Sony Ericsson C905a spotted at FCC

Sony Ericsson C905a spotted at FCC

Sony Ericsson C905a has been spotted at FCC.

The new device’s camera capabilities are spectacular: an 8.1 Megapixel CMOS (3264×2448, 7,99 effective pixels) camera with autofocus, 3-led videolight, Xenon flash, focus assist lamp, self portrait mirror, image stabilizer, 16x digital zoom, face detection autofocus for up to three faces, Auto Rotate, BestPic, a Mechanical lens cover, video recording QVGA (320×240pixels) capabilities, dedicated camera still/record/review key dual function D-pad and a photo album.

Besides the spectacular camera capabilities, Sony Ericsson C905a also features A-GPS with picture geotagging, Bluetooth, MicrosoftExchangeActiveSync, DNLA technologies, Netfront 4.5 web browser with autorotate capabilities, FM radio with RDS, PlayNow 5.0, the MediaPlayer 3.0 with Megabass, 160MB and the 2GB M2 memory included, a micro card slot for up to 8GB cards.

The new C905 will only come in three colors, namely Night Black, Ice Silver and Copper Gold.

The C905’s release date and the price tag have not been set yet. Fortunately, it is known that this new camera phone from Sony Ericsson will be available via AT&T, using the American 3G network.

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