In addition to their Walkman Phones, Sony Ericsson has also upgraded their Cyber-Shot camera phone line. First to get an upgrade is their flagship K790/K800 model with SE K810/K818 cameraphone becoming a new flagship for the Cyber-Shots.
Sony Ericsson K810 is a 3G UMTS cellphone that now carries 3,2 megapixel camera with autofocus and Xenon flash. As all Cybershots, K810/818 has been designed putting photo function first. So it is no surprise that it is packed with features that help you take and share high quality pictures anytime and anywhere.
Xenon flash with red eye reduction and illuminated camera controls lets you take pictures in poor lighting conditions, built-in Picture Blogging app and 3G UMTS connectivity makes instant publishing possible, bundled Photo Fix software gives you possibility to edit photos on the fly.
Of course Sony Ericsson K810/818 Cybershot is full of other features that are a must for high end cellphone today. Like 2″ QVGA 262K Color TFT display, support for external Memory Stick Micro card, Video Camera and video phone calls, music and video player, FM Radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot K810 will go on sale in Q2 2007.
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