Sunday, June 7, 2009

Sony Ericsson C905 Pink

Phone type Slider
Height 104 mm
Width 49 mm
Depth 18 mm
Weight 136 grams
The Sony Ericsson C905 is a slider mobile phone which when closed could be easily mistaken for a regular point-and-shoot camera, it's only when you pop the slider to reveal the keypad that the illusion is broken and the C905 becomes a phone. However, looking like a camera isn't any good if you don't have the tech to back it up, but the C905 has no problem here as it's a massive 8 megapixel Cybershot model!

Features at a Glance
The huge 8 megapixel camera with autofocus and plenty of software enhancements!
Built-in Assisted GPS with geo-tagging feature.
It's a 3G phone with HSDPA and Wi-Fi for the fastest connections.
Multimedia features include music, video and an FM RDS radio.
160MB of internal memory plus a 2GB Memory Stick Micro.
Why You Should Buy the C905.
The C905 is a thing of beauty with the slider closed, with the softly rounded edges for a comfortable grip, chrome highlights surround the sides where a selection of buttons for controlling the camera are found and the body has a soft-touch coating emphasizing the C905's high level of build quality. As you hold the phone like you would a camera, the capture button and zoom rocker fall naturally under your fingers and the screen, a 2.4" 240x320 TFT item, does a great job as the viewfinder. If you are wanting a phone which feels exactly like a camera, the C905 won't disappoint.

The 8.1 megapixel lens takes fantastic pictures, full of vibrant colour and detail and just like other CyberShot phones, there is a wealth of software to assist in this process. Naturally it has autofocus and the C905 also has a xenon flash for real low light shooting ability, face detection, red eye reduction and smart contrast too. When you activate the camera, there are several dedicated keys on the face of the phone which illuminate to allow control over your picture; these are located around the D-pad and to the side of the screen, providing a great solution to the issue of digging about inside a menu when all you want to do is take the picture!

The Sony Ericsson C905 is their flagship CyberShot model and it's loaded with features in addition to the brilliant camera. The 3G phone has HSDPA support for fast data speeds while out and about, plus Wi-Fi if you're near a wireless hotspot, giving plenty of opportunity to use the first class web browser installed on the C905. We love its intuitive scrolling and very handy zoom features, so much so we wish the phone had a bigger screen to display it on! A GPS receiver is built-in and comes with both Google Maps and a trial version of Wayfinder Navigator installed. You can also geo-tag your pictures too.

Finally, the music and video player are similar to those found on a Sony Ericsson Walkman phone without a few of the enhancements, but retaining the excellent sound and picture quality, plus there is an FM RDS radio and a wealth of organisaiton tools.

Summary of the Sony Ericsson C905
It may not be the smallest or lightest phone available, but the C905 is easily the most camera-like of the current crop of 8 megapixel camera phones. Picture quality is also fantastic, it has almost every essential top range feature and good looks too! Finish the package off with decent connectivity options and the excellent NetFront browser and the C905 emerges as one of the most complete mobile solutions available.

8.1 megapixel camera with Cyber-shot technology
Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS function
3G (HSPDA), EDGE, GPRS and Wi-Fi technology
160MB internal memory
Memory Stick Micro (M2) card slot for expandable memory
WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront), RSS reader
FM radio with RDS
Quad band
Dimensions: 104 x 49 x 18-19.5 mm
Weight: 136 grams
Standby Time: Up to 380hrs
Talk Time: Up to 9hrs

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