Sony Ericsson has unveiled its first ever 8.1 megapixel camera phone, the C905 Cyber-shot. Also released at the same time is the S302 Snapshot camera.
The C905 Cyber-shot slider is said to offer easy photo taking in a device that derives its looks from a digital camera and claims the picture quality to match. In comparison, the S302 Snapshot is for those who want all the features of a normal-sized phone but with a pocket-sized slim design.
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Sony Ericsson believes the 8.1megapixel C905 is a viable alternative to a digital camera while the S302 is designed for those who don’t want to miss a moment and like to send or Bluetooth their photos to their friends.
C905 Cyber-shot at a glance:
- 8.1 megapixel camera with Xenon flash
- L face detection auto-focus, smart contrast and image stabiliser
- L 2GB Memory Stick Micro
- L USB adaptor (CCR-70)
- L 2.-inch scratch-resistant mineral glass display
- L Upload photos up to A3 size
- L GPS-enabled for geo-tagging of photos and navigation support.
S302 Snapshot at a glance:
- L Slimline with high-gloss finish
- L 2.0 megapixel camera with an easy-to-learn camera menu
- L Photo light and Photo fix
- L Up to 20MB internal memory and Memory Stick Micro (M2)
- L Transfer photos via USB, Bluetooth or Memory Stick Micro
The C905 Cyber-shot will be available in night black, ice silver and copper gold, while the S302 Snapshot will be available in crystal blue and thunder grey. Both cameras will be available some time after October.
C905 Cyber-shot $TBC
S302 Snapshot $TBC