New cellphones announced by Sony-Ericsson for release in the last quarter of the year include the company’s most advanced camera phone, with 8.1-megapixel resolution, which was better than you could get in a non-phone camera not too long ago.
The camera phone, called the Cyber-shot C905, is the company’s first slider in the Cyber-shot line and will be available in two worldphone versions. It’s equipped with Wi-Fi and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) certification for wireless home networking. The C905c version is a quadband GSM/EDGE model operating in the 850/1900MHz US bands and foreign 900/1900MHz bands. The C905a adds W-CDMA HSDPA operation in the US 850/1900MHz bands and foreign 2100MHz bands.
The C905 looks like a camera when closed and includes a Xenon strobe light. It will be available in three colors. Pricing was not announced.
Features include face-detection auto-focus, GPS, 2.4-inch scratch-resistant glass display and included 2GB Memory Stick Micro memory card. Using DLNA-certified Wi-Fi, users can send photos wirelessly to DLNA-certified PCs, TVs and other devices. Other features include stereo Bluetooth and Sony’s BestPic to quickly select the best of multiple pictures taken in rapid succession. (info from TWICE)
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
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