updated 03:15 pm EST, Sun February 10, 2008
Sony-Ericsson C702 C902
Rounding out Sony-Ericsson's phone releases at Mobile World Congress are the C702 and C902, both entries in the company's Cyber-shot cameraphone lineup. The 3.2- and 5-megapixel respective phones are each designed for frequent photography, each with their own unique twists. The C702 equips assisted GPS and will geotag photos with their positions; its body is also sealed against dust and splashes and is shaped to snap photos easily with one hand.
The C902 lacks these features but, in addition to the 5-megapixel sensor, adds auto-rotation support for photos, video light and stabilization modes, and a lens cover to guard the camera against grime. Both hold 160MB of internal memory, accept Memory Stick Micro cards, and function in the US with quad-band GSM/EDGE. 3G HSDPA and UMTS access will be available to Europeans when the the C702 and C902 both ship in the spring.