The new Sony Ericsson C905 mobile phone has been seen in the wild. The new handset is currently code-named the Shiho and will come with an 8MP camera. The camera reportedly includes auto-focus along with face detection and image stabilization with both a xenon and photo flash. The camera also includes a new feature called Smart Contrast - although little is known about this technology at the moment.
Apparently, when you take a photo with the C905 you can geo-tag it which works with the built-in GPS receiver. The phone also has an accelerometer which means that the C905 includes auto-screen rotation. The handset also has a TV-out port so that you can view images on your TV.
The C905 QVGA TFT screen spans 2.4in and is scratch resistant because of its mineral glass cover. You also receive WiFi which includes DLNA - a sharing protocol.
Sized at 104 x 49 x 18 (or 19.5) mm and 136gm in weight, the phone will be available in Copper Gold, Ice Silver and Night Black. Expected to be released in late 2008, the price has yet to be announced.
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