Sony Ericsson K810i

By: Samuel Herrick

Sony Ericsson's camera phone range has not only changed the dynamics of the market, but also revolutionised the way we imagine the capabilities of a camera mobile. In an effort to bring out nothing short of best, Sony Ericsson has consistently pushed the boundaries between mobile phones and standalone digital cameras. Be it the K750i's auto focus, or K800i's flash, the manufacture have made a special impact every time, they hit the road.

With this pedigree there is no wonder that the next in the line- Sony Ericsson K810i is endowed with some highly ace ergonomics and neat looks. The main difference between Sony Ericsson K810i and its predecessor is the design. Our new model comes with a glossy front section, just to ensure it is not left behind in the race of shiny fashion phones. Further, there is also a rather interesting keypad that features small circular silver keys.

Sony Ericsson K810i comes with a 3.2 MP camera - same as that of its predecessor. The camera also auto-focus and xenon flash. In terms of camera software, the Sony Ericsson K810i allows you to make videos as well, in addition to sending pictures to friends via MMS, email or blog them to a Blogger blog. Probably the only difference here is a feature called Photo Fix that automatically adjusts light balance, brightness and contrast.

Most of the other features of this handset is pretty straight forward. There's Bluetooth and support for A2DP), 3G connectivity and infrared, a VGA camera for video calling, a competent MP3 player, an expandable Memory Stick Micro M2 slot, support for IMAP4 email accounts and POP3, an RSS feed reader, an FM radio and a Web browser.

Sony Ericsson K810i comes through as a good device but there are some points to ponder. Unfortunately there is no 3.5mm headphone adaptor in the box, and neither are the innovative keys very friendly. Nonetheless in terms of camera phones, you have got a good deal here.

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