SE Mobile Games: Sony Ericsson C903 Review

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Sony Ericsson C903 Review

The recently released Sony Ericsson C903 is a stunning addition to the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shots cameraphone lineup. It is a mid-range handset with some excellent plus points. Actually, the Sony Ericsson C903 was inspired by the Sony T-series point-and-shoot digcams, thus you will expected an excellent camera in this handset. However, the SE C903 might be the last Cyber-Shots cameraphone because the company is planning to phase out the distinction between its Cyber-Shot and Walkman brands that announced lately.


The Sony Ericsson C903 is a compact device in slider form factor. It measures 97 x 49 x 16 mm and weighs 96 grams and it fits comfortably into any pocket and is lightweight enough to not even be noticed. The 2.4″ QVGA display dominates the front panel. Though, it is standard VGA resolution of 240×320 pixels, but the screen look beautifully sharp and clear, and very good legibility under bright sunlight . Below the screen you’ll find a square D-pad and six neatly arranged buttons for call start and stop, shortcuts, cancel and two soft keys. All these keys are large enough to hit accurately. Sliding the phone up reveals the flatbed alphanumeric keyboard. They are made from a single sheet of plastic with augmented grooves to differentiate the keys make the typing is quick and easy. Despite the good looking of the device but ergonomics are also fine.


Since SE C903 is only mid-range cameraphone, so it spot a 5MP camera instead of 8MP, but it doesn’t mean it is not a decent camera. The camera capable of producing images with a maximum resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels and come with a LED flash. Features rich is another jump of the camera, it offers a wide range of niceties such as smile shutter, face detection, image and video stabilizer, BestPic, auto-rotate, macro mode, spot metering, camera images geo-tagging, etc for you to play along with. Image quality is excellent, images has accurate colors and n nicely sharp edges. And when the camera is switch to capturing video, it is able to record video in QVGA resolution at 30fps. The video is in mp4 format so it can be directly watched at any mp4 player. The camera also has a reasonably quick response. Overall, the 5MP camera in C903 is somehow better than some other higher resolution camera. Read Complete review Sony Ericsson C903 Review

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