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tranced
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10 February 2008

Sony Ericsson’s new C702 Cyber-shot™ and C902 Cyber-shot™ deliver best-in class picture quality beyond just megapixels.

Barcelona, Spain – 10th February 2008 – Sony Ericsson today announced two high-performance additions to its popular Cyber-shotTM phone range with the launch of the C702 Cyber-shot™ and C902 Cyber-shot™. The two phones, packed with the latest camera technology, make it effortless to take perfect pictures of those spontaneous moments – day or night, at a bar or the beach – and instantly share them with friends and family.

“The two new Cyber-shot™ phones that we have announced today share certain characteristics. Both phones place ease-of-use and best-in-class picture quality at the heart of their designs,” said Sven Totté, Head of Imaging Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “Yet both appeal to different audiences. One is engineered to let you take more pictures in more places and the other is designed to look as stunning as the pictures it takes.”

Sony Ericsson C702 Cyber-shotTM – Take pictures everywhere

Splash and dust resistant* – perfect for your active lifestyle
Single-handed camera use – for spur-of-the-moment photos
Built-in GPS with location-based imaging – sort and view your photos according to where you took them

Never too extreme

You can use the C702 Cyber-shot™ in a range of different conditions, as its unique design means its both splash and dust resistant*. This means that whether you’re off-road or just off to the mall, your C702 Cyber-shot™ phone can always be at your side wherever you go, whatever you do. After all, the best camera is the one you have with you.

Never miss a shot

The C702 Cyber-shot™ is engineered to let you take pictures in any position. The camera key and the active lens cover are specifically designed and placed so that you can stabilise the 3.2 megapixel camera and capture the moment with one hand - perfect for an active lifestyle. Combine this with steady-grip materials and a wrist-strap provided in-box, and the C702 Cyber-shot™ really is geared to go more places.

Never lost

The C702 Cyber-shot™ integrates GPS and a range of location-based imaging services that really add a new dimension to taking and managing your photos. When you take a picture, information about where you are in the world is automatically added to the image. So you can always share your best moments with your friends and family according to where the shots were taken. Or you can simply sort the picture through your photo gallery on the PC or on the web.

If you are lost on your travels, Google™ Maps for Mobile locates and guides you to where you want to go, enabling you to roam free with confidence. Use GPS to pinpoint your location and then get turn-by-turn voice guidance to your destination. Find your way home or to one of up to 20 million points of interest.

Camera
Auto focus
Camera - 3.2 megapixel
Digital Zoom - up to 2x
Photo fix
Photo light
Video record

Music
Album art
Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
Media Player
MegaBass™
Music tones - MP3, AAC
PlayNow™
TrackID™

Internet
Access NetFront™ Web Browser
WAP 2.0 XHTML
Web feeds

Entertainment
3D games
Java
Media
Radio - FM radio RDS
Video Clip
Video streaming

Connectivity
Bluetooth™ technology
Modem
PictBridge
Synchronisation PC
USB mass storage
USB support

Messaging
Email
MMS (Multimedia Messaging)
Predictive text input
Sound recorder
Text messaging (SMS)

Communication
Polyphonic ringtones
Speakerphone
Vibrating Alert

Design
Navigation key
Picture wallpaper
Wallpaper animation

Organiser
Alarm clock
Calculator
Calendar
Flight mode
Notes
Phone book
Stopwatch
Tasks
Timer

Size
106.0 x 48.0 x 16.0 mm
4.2 x 1.9 x 0.6 inches

Weight
105.0 g
3.7 oz

Available colours
Cool Cyan
Speed Black

Screen
240x320 pixel
262,144-colour TFT

Memory
Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support
150 MB

*Actual free memory may vary due to phone pre-configuration

Networks
GSM 850
GSM 900
GSM 1800
GSM 1900
UMTS 2100
EDGE
HSDPA





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Posted: 2008-04-24 02:24
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a review

http://mobilearsenal.com/revi[....]_cyber-gps_2/introduction.html
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I am interested in buying this phone too!But I am waiting to find out the SAR value...
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On 2008-04-24 23:33:35, bomber21 wrote:
I am interested in buying this phone too!But I am waiting to find out the SAR value...

!?
Dude, you shouldn't pay so much attention to the SAR value. I mean, if this phone were to roast your brain, they wouldn't release it, would they (or any other phone for that matter)?
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Some one tell me what SAR range is safe?
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On 2008-04-24 23:46:11, NightBlade wrote:

On 2008-04-24 23:33:35, bomber21 wrote:
I am interested in buying this phone too!But I am waiting to find out the SAR value...

!?
Dude, you shouldn't pay so much attention to the SAR value. I mean, if this phone were to roast your brain, they wouldn't release it, would they (or any other phone for that matter)?

I am not sure... I have read all those surveys about mobile phones and I am a little worried...


On 2008-04-25 07:40:54, muthu_s85 wrote:
Some one tell me what SAR range is safe?

Europe: 2.00
USA:1.60

[ This Message was edited by: bomber21 on 2008-04-25 10:43 ]
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I had a look on the SE developer site and couldn't find any SAR info for the C702...
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On 2008-04-25 12:50:55, carkitter wrote:
I had a look on the SE developer site and couldn't find any SAR info for the C702...


It is not announced yet.
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review of this C phone in mobilearsenal isn't that good (camerawise)
please , do not put into shame the C-S branding..
anyways, its just a proto that was reviewed.
waiting for an in-depth review of a commercial unit
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Posted: 2008-04-28 13:44
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Here's what GSMArena said about the C702's camera.

"The photos of the 3.2 megapixel camera are pretty good, with fine detail and nice level of sharpening. The images are well balanced with mild contrast. We have some issues with the focus in macro mode, but do remember that this is not the final version of the camera firmware. Generally, image quality is above Sony Ericsson K810."

I think that's quite good.
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Posted: 2008-04-28 14:50
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That sounds good. The K810i takes good quality pics as has been demonstrated right here. Would be good to see some examples.
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Posted: 2008-04-28 14:56
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On 2008-04-25 11:42:19, bomber21 wrote:

On 2008-04-25 07:40:54, muthu_s85 wrote:
Some one tell me what SAR range is safe?

Europe: 2.00
USA:1.60


In US SAR is measured in different way than in EU. That's why there are more than one SAR document for each SE phone. For instance T650 has measured SAR of 1.8 for EU using the ICNIRP recomendation and 1.45 for US using the FCC recomendation. One can roughly say that FCC 1.6 corresponds to ICNIRP 2.0 (they are probably not 100% equivalent).
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Posted: 2008-05-01 21:52
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Guys, here's a weird one for you, the phone's already being sold at one of the major mobile phone retailers in Bulgaria. And it's not that expensive, too (about $450).
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the c702 is only a mid-range phone thats why it's cheap.
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