[HCDX] India: RDS FM Radio in the Sony C905
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[HCDX] India: RDS FM Radio in the Sony C905

The highlight of C905 Cyber-shot is its whopping 8.1 megapixel camera. The camera is assisted with a Xenon Flash and innovative new sliding lens mechanism. It has an auto-focus face detection technology, smart contrast, BestPic, upto 16x digital zoom, image stabilizer, photo fix, photo flash, photo light and red-eye reduction for image editing, video stabilizer, video recording capability assisted with video light, picture and video blogging, geo-tagging, photo feeds and PictBridge printing.

“Experience the pleasure of capturing magical moments with a real digital camera in a unique sliding C905 cyber-shot™ phone”, said Sudhin Mathur, General Manager, Sony Ericsson.”
Other features of the camera-phone include 2.4 inch scratch resistant display, memory extendable upto 2 GB via memory stick micro (M2), CCR-70 USB adapter compatibility for transferring and sharing of files and images. The images can also be viewed on the big screen and transferring them wirelessly from phone to TV via Wi-Fi. The phone can also be connected to the TV using TV-Out cable ITC-60. The photos can also be printed with a resolution to A3 size.
An additional feature which is included in the phone is GPS which is quite a popular feature with mobile phone owners these days.

Some very entertaining features include FM Radio RDS, 3D games, Java, Video streaming and viewing. Internet and connectivity options include Access NetFront Web browser, web feeds, WAP 2.0 XHTML, WAP 1.2.1, Bluetooth, Modem, Synchronisation PC, USB support, Wi-Fi and DLNA.

Jaisakthivel, Chennai, India

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