Sony k800i: A complete entertainment package
by Keith Rickwood
The Sony Ericsson K800i mobile phone is a cybershot digital camera
and the first Sony Ericsson handset to sport the Cyber-shot brand
name. It is a small and sophisticated feature packed 3G mobile phone.
A 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and a built-in xenon flash
are some of the great features of the phone. It is a dual mode UMTS/GPRS
phone together with unique mobile applications and Sony digital
imaging technology. It supports a large screen and tactile keypad
with a stylish dual front phone design. Other features of K800 are
FM tuner, USB 2.0, Memory Stick M2 slot, 64MB of internal storage
and of course, digital camera features such as Xenon Flash, 16x
digital zoom, red-eye reduction, and an image stabilizer. The K800
is also a complete entertainment package including music player
and 3D gaming.
The Sony Ericsson K800i is a successor of the K750 and it upgrades
the camera resolution from 2 to 3.2 mega pixels and replaces the
ordinary LED flash with the Xenon one. As a multimedia-oriented
phone, it comes with stereo headphones. The camera stabilizer function
of the phone compensates any small movements of the hand when taking
a picture and shooting video. When you take a photo, you can share
it straight away using Bluetooth, multimedia messaging or blog it.
An impressive feature is BestPic that ensures that you never miss
an important picture. This feature allows you to capture exactly
the moment you desire. You can get 9 full quality 3.2 megapixel
pictures to choose from and save the ones you like best. The phone
combines advanced image capture capabilities with high speed data
transfer. This makes it perfect tool for shooting and sharing high
quality pictures and video.
Overall, it is a small and sophisticated feature-packed 3G mobile
phone that is an all in one device. It is an ideal imaging phone
that you cannot resist buying.
About the Author
Keith Rickwood is Webmaster of Mobile Rainbow.This website deals
in contract mobile phones and Sim free phones on major six mobile
phone networks in UK.