Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson C905 packs a powerful 8 megapixel punch, and has the distinction of being the first camera phone to do so. While some manufacturers deliver a sub-standard camera experience Sony Ericsson seems to pride itself in delivering a usable camera phone that produces good pictures. What we like It's not just about squeezing as many megapixels through the lens as possible, the C905 comes with a number of neat camera features.
Excerpt: Teknologien ændrer sig hurtigt.Gadgets kommer ud så hurtigt outdating mange andre.Virksomheder og producenter er under konstant udvikling de ønsker og ønsker mænd.Få hver enkelt til at få fat i, hvad der er blevet skabt som et behov, som disse selskaber.Ikke desto mindre gør livet meget mere behageligt og mindre kompliceret.Blandt de mange, der fejer tid, hurtigt fra de mange fødsler af teknologiske produkter er mobiltelefoner.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson C905 is the first mobile phone to feature an 8 Megapixel camera, and the slider should be remembered even if only for that. Anyway, Sony Ericsson has fierce rivals such as Samsung and LG, who have also announced some 8 Megapixel camera phones, including Samsung INNOV8 and LG KC910. Unfortunately, C905 was released on the market one month after INNOV8, so its sales dropped a little bit than it was first expected.
Pros: Obviously, the strong point of the phone is the 8.1 Megapixel camera, but also the quality of the pictures taken. Together with the HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivities, the GPS and excellent display turn the C905 into the flagship of the Cyber-shot series.
Cons: There are a couple of things that should be improved in the future Cyber-shot phones, and those include the low processor, which cannot handle the graphical UI as it should. Also, the fact that you get such a small display might be frustrating for those that want to watch movies or browse the Internet. Other drawbacks of the phone comprise the lack of a secondary camera or a document viewer.
Excerpt: The name Sony is widely known in electronics and Sony Ericsson mobile phones are also popular. This article is a review of the Sony Ericsson C905a mobile phone. See what the fuss is all about and draw your own conclusions.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson is a good basic phone with a killer camera and well integrated multimedia features. Messaging is ok as long as you have an account among the limited number of providers embedded in the phone. At $179.99 (with a 2-yr contract), the pricing seems a bit high for a phone that is not a smartphone, although ultra-mobile photographers would be willing to pay extra for the camera quality.
Excerpt: Sony Ericsson’s 8 megapixel camera phone, the C905 Cybershot, made its way into our labs just recently and it has a few neat surprises in store for SE fans. Allow me to give you my impression on the latest Cybershot camera phone that’s hit the shelves. Form Factor While at first sight the C905 may come off as a bit bulky, weighty and thick (18mm), it however does have that feel good factor that will immediately take away all doubt of it being something one would construe...
Conclusion: If you're into photography and prefer traditionally designed phones, the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot C905a should be on your short (very short) list of high megapixel camera phones available in the US. It takes superb shots and the Xenon flash shows up Nokia and allows for good indoor images. We'd like to see higher video resolution-- QVGA is absurdly low for an 8.1 megapixel camera phone and Nokia puts it to shame with their recent N series models.
Pros: 8.1 megapixels of Cyber-shot camera goodness!
Conclusion: The c905 would make the perfect mobile for students as it brings together a great combination of multimedia and photographic excellence, this combined with great connectivity leaves with lighter pockets and allows you to take great photos with great features wherever and whenever the moment takes.