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.
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.