The Cyber-shot C905 is 8.1-megapixel cameraphone, touted by Sony Ericsson as “a real camera competition”. Current cell phones on the European and American market offer up to 5-megapixel resolution so this is definitely a progress, but yet, it’s not a guarantee for higher quality.
The phone has Xenon flash, “camera styling”, face detection and geo-tagging, thanks to the integrated GPS. Using the Wi-Fi, C905 can preview photos wirelessly on a DLNA-compatible TV. This can also be done with the newly announced TV-out cable.
Sony Ericsson C905 is a quad-band GSM, which will be available in three variants:
- C905a: America-bound, with tri-band (850/1900/2100 MHz) global UMTS 3G
- C905: European model with 2100 MHz UMTS 3G
- C905c: without 3G-support
It is expected to start shipping “in selected markets” in the fourth quarter. Three color options will be available initially: Night Black, Ice Silver, and Copper Gold.
Sony Ericsson S302 is a slim affordable model with a 2-megapixel camera and a small 176x220 pixels display. Although it is advertised mainly for its camera capabilities, it will attract customers mostly with design and combination of features at a reasonable price. S302 will be available in either Crystal Blue or Thunder Grey in Q4.
The F305 is a game-centric phone, with dedicated keys, stereo speakers and motion control. It will be preloaded with three games (Bowling, Fishing and “Jockey”), which are controlled by moving the phone in the air, but additional ones are available for download (for fee). The
The other two models fall in the ultra low class: the K330 and the J132. Both will be available in either U.S. or European dual-band models; the first is expected in Q3 and the latter in Q4.
source: Sony Ericsson