The updated version of Sony Ericsson‘s first ever eight-megapixel cameraphone is well worth a second look, it has been suggested.
In a new article for Trusted Reviews this week, Sandra Vogel looks at the changes that have been made to the Cyber-shot C905 model and concludes the device has some interesting features.
She says that in the past she has had some issues with the size and weight of the phone, noting that it is not suited to being kept in the pocket.
However, Ms Vogel states the inclusion of a new software package makes the Sony Ericsson C905 Plus worth consideration – which may interest those recycling mobile phones in order to fund a new device.
“I’ve given it an extra point for features over the original version and that is just enough to raise it to Trusted Reviews recommended status,” she concludes.
The phone was among a number of eight-megapixel cameraphones that emerged last year – such as the Samsung Pixon.
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