Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Sony Ericsson Announces C905 8.1-megapixel Camera Phone

Sony Ericsson has been keeping tights wraps on the Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot codenamed Shiho, until now. They have made it official when they recently announced the release of the new 8.1 magapixel camera phone.

sony ericsson c905

The Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot features quad-band GSM/ tri-band UMTS/ HSDPA 850/ 1900/ 2100, a built in GPS receiver, a stereo Bluetooth, a useful TV-out and Wi-Fi with Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) support which allows a direct wireless transfer to TV.

The screen is a 2.4 inch scratch-resistant QVGA display mineral glass cover. The display will also feature an accelerometer which will allow for screen to auto rotate when you go through your camera album.

The phone’s center piece has to be the impressive camera. The camera offers the new Xenon flash, an image stabilizer, smart contrast, red-eye reduction, auto focus and also faces detection, in addition to its BestPic technology, video recording with stabilization and a very effective digital zoom of 16x. Users will find the C905 photos can be geotagged thanks to the built-in GPS receiver.

The photos and videos are stored on a 2 Giga Bytes Memory Stick Micro (M2) or can be uploaded to your PC via an included USB cable. Battery life is set at about 9 hours of conversation or 380 hours of standby. We can expect the C905 sometime in Q4 of 2008.

Image via the Unofficial Sony Ericsson Blog

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