Tuesday, October 19, 2010

CYBER-SHOT S006 : sony ericsson 16.2 mp mobile phone

Sony Ericsson has introduced the S006 Smartphone from KDDI, a device which is aimed at people who think that more is better.

Sony Ericsson has released a Cyber-shot phone with a 16.2MP CMOS sensor on the popular Japanese carrier KDDI. Called the Cyber-shot S006, the latest Sony Ericsson phone is definitely attempting to wrest the crown from Nokia N8 – the reigning cameraphone. Of course, in the world of digital cameras, it is a long accepted fact that megapixels don’t always mean everything in image quality. The N8’s extra large sensor pixels do help, as well as the 28mm wide angle lens.

The device comes equipped with an impressive 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor. Although the canera may not deliver performance that can be equivalent to a good DSLR, it can definitely offer a better imaging experience when compared to other camera phones.
The S006 has the ability to achieve ISO 12800 and also has a proprietary Exmor R image engine. The phone, which comes with a Sony Ericsson operating system, runs on a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The device is also equipped with an integrated FM tuner and GPS navigation. The connectivity options of the phone include WiFi and Bluetooth, and the device has a 3.3-inch display with VGA resolution.
No details have been announced by the company about the pricing of the exclusive device which will only be available for the KDDI customers by spring of 2011. The company has decided to launch the device initially in the Japanese markets, while the rest of the world will have to wait for sometime to get hold of the device
  • ISO settings up to ISO 12800

  • 1GHz Snapdragon processor

  • 3.3-inch screen (HVGA or WVGA)

  • WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.

  • Sony’s own proprietary non-smartphone OS

  • exclusive to KDDI in Japan

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