Sony Ericsson K810i

By: Bradley Ben

Sony Ericsson's K series is one of the most reputed names in the field of camera phones. Similarly, CyberShot from Sony is known all over the world for its advent grade digital camera and other imaging tools. Coming together of these two brands have resulted in the creation of some of the most exquisite camera mobile phones that have taken not just the K series, but the whole mobile phone imaging field to a higher plane. Among all CyberShot phones available now, the Sony Ericsson K810i represents the apex of this line up of powerful camera phones.

The Sony Ericsson K810i is a simple candy bar handset with evolved imaging skills and 3G capabilities.

The handset weighs 115 grams despite its embedded 3G technology and sports a sleek dimension and even sleeker outlook. The Sony Ericsson K810i is currently available Noble Blue and Golden Ivory. The front fascia of the mono block handset is dominated by the 2 inch, 262k colour capable TFT screen. The handset uses conventional keys which looks great in their shiny round shape. A secondary VGA resolution digital camera is locate just above the display of the mobile phone to send across videos of the user while on video calls.

Primary camera module of the is 3.2 megapixel - which has remained constant since the K800i broke the 3 megapixel barrier during its launch. 16x digital zoom, integrated Xenon flashlight, autofocus, red eye reduction, photo and video editor, special effects and many such tools and imaging aids have put the Sony Ericsson K810i in direct competition with traditional digital camera. But this CyberShot has much more into it than just high grade camera. The triband handset is embedded with 3G technology which enables you to take part in video calls across UMTS network. Traditional ways of data connectivity like GPRS and EDGE are included so that you continue to enjoy the benefit of mobile internet connectivity even in non 3G networks.

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