Summary: The C903 boasts quite high ringtone volume level, however its vibro alert leaves much to be desired - you'll definitely hear a call, but if you happen to use the Silent mode, there is a good chance you won't feel it, and that's a pretty major blunder. The phone's reception quality is what you'd expect from a Sony Ericsson branded offering, in other words it's decent, but in some of the most call-unfriendly environments the lack of an extra microphone or noise...
Conclusion: Overall the C903 is yet another solid offering from Sony Ericsson which will not disappoint however I was left as I said earlier feeling as though this phone as good as it is may be slightly unnecessary I feel that the cybershot range has now become a solid bet for those in the market for a new phone, they are all reliable devices which will not let you down and it more a case of pick the one you like the look of, a sad state of affairs or a great move by Sony Ericsson...
Conclusion: Wow, what a stylish and high tech based mobile phone that is most definitely affordable. We love the three colour options depending on required taste and we most definitely are loving the camera imaging features and functions. All the extra technologies thrown into the Sony C903 mobile phone really does make it appealing. Other members of the Sony Cyber-shot range include the SE C902i and Sony Ericsson C905 .
Excerpt: The C903 is robust and solid, all glossy plastic that sparkles but shouts fingerprint magnet. Styled like the T-Series and more compact that the high-end C905, the slide mechanism has comfortable resistance and the shutter looks good, running the length of the rear panel. The 2.4-inch screen auto rotates and displays 240 x 320 resolution. The keypad is basic, but functional with strong backlighting, although the D-Pad key feels a bit flimsy.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson may have whetted appetites for truly top-end cameraphone quality with its recently announced 12.1-megapixel Satio , but the mobile maker has also been taking care of business in its mid-range portfolio, with the Sony Ericsson C903 its latest 5-megapixel Cyber-shot sharp-shooter.
Pros: 5-megpixel camera, Good GPS, High-speed mobile data, Easy to use interface, Decent music player
Cons: No Wi-Fi, No memory stick supplied, No 3.5mm headphone socket or adapter, LED flash lacks power, Accidental activation issues
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson C903 might be the phone manufacturer's latest entry in the Cybershot line-up, but its imaging features leave a lot to be desired. However, the phone makes up with an easy to use and breezy interface, GPS and a good price-tag.