Sony Ericsson's new brace of Cyber-shots share a number of features in common, including the simple candybar form factor and HSDPA data speeds. And, while the C902 may offer the more powerful camera, the C702 arguably boasts the more rounded suite of features.
The C702 Cyber-shot comes in black and blue, carries a 3.2-megapixel camera and is certainly the more ruggedised of the two phones; it's splash and dust resistant, finished with steady grip materials and also comes with a wrist strap. However, arguably the most exciting feature is the built-in GPS with Google Maps for sat nav and location based services, with 20 million points of interest pre-loaded on the handset.
The C902 Cyber-shot comes in black or red, boasts a five-megapixel camera and BestPic technology, and is the more slimline of the two new Cyber-shots; although, at 107g, it is a smidge heavier. The phone features nifty camera features like face detection and auto focus, and also boasts illuminated camera touch keys which provide intuitive guidance around the camera settings.