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Friday, 15 June 2007 08:10

5Mega pixel Cyber-shot from SonyEricsson

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A seriously funky handset

If you're not into the SonyEricsson Walkman phones, then maybe the new Cyber-shot K850i will take your fancy. It has no less than a 5Mega pixel camera with auto focus and image stabiliser. It's also got a built in Xenon flash and anti-blur technology.

It will be available in a choice of two colours, Luminous Green and Velvet Blue, although this is really just a colour change of the trim and the sides of the phone, as the fascia remains black.

The K850i measures 102 x 48 x 17 mm and weighs 118g. It has 40MB of built in memory and this can be expanded either via a Sony M2 memory card or a Micro SD card, which is a first for a SonyEricsson handset. A 256MB M2 memory card is supplied with the phone.

The screen measures 2.2in and has a 320x240 resolution and it can display 262,144 colours. The K850i is a quad-band GSM handset with tri-band 3G and HSDPA, which means that you should be able to use it pretty much anywhere in the world.

It also has built in support for Bluetooth 2.0 and it comes with an FM radio with RDS.

You can read more about the K850i here

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