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Summary: Sony Ericsson K850i will start shipping in October at a price tag of 450
Euro. This a justified price for a flagship and it is quite adequate ,Nokia
N95 has a price tag of 550-600 Euro so it's a really hard decision to
Excerpt: There's no doubt about it, the new Sony Ericsson K850i is the new star of the Cyber-shot series. After the huge success of K550i and K800i, Sony Ericsson decided to challenge Nokia's high-end N95 handset offering the same 5-megapixel camera at a lower price.
Pros: The best phone from the Cyber-shot series, even if not cheap can definitely satisfy any mobile phone fan. Aside from the fact that it features the best camera ever embedded in a Sony Ericsson handset and HSDPA connectivity, K850i also features high quality multimedia features. Combined with a ver...
Cons: Besides the fact that the keypad is very difficult to use, Sony Ericsson handsets seem to be improved nicely. Perhaps a much better CPU would've make this handset much faster or at least will make lags disappear. Furthermore, the lack of WLAN might limit its functionality compared with N95, and a...
Conclusion: Though not designed for the US market, the Sony Ericsson K800i is a viable solution in your world phone arsenal. If you travel overseas and you have T-Mobile service in the US, then this is a great phone with strong reception and an excellent digital camera.
Pros: Great camera! Lovely screen and reasonably compact given the features inside. The multitasking, 64MB memory and Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support put the K800i in the top tier of the feature phone pack. Nice browser, though not the best one, and a good RSS reader.
Cons: We wish that the number keys were a big larger. The phone really need more RAM to run multiple applications. The lack of the 850 band and EDGE makes it a bad choice for Cingular users but a fine choice for those in Europe and Asia as well as T-Mobile US users who don't care about data speeds.
Excerpt: Image isn’t everything. Beyond a solid Cyber-shot-branded cam, this tidy 118 gram candy bar comes chock full of sweet, easy-to-master programs that let you edit, remix and publish sharp pics and vid clips on the fly.
Pros: Truly pocket-size; accelerometer allows quick-flips between landscape and portrait. Swift and seamless, on-the-go publishing to Blogger. Always-on headlight option for dim video shoots. BestPic takes rapid sequence of nine images – bonus: “best” recommendation is mostly right on. Super accessible...
Cons: No optical zoom. Sluggish Auto Fix takes 30-45 seconds per pic. Snapping shots silences FM radio. No Wi-Fi, no GPS, no geocoded vaca pics. Neither a 3.5 mm nor a 2.5mm headhpone jack (better RFID that Sony FastPort set of earbuds!)
Conclusion: Overall: Taking into considerations all of the Sony Ericsson K850's pros and cons though, it is overall a great tool to have and the bad can easily be overlooked when considering all the great features.
Summary: Not too long ago, having a 3.2-megapixel camera on a mobile phone was considered a luxury. Now we have Sony Ericsson unveiling a 5.0-megapixel version with the K850i, the newest member of its Cybershot range.
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson K850i is the company’s flagship device and is here to stay for at least a year – it will be only the second quarter of 2008, when the market will start seeing more solutions coming in 5 Mpix camers onboard.
Summary: Last year Sony Ericsson and Nokia went toe to toe when the Nokia N73 and the SE K800i fought for the accolade of best 3-megapixel cameraphone. Back then, the Sony shaded a hard-fought victory on points and we all looked forward to a rematch in 2007.