A few days ago we reported that Sony Ericsson might release James Bond’s Titanium Silver C902. However, they also announced that they will release the T700 and the C905. Today we will talk about the Sony Ericsson C905 because the cellphone is among the first to feature a 8-megapixel digital camera phone.
Despite the fact that it uses such a “big” camera, Sony Ericsson found enough room to make it as functional as a regular cellphone. Also, the C905 will feature a GPS which allows photo-geotagging, and just like the iPhone 3G it uses AGPS to determine the location with a higher accuracy.
Among its capabilities you will notice the Wi-Fi connectivity, the battery which lasts 380 hours in standby mode and about 9 hours of talk time, and the 160MB of internal memory and a 2GB memory card, but you can expanded it to an impressive 32GB.
No matter what you say, the Sony Ericsson C905 excels with the 8-megapixel camera which is a part of the Cybershot line as well as a part of the new S range that will replace the K range. Your built-in photo album will look great on the 2.4-inch screen with 256,000 colors.
The full list of specs can be found here and you should know that the C905 with its high-quality camera will be released on October 7 this year, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see it on the market in the next few weeks.