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Sony Ericsson C902 Preview

0. phoneArena 10 Apr 2008, 09:39 posted on

Do you remember Sony Ericsson’s Cyber-shot series? Well, you can forget the whole words in the previous models, because from now on, you will only see the 'C'. At the Mobile World Congress 2008 in Barcelona, the company presented the first two models from the C-series – C702 and C902. In this preview, we will discuss the second one, which is a successor to the K850 and is from a higher class with a 5-megapixel camera and a new type of flash, called PhotoFlash...

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55

1. (unregistered)


wt about the pic quality as i wanr to compare it with n82

posted on 14 May 2008, 16:28

2. Swedish cock sucker (unregistered)


Any photo samples? What is the picture quality?!?!?! Read dozen C902 reviews and no photo samples, why?

posted on 30 Nov 2008, 04:15

3. (unregistered)


I have been a fan of sony-ericsson phones for a very long time, my last 6+ phones have been SE's but after purchasing this phone (and a brief experience with the c702 which is equally disappointing) I no longer hold SE phone in such high regard Good looks cool slim Bad interface is slower than older models (such as my old k 610i) - probably due to unnecessarly fancy pictures at the expense of useability mp3/radio player is clunky due to reduced external buttons really bad - THE CAMERA! - the camera is a shocker, it was the main reason I spent so much on this phone - for a "cybershot" camera the picture quality in anything other than perfect lighting conditions is terrible. the flash is gutless and not much better than a much cheaper camera phone with light there is no point in using the camera in anything more than 1mp mode for above quality issues camera interface is overly complicated - with too many "automatic/intelligent" features that slow down use, SE should have just made the flash better, decreased the mp of the camera and thrown away the bloated camera software - a simple interface with the ability to have flash always on would have been far better if you never want to use the camera other than in full sunlight, probably a good phone, otherwise owning a C902 is like having a 1000hp car that needs to refuel every 1km, nice on paper but in reality very disappointing

posted on 07 Apr 2011, 23:35

4. jennylyn (unregistered)


where i can buy the housing of c902? in lower prize here in the philippines. thanks!

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