Sony Ericsson K800i Review

The Sony Ericsson K800i introduced yesterday is one of the first mobile phones to include Sony’s Cyber-Shot branding, lets take a look at the some of characteristics of this most recent mobile phone.

The Sony Ericsson K800i includes a hefty 3.2 megapixel camera with “Active Lens Cover”, autofocus, auto red eye reduction, 16x digital zoom and “Xenon” flash. The Cyber-shot like mobile phone is also competent at capturing and reviewing video also.

Functions of the Sony Ericsson K800i include, “PictBridge” for computer free printing, “BestPic” photography technology, this enables users to capture a series of nine photos (The taken photo plus four before and after) from just one click of the shutter, a video / image stabiliser and Adobe’s video / image management software.

The Dual-Mode Sony Ericsson K800i also incorporates an audio player which can play a host of music files including MP3 and ACC, RDS FM radio to keep up with your favourite radio shows, video player, Streaming Audio / Video and 3D gaming. The Sony Ericsson K800i phone also provides 64MB of user memory (storage can be expanded using Memory Stick Micro), so it may be possible to capture and keep up to 100, 3.2MB images on the Sony Ericsson K800i.

The Sony Ericsson K800i can also connect to other devices via the aid of Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0, the mobile phone can also be used to web surf and comes supplied with a HTML browser and RSS reader.

The UMTS Sony Ericsson K800i measures 106 x 47 x 18 (22) mm and weighs just 115 grams, this new mobile phone also offers up to 7 hours GSM/2.5 hours UMTS of talk time and up to 350 hours on standby.

USB cable, stereo hands-free kit and PC software come supplied with the Sony Ericsson K800i. This latest mobile phone from Sony Ericsson should be available sometime during the second quarter of 2006, no pricing information is currently available.

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