A-GPS satellite location finding technology is on board the C, while the phone also has HSPA high-speed data connectivity — useful for swift downloading of content or uploading of images and video from the handset to online services. And yes, we think the Glamour Red version will be a favorite with the ladies. The 5-megapixel shooter here is stylishly covered up in normal use by a slide-down panel that runs the full length of the phone. On any Cyber-shot branded phone, though, the camera is the main focus. Sony Ericsson may have whetted appetites for truly top-end cameraphone quality with its recently announced The C is packed with features you’d expect of a high-end phone and it behaves like one as well.
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On any Cyber-shot branded phone, though, the camera is the main focus.
The lengthy spec sheet of the C only omits Wi-Fi support, while everything else is on board: Delve further in and you can engage a digital image stabiliser which didn’t really change the performance or switch on geotagging of images; this adds location metadata to image files, so you can view where images have been taken on a compatible mapping application including Google Maps on the handset.
Form factor aside, the major differences boil down to GPS and the camera flash solution.
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And yes, we think the Glamour Red version will be a favorite with the ladies. Both images and video clips taken by the camera can be uploaded directly via the mobile network to online services as one of the shot options; the C has settings for Picasa Web Album, MySpace and Blogger pre-installed, though others can be added. It handles high contrast images pretty well too, and generally we were very happy for the performance for this grade of cameraphone. You can choose which ones you want to keep.
Unfortunately, as well as a few megapixels lighter than the C, the C also lacks the C’s appealing Wi-Fi capability.
Sony Ericsson C903
Taking up position below the 8-megapixel C but above the C in the photo-centric Cyber-shot line-up, the Sony Ericsson C is a tidily turned out sliderphone. Presented in a joint launch last month, the two handsets are trying to meet a diverse mix of cameraphone demand in the higher-midrange.
Reviews Sony Ericsson C review.
When you press the button, it captures nine shots almost simultaneously — which, thanks to c90 smart technology, includes frames before the button was fully depressed. One ericssn upper-range Cyber-shot feature is Best Pics, a clever way of getting the right shot. In darker scenarios, though, we found the illumination level from the dual-LED a bit disappointing; subjects over a metre away were still quite murky though closer up images tended to be fine.
Blue backlit icons appear in the navigation D-pad to indicate fast activation keys ericsosn often-used camera features. Holding it lengthways, like a camera, there’s a typical shutter button on top, plus additional buttons for switching between video and stills or for accessing the gallery. There’s a distinctive design highlight too and the Sony T-series digicam back styling may as well be a strong selling point.
The presentably tidy design of the C includes a smattering of chrome-style trim around the navigation D-pad, the edge of the phone, and rather neatly in a strip across the back panel — contrasting well with the glossy ‘lacquer black’, ‘techno white’ and ‘glamour red’ colour schemes in which the C is available. The autofocus system works effectively at quickly locking onto subjects for crisply focused shots.
Sony Ericsson C903 pictures
Its 5-megapixel camera has a similar set of controls and software as its higher-end stablemate — including a decent autofocus system with face detection, Smile Shutter and BestPics gadgetry — although it has a dual-LED flash rather than the xenon type used on the C A-GPS satellite location finding technology is on board the C, while the phone also has HSPA high-speed data connectivity — useful for swift downloading of content or uploading of images and video from the handset to online services.
The 5-megapixel shooter here is stylishly covered up in c90 use by a slide-down panel that runs the full length of the phone.
GSMArena team11 March We can’t help but note that xenon could’ve been more at home in the T-series-inspired C Slider-shot Sony Ericsson C review. Sony Ericsson C has its candybar counterpart in sonh face of the C Inspired by the Sony T-series point-and-shoot digcams with an elegant lens cover, the Sony Ericsson C is a compact and attractive cameraphone. In addition, Face C9903 gives you the facility to identify and focus on faces that may not be centred for focus in a group shot; you can select the one you want to focus on from up to three the camera can detect.
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It can capture plenty of detail and colour reproduction appears vibrant and accurate. The C is packed with features you’d expect of a high-end phone and it behaves like one as well. Sony Ericsson C at ours Now then, we’re all set for a closer look at the C, so buckle up and hit the jump.
Lighter on features it may be, but weighing 96g against the C’s g, it’s also considerably easier in the pocket too. Comments 50 User reviews C