Sony Ericsson has made a number of improvements to one of its most popular mobile phones that "should all be applauded", a new review states.

An article for states the manufacturer had a great deal of success with the original C905 and its replacement should impress lovers of the original.

The eight-megapixel cameraphone was one of the first to emerge on the market alongside models such as the Samsung Pixon and budding photographers have once again been catered for with the new C905+.

Features such as smile shutter are praised for offering a new dimension to the phone‘s built in snapper and with access to social networking sites like Facebook, the Snapfish service means pictures can be easily managed.

BBC iPlayer is also now accessible through the phone and SMS conversation is another extra that the review claims is a worthwhile addition.

"The manufacturer has taken what was already a great handset and given the user more," it concludes.

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