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Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber-shot mobile phone

Sony Ericsson has unveiled the latest handset in its Cyber-shot range of mobile phones. The C903 is a 5Mp cameraphone with both automatic face-detection and 'smile shutter' features.

Measuring 97x49x16mm, the C903 can capture video clips as well as taking photos and comes with an LED flash a 16x digital zoom.  The built-in GPS can be used to geo-tag snaps taken with the phone. Alternatively, Sony Ericsson provides use Google Maps or the three-month trial of WayFinder navigation software.

The C903 cameraphone has a 2.4in screen that automatically rotates depending on the original orientation of the onscreen image or video.

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Available in Lacquer Black, Techno White and Glamour Red, C903 users can also make use of Bluetooth connectivity, email capability and a MP3 player with TrackID. This identifies the name and artist of a track and provides access to Sony Ericsson's PlayNow service to download paid-for music tracks, mobile games and wallpapers to the handset, as well as an FM radio.

The C903 has a 105MB internal memory, which can be expanded with a memory stick. No information about pricing or operators has been released yet.

See also: Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot 8.1Mp phone

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