Sony Ericsson has released details of four new handsets, including a new flagship camera phone and two mobile broadband dongles.
The manufacturer has stepped up the battle of the camera phones, with the unveiling of its latest Cyber-shot handset, the 8.1-megapixel C905.
The C905 is Sony Ericsson’s first slider Cyber-shot, and comes with face detection, auto-focus, smart contrast and image stabiliser, and GPS for geo-tagging of photos and navigation.
The device also features a 2.4-inch scratch resistant mineral glass display, and comes with a 2GB memory stick.
The C905 is available in three colours: night black, ice silver, and copper gold, and will be available in ‘selected markets’ in the last quarter of the year.
The manufacturer has also released details of its first HSPA USB mobile broadband dongles, the MD400 and MD400g.
As well as mobile broadband, the devices combine an M2 Memory Stick Micro and a microSD slot, and the MD400g has an in-built GPS receiver which automatically shows the user’s location and links directly to Google Maps.
Two new entry-level bar handsets were also unveiled today. The J132 is billed as a ‘solid talk and text phone’, and the K330 adds a few more features, including a VGA camera and ‘Health mate’ to keep track of calories.
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