Thursday, July 3, 2008

New 8.1 megapixels mobile phone...

On my previous blog, Motorola released a phone that has a 5.1 megapixel camera and I was thinking that Sony Erickson is still on the process of conceptualizing if they will release a new camera phone. Hey, what do you know, they already released a camera phone that will knock out the Motorola ZN5. It's the Sony Ericsson's C905 and here it is,

No surprises here, but at least Sony Ericsson's C905 Cyber-shot is now official. As a camera, we're talking Xenon flash, face detection, image stabilization and 8.1 megapixels crammed into a tiny sensor of unspecified make or dimensions. As a phone, we're looking at quad-band GSM (9-hours talk / 380 hours standby) and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 on the C905a worldphone variant. It also comes packing an auto-rotating, 2.4-inch scratch-resistant QVGA display, aGPS with Google Maps, A2DP stereo Bluetooth, TV-out, 2 gigabytes of included Memory Stick Micro (M2), and WiFi with DLNA support when this slider is loosed upon the globe in Q4.

The C905 is certainly no slouch in the camera department, with that for-serious Xenon flash and dedicated camera keys, but you'll pay for it in thickness -- the C905 is a good deal thicker than its Walkman counterparts, though that does leave room for a nicely formed slide-out keypad.

The C905 is capable of geotagging pictures, but can't upload on the fly to photo services just yet like Nokia's new phones, though such capability is in the works.


dylan said...

shet santingna ning phone ayne! :)

Justkyut said...

wa tol! yan na pa ing salwan mu bayu SLR ba ita? hehehe

nahj12 said...

yeah.. ganda ng phone.. dylan.. chance.. yan yan heheh


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