or your personal favorite phone of the moment, comment-style. Cool!


Bonus Note: This seemed tacky to put in the review proper, but I happen to have an extra K790a — impateint Amazon goof-up, long story :) — for sale! Brand new, never opened, and I'll let it go for $450, just for you. If you'd like to buy it, drop me an e-mail, not a comment... cool.
Blogger Cabel 11/05/2006 12:47 PM  
Did you think about the W850 too? The camera isn't as good, but they have the same screen and the W850 is slightly smaller. I was a K750 user before too, and I must say that the K790/800 appeared too damn big for me.
Anonymous Anonymous 11/05/2006 1:27 PM  
I was sooo close to getting a k790a, but I went with the Nokia N73 instead. It's big feature is a 3.2 megapixel camera that is almost the same quality as the k790a's, but it's browser is based on Webkit(!). And it has the same slight lag in taking a picture as well, which is a bit of a bummer. Overall though, great phone.
Anonymous Josh Puetz 11/05/2006 1:31 PM  
I used the last 2 years or so Nokia 6600. I hated it, totally. I'm a bit short of cash and the resale value of cell phones is next to nothing so I chose to feel the pain and not to buy a proper one.

Thankfully an opportunity arose and I could trade my Nokia 6600 into a Sony Ericsson k700i less than a week ago. I could not be happier with the trade. The size is just right, the UI is snappy, is more usable and there are nice shortcuts to use the phone without looking (like silencing or hanging up a ringing phone with clicks of the volume key). Also the BT implementation is very very good compared to 6600. And don't get me started about how "fast" is s60 boot time, when it must be booted and how unresponsive the UI is at that time, hard to know if it's booting or just idling:)

The classic k700i is not a perfect phone, I could nag about a few little things but I won't because as a whole it is like a dream come true compared to 6600. I'm a bit worried about the future though, phone makers seem to be concentrating on things I could care less (still and moving images) also the size of phones seems to be getting bigger and bigger. I don't like most small and cheap phones as I like to have proper Bluetooth, good address book and a calendar. Small business phones are not that easy to find, but frankly I think I'll be more happy with k700i for a year or two.

And yes, I hate myself for not getting rid of the 6600 earlier.
Anonymous Jussi 11/05/2006 2:30 PM  
No mention of the Blackberry Pearl? I've been using one for about a month, and it's been glorious. The camera's not as full-featured as the one on the k790a, but everything else works great, and it's all very slickly designed. The planner, the web browser, the email, mp3 and video syncs seamlessly with the Pocketmac application...and it looks smaller and has a better keyboard than the k790a, and the scroll ball makes it a snap to quickly scroll through long web pages or emails. Oh, and it's only $200.
Anonymous Dave 11/05/2006 3:21 PM  
I almost purchased one of these, went for the Nokia N80.
One of my friends went for it due to the camera being covered where I do not care about cameras in mobile phones. The reception on the N80 is superb.
Anonymous Eric 11/05/2006 3:57 PM  
I know pretty much nothing about mobile phones, but whenever seeing photos of those huge screen ones I wonder whether you can actually comfortably use the keypad that is that far at the bottom of the phone with your thumb.
Anonymous Anonymous 11/05/2006 5:09 PM  
I have the older k750i and as a mac friendly phone, SE are pretty high up there.The Bluetooth remote feature is fantastic for when you forget your Apple remote down the side of the couch.

They even provide a handy little app for defining your own shortcuts.
I managed to bang up a few with some customized png's for DVD player, Keynote etc in no time.

The lack of a normal 3.5mm headphone jack is what's stoppping me from treating these as a replacement for the ipod.
Anonymous afterglow 11/05/2006 6:15 PM  
Honestly, if I had the money, then I would get a K790a. but I don't. Teehee. :D I don't know... I mean, what's a 13 going-on 14 year old gonna do with a phone like that? I'll just stick to my pebl until something super cool comes out.
Blogger Aerodyna 11/06/2006 8:02 AM  
I'm a K750i user. Here's an email tip. When I need to reply to an email I record my reply on the phone and send the recording along as an email attachment. I add an email template I have stored in the phone that says, "I received your email on my phone, please play the attachment to hear my reply."

With a recording and the template I can reply to an email without doing any typing at all.
Anonymous Anonymous 11/06/2006 4:53 PM  
I just bought a Sony Ericsson W710i, and my wife has the W810i. I looked at the K790, but I hate candybar phones; I'm a clamshell kind of guy.

I'm really liking the SE software and heavy Mac support, though I wouldn't complain if they started shipping iSync plugins with the phones.

The only complaint I have about the phone (which replaced a 4 year old Motorola T720) is that it doesn't have a vibrate-then-ring mode; I really like that for unobtrusive alerts when I'm in a quiet environment that I don't miss when I'm briskly walking somewhere.
Blogger Christopher Davis 11/06/2006 8:34 PM  
I've been eyeing this phone since it came out but I'm sort of mobile ignorant. If I buy an unlocked k790a and pull out my cingular SIMM that's in my T616, you're saying it will work just fine. Do I even need to tell the folks down at Cingular?

Anonymous Geoffrey 11/06/2006 10:47 PM  
Nokia n80 ftw tbh
Anonymous Anonymous 11/06/2006 10:49 PM  
This phone is AWESOME!!!!

I had a k750i that I loved, but wifey lost it in the club. Was waiting for eons for cingular to offer this phone, but I finally had to go the expensive HK route. No worries, it's totally worth it.

2 things you may not have mentioned.

First, it has photo publish to blogger built in. this is pretty handy, and i will probably use it more when i get used to T9.

Second, the phone supports sterio bluetooth streaming. I just got the Sony Erickson bluetooth headset, and it works great! You can even hear your calls in stereo.

The Memory stick micro card is hard to find. Finally got it from Amazon. $90 for a gig. Wish they used mini SD.

I still had my car charge from the k750i and it worked fine.

I have to say, I am very, very pleased with this fine little phone.
Anonymous Anonymous 11/06/2006 11:18 PM  
I'm wondering what difference (if any) there is between the K790a and the K800i they released in Europe back in July. That's when I got mine (I'm in the UK) and the features are as described above. All in all very good. The RSS feed reader is handy for moments of boredom on the train, and the web browser is actually good enough to be useful on the majority of sites. In fact, I watched Engadget's live coverage of the WWDC this summer via the phone's browser, as I was on a long train journey at the time. It was less than ideal, but still functional!
Anonymous Ben Darlow 11/07/2006 12:07 AM  
A little off-topic but I think that your animated photo enlargement preview thing is superb! Well done.

Also, what do you think of the phone's user interface? I think these phones have the best UI at the moment... Very slick, with all the animations, transparency and well drawn icons and stuff.
Anonymous Anonymous 11/07/2006 4:20 AM  
While I have the W810i versus that phone I'd have to concur on most points outside of the camera. Though my 2 megapixel camera isn't so bad itself. :)

I went with the 810 because of it's quad-band capabilities. I don't travel excessively, but I am going to Australia in a couple months and I like having that ability. Especially after dealing with Verizon and they're retarded views on Bluetooth, etc.

Hooray for unlocked phones!
Blogger jake 11/07/2006 7:41 AM  
I think configurator is a word, but only if you say it in a Marvin Martian voice. Great review -- thanks.
Blogger Rusty 11/07/2006 10:24 AM  
I'm using the w810. So far so good. It's got a lot of little usability improvements over my older SE t610 that make it pleasant to use.

Haven't made use of the Internet capabilities yet, since I haven't added that feature to my account w/ Tmo (because I don't really need it, and I can't seem to get online without it). Would be fun to try out. I'd like to see how fast EDGE is when using the phone as a modem.
Blogger adamrice 11/07/2006 10:49 AM  
I have the k800i and I love it. Since I bought it, I've stored my Canon Ixus 40 away.

I think the difference is basically 3G or UMTS. The k800i have this while the k790a haven't. I guess it's because there are no carriers in the US with this next edition of GSM.

Using it as a modem with 3G/UTMS gives me speeds around 400 kbit/s. But I think you can go faster(2mbit/s), but I haven't succeeded that yet here in Norway.
Anonymous Joakim Faxvaag 11/07/2006 2:36 PM  
I had been on the fence about buying one. Thanks for the review, I'm stepping up from a locked s710a. The RSS reader and fact that I can browse sites larger than 10k of data is why I decided to do it.
Blogger Andre 11/07/2006 3:55 PM  
I previously owned the K750i and had a problem with the mic where it was very difficult for people to hear my voice. If I used a BT headset, the volume problem was fixed, but using the phone itself, it was terrible having to yell all the time.

I know you said the phone part works well for you, but how do others say you sound?
Anonymous Anonymous 11/07/2006 6:20 PM  
Look - I did skim the review, but the mention of integration with the Mac was minimal... One thing I was disappointed with my Sony Ericsson P900i was that it didn't work with the Address Book for SMS, outgoing or incoming alerts.

Have you tried it?
Anonymous Alan 11/08/2006 11:33 PM  
@ Ben/Joakim: Two differences; one is K800 is 3G and K790 is GSM. Two, the K800i has a camera on the front for video calls. :-)

@ Christopher: I've made a iSync plugin for the W710i avaliable on my web site: (yes it's free). And I am just about to move to the K800i myself so I'll be making a K800i plugin as soon as get the time.
And couldn't you just set it to "increasing ring" to solve your problem? That makes the first signal just vibration, and then it increases in volume.
Anonymous Stefan 11/09/2006 5:20 AM  
I'm not sure about all the differences between the K790/K800i, but I have a K800 and it has Video Calling. There is a small camera in the ear-speaker.
Anonymous Anonymous 11/09/2006 10:20 AM  

Which T-Mobile service do you use for accessing the web and your e-mail account? Did you need to do something special to get that set up with T-Mobile since the phone isn't one provided by the carrier?

I just talked to a rep at T-Mobile and he was directing me to a $29/month bundle that included HotSpots (whether I wanted that or not).
Anonymous Anonymous 11/09/2006 1:20 PM  
Anon: I'm using an older "T-Zones Pro" plan grandfathered in. They don't have it anymore (it's $9). But I'm fairly certain the equivilant is the "T-Zones Web" (or something similar), which I think is $5 a month.

I recommend starting with the cheapest possible data plan and trying it out first. Don't forget the online configurator.

Please let me know which one you end up using!
Blogger Cabel 11/09/2006 3:57 PM  
you forgot to mention the awkward theme editor (they even have a mac version):

with such hilarious release notes like:

* Disabled support for new phone moedls named ???.

I can't seem to find any good third-party themes though.

anyway, I love this phone, thanks for the tip on the software update, now my big clock is kinda sorta readable. here's another tip, if you are connecting to an IMAP or SMTP server with SSL but you use a self-signed certificate, and you are annoyed by the "invalid certificate" warning every time you send or receive email, simply use bluetooth to send the .cer (or is it the .crt file, I can never remember) to the phone, the phone will auto-recognize it and adds it to the cert chain. no more warning. amazing.

I can't get PlayNow to do anything for me, which is too bad since it's a whole icon on the main screen.

Also it's easy to get people to oooo and aaaahhhh over the tiny-ness of the Memory Stick Micro card, 1gig shipping soon from Sony for $50.
Anonymous aaron 11/10/2006 2:55 AM  
Cabel - Regarding the question about which T-Mobile service you used...

I was finally able to configure my k790 so e-mail works with the basic T-Zones plan. I think the issue was that the SE configurator was sending me a configuration that included "" rather than "" But to be honest, I'm so discombobulated at this point by so many different types of configuration advice, none of which seemed to be exactly right for this phone, that it could have just been a simple operator error on my part early in the process.

Regardless, your as-always excellent write-up on the k790 not only convinced me that this was finally the right camera-phone, but was super helpful in getting it up and running. Thanks for the time you put into your posts!
Anonymous Mike Gerhardt 11/12/2006 1:01 PM  
Hey Cabel,

Do you use a case for this phone? I have a hard time with candy-bar style phones scratching in my pocket, but this phone has too many nice features to pass it up.
Anonymous Jay Contonio 11/12/2006 2:56 PM  
OK. Where did those well garnished tacos come from? Pineapple? Cotija cheese? Is this Portland? Please say so.
Anonymous The Guilty Carnivore 11/22/2006 3:45 PM  
Guilty Carnivore: Por Que No, on Mississippi. Delicious.
Blogger Cabel 11/22/2006 4:31 PM  
aaron for a good themes u can go to this website
Anonymous Anonymous 12/09/2006 10:21 PM  
the k790a is incredible. I don't have to carry a camera or ipod anymore... this in addition to the bluetooth earbuds and bluetooth adapter to my computer makes this a powerful powerful phone. i just wish i could somehow use my phone as my wallet and keys somehow...

Anonymous Anonymous 12/11/2006 1:29 PM  
Did you know you're the only site on the tubes that uses the word "ROMLROML"?[1] Wow!

[1] , 12/19/2006
Anonymous Josh Berezin 12/19/2006 12:49 PM  
How do you guys actually use the data feature? With Rogers (Canada) it is like about $20 to $50 per MB. By my calculation, updating my K790a phone firmware over-the-air would cost about $150. A month a smurfing the www would cost - what? - about a Quadrillion dollars? What am I missing?
Anonymous Anonymous 12/23/2006 7:37 AM  
It is very important to note that, even with "3.2 Mega pixels", the K790a is still not as good as a real camera (I mean a $99 pocket type).

The flash is puny, the sensor is slow, the lens isn't that great. Under ideal conditions you can get your 3.2MP quality; but after the sun sets it is not a replacement for a real ($99) camera.
Anonymous Anonymous 12/29/2006 5:08 PM  
Cabel, i made the update to the firmware as per your instructions and yeah it work. However i don't see any change in the interface. Do you know how i can find the firmware version on the phone right now and how do i know if that's the latest one?
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Blogger locilocisu 1/22/2007 3:02 PM  
has anybody tried sending the website certificate described by aaron? can anybody post some details on how to do it? thanks
Anonymous Anonymous 1/22/2007 3:05 PM  
By the way, the FM radio in the k790a is amazing - really good sound IMHO. It even has RDS. Reception is good using the headphone cable as the antenna.
Anonymous Anonymous 2/19/2007 5:44 PM  
I love this phone. I just bought it but im kinda confused. I don't know if i have the latest firmware but i checked settings > generl >(something in the first few posts). well mine doesn't have anything to do with any firmware updating so im stuck on that. And im having trouble trying to transfer any sort of file on to my phone from my computer. It won't even register my phone is connecting. I think i installed like at least 10 things from the cd and yet nothing is happening. HELP PLEASE!!!
Anonymous Anonymous 2/20/2007 10:55 PM  
no matter who says erricsson is the best
Blogger akshay 4/05/2007 1:31 PM  
Does anyone know of any software patch that will make a Sony Ericcson W810i "vibrate & ring"?
Blogger pbreg2 4/11/2007 8:48 AM  
Off topic, but:

Apple has copied your excellent photo zooming effect on its new webpage that advertises Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (example: ).

However, Apple's isn't as good as yours. The zooming is not smooth, it doesn't fade out nicely and it doesn't work properly in Safari (it loads a new window with the image).
Anonymous Anonymous 6/20/2007 5:51 AM  
Does anyone know why I bought a headset adaptor so I could use a 3.5 mm port for my headphones doesnt work, like when I put it in it doesnt connect.... and it really makes me mad can someone pleae tell me why it doesnt connect...
Anonymous Anonymous 10/08/2007 12:40 AM  
This is only my opinion.......

K800i is awsome one . i have not seen any other mobile is good when compare this.
Blogger sumesh 10/10/2007 9:27 AM  
I've got a k790a and was a SunCom customer. Now I've got T-mobile and cannot use the web. T-mobile cannot seem to set-up the phone for web service. Is anyone else having this problem? Is there a solution?
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Anonymous Anonymous 8/31/2009 11:04 PM  
The Sony Ericsson K790a offers solid features, superior photo quality, and excellent performance in a sharp, eye-catching package.
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