Excerpt: The well-known Cyber-shot series developed by Sony Ericsson is getting more and more handsets almost each month of the year. Whether you prefer a high-end phone or a mid-level one, the above-mentioned series has it all. Sony Ericsson's portfolio of Cyber-shot mobile phones is almost huge, and sells all around the globe.
Pros: Besides the HSDPA and 3.2 megapixel camera (with all its features), C702 makes itself noticed by its bulky and compact construction. Let's not forget that the bar has been designed as a splash and dust resistant device. As usual, Sony Ericsson included quite a good battery, which offers the user high autonomy, as well as a good sound for those who use the phone as a music player.
Cons: I believe the main disadvantage of the phone is the way it looks. Even if it's not that ugly, C702 is too common to appeal to most SE fans. Also, I noticed that it lacks any document viewer, but I believe this can be corrected by installing a 3rd party application.
Summary: We love the number of different functions offered on the Sony Ericsson Cybershot C702i, in particular its camera and geo-tagging facility. In fact, we were so impressed, we're prepared to overlook our minor gripes about its design and recommend this phone.
Summary: Our C702 unit was loud enough to break our preconceptions about muffled sound of ruggedized handsets. The phone’s vibra alert turned out to be average strength-wise, though. The reception quality of the C702 was quite good – we got strong signal levels in most places and didn’t notice any significant differences from other contemporary solutions.
The C702 is set to arrive this June at a price of 320 Euro.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson C702 is a member of the famed 'cyber-shot' series of mobile phones from Sony Ericsson. The cyber-shot tag means that the cell phone is a capable tool when it comes to imaging and multimedia usage.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Cybershot C702i is a compact handset measuring 106x48x16mm, which features a rugged aluminium and plastic casing complete with a 2.2in reflective screen. According to Sony Ericsson the Sony Ericsson Cybershot C702i is splash- and dust-resistant and, while we like these qualities, we can't help but find a couple of tiny flaws in the phone's design. First, the back is difficult to remove.
Excerpt: Joining the Cyber-shot lineup of photo-majoring cameraphones, the Sony Ericsson C702 has been given a more resilient, outdoors-and-active kind of twist than others in the snap-specialist range.