Sony Ericsson K850i

sony ericsson k850i

Sony Ericsson has become known for its high-quality camera phones, especially the models belonging to the Cyber-Shot line. This recent Cyber-Shot release may impress you a little more.

The Sony Ericsson K850i is the latest in the prestigious line of Cyber-Shot camera phones, both for creating superior photos as well as providing clear phone calls. The phone’s 5-megapixel camera draws many photography enthusiasts. It also comes stacked with a lot of special features, from image stabilizer, autofocus, white balance settings, adjustable ISO, spot metering, and color effects among others. Its BestPic feature enables you to take nine pictures of your subject in quick succession, and then select which shot you like best.

Meanwhile, its video camera mode may not have as too many options available, but it is more than any other camera phones around such as a night mode, white balance settings, and color effects. You can shoot either in multimedia message length, which is around 25 seconds, or shoot for as long as the memory permits. The xenon flash can also be used as a steady light.

At a candy-bar size of 4 inches by 1.9 inches by 0.7 inch and a weight of 4.2 ounces, it can be a little bit on the heavy side. Its 2.25-inch screen supports up to 262,114 colors, making every graph, image, and text bright and sharp. The K850i can accommodate up to 1,000 contacts, each can carry up to seven phone numbers, e-mail, URL, two street addresses, and even birthdays. You can even pair these contacts with a photo, as well as a ringtone, which displays on the screen whenever they call you.

The K850i also comes with a music player that supports various file types, including audio books and podcasts. You can also even customize the phone with a variety of wallpapers, screensavers, and color themes. Meanwhile, the K850i possesses clear call audio, with the callers’ voices sounding natural and without any interfering sounds.

However, just like many Sony Ericsson phones, its navigation can take a lot of learning while its touch control is not touch-sensitive at all. Its cell phone design also looks too stylish for its own good.

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