Sony Ericsson K800 & K790: 3.2 Megapixels of phone

Sony Ericsson K800
To be available in second quarter of this year (2006), the K800 and K790 phones from Sony Ericsson would be first ones to have 3.2 Megapixel digital camera with autofocus, xenon flash and carry the Cyber-shot brand and it's simple camera interface, with a new BestPic feature. Once you press the shutter button, you get 9 full quality 3.2 megapixel pictures to choose from in a time sequence, 4 pictures before and 4 pictures after the actual image you captured; simply scroll back or forward to select and save the best picture you like.


With the K800 and K790, you can print any picture without the need for a PC with a USB cable or blog it with an integrated Picture Blogging feature. For Business users there is a full featured HTML browser, RSS feed support, Google Search  and support for EDGE/UMTS and push mail connectivity. Here's a list of all the major features:

  • 3.2 Mega pixel with Auto Focus Camera with Xenon Flash
  • BestPic- & Video and image stabilizer function
  • 2.0″ QVGA 262K TFT display
  • Active lens cover, Photo keys, Cyber-shot- user interface
  • Memory for 100 pictures (at 3.2MP), 64 MB internal user memory
  • Video recording/playback, Adobe picture/video PC SW
  • 16x Digital zoom, Auto red eye reduction
  • DPOF & PictBridge
  • Time line view of pictures
  • Picture Blogging (powered by Blogger), PictureDJ - and VideoDJ-
  • Standard push e-mail (P-IMAP) support
  • VGA camera for Video Telephony (no VGA camera in K790)
  • Music Player (MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ support)
  • Video Player, Music DJ-
  • OMA DRM phase 1.x
  • Streaming Audio/Video
  • 3D games, A/B buttons for horizontal games support
  • RDS FM radio
  • Bluetooth® 2.0 & IrDA
  • HTML Full Browser with RSS readers
  • USB 2.0 Mass storage
  • External antenna connector
  • Memory Stick Micro- (M2-) slot
  • Flight mode
  • Multitasking
  • USB cable, stereo portable handsfree and PC software in the box

 The Phones offer a talktime of up to 7 hours (GSM)/2.5 hours (UMTS) and a standby time of up to 350 hours and weigh about 115 grams. No word on price yet.


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