The Sony Ericsson C905 Black is part of the company’s Cybershot range, which brings a new standard of picture quality to camera phones. This is borne out by the fact that the phone is the first to incorporate an eight megapixel camera outside the Korean market.
Plenty of images captured by the phone can stored in its 20GB onboard memory, with an extra 2GB available when adding a Memory Stick Micro. There is scope to send these wirelessly from your phone to your TV through Wi-Fi or connect via the TV-Out Cable ITC-60. Alternatively, you can upload them directly to your blog or print them off, while the geotagging function allows users to see where they were in the world when the image was taken.
Also housed in the Sony Ericsson C905 Black is a phone book, alarm clock,
Calculator, calendar, notes, stopwatch, timer, speakerphone and vibrating alert. There is also a version of the Access Netfront web browser and push email support.
The Sony Ericsson C905 Black is a quad band handset, meaning it can be used worldwide and offers nine hours GSM talk time or four hours 3G talk time.