Sony Ericsson C905 - an actual winner from Sony Ericsson

8:34 AM Edited by Blony

. Sony Ericsson has come up with a winner in, Sony Ericsson C905. The phone has amazing features like, a 2 mega pixel camera with a 16 x digital zoom. There also is a LED flash and a CIF camera at the front. The CIF camera has a 2 x digital zoom. These two cameras are amazing for the users whop are really into photography, both amateur and professional.

The Sony Ericsson C905 also has some amazing features like a two way video call option and a rotating picture gallery. In addition the phone also has some really good video editing options. The Sony Ericsson C905 also has a digital music player that rips and plays various music formats like, MP3, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, AAC, WMA etc. the phone also has stereo speakers to produce unmatched sound. The users can also use various connectivity options like, Bluetooth, USB with Pop-Port and GPRS.

The Sony Ericsson C905 also has a wonderful active matrix QVGA colour screen that measures a 2.4 inch in size. The screen provides a wide viewing angle and supports a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels mobile phone.

The best feature of the Sony Ericsson C905 is the DVB-H based mobile TV. In addition to it, the phone also has an internal antenna and an option to replay a TV program up to 30 seconds. This is what sets it apart from the other phones.

When it comes to the Sony Ericsson C905, it has features that give a whole dimension to the use of mobile phones. The phone makes the users’ life smarter. Basically the usewrs will see that the phone reflects their personality and taste.

There also is a Wi-Fi option in the Sony Ericsson C905 that allows the users to connect to the internet without any wires. The phone is touted as the next big thing. The dimensions of the Nokia N81 are 102 x 50 x 17.9 mm. It weighs only 140 gm, with a 240X320 pixels of TFT screen.

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  1. Anonymous said...

    I looking at buying a C905 and the ones here in SA has 8 mega pixels and not just 2- maybe it differs from location but I highly doubt it. Typo maybe?