I want to buy a new phone and I'm considering SonyEricsson because my Nokia N80's battery life is absolutely crap.
But when I go to SonyEricsson.com and compare the C902 with the K850i, it seems that the C902 DOESN'T HAVE A XENON FLASH, and it also DOESN'T HAVE VIDEO-CALL.
Can this be a mistake on the website?
No need to flash your e-peens about with all this talk of "PhD" and "quantitative physics" and all these calculations. Congradulations, you went to university and now feel the need to throw your oh so smartness about on a phone site.
ANYhoo it appears to be a great camera phone, as are most of SE's cybershots. But I guess we will see when it comes out.
Small screen it doesnt matter
see the features of the phone excllent cam powerful flash = Xneon and works in Video Qvga 30 Fps and Cyber-Shot with face detection and best picture works with flash only 10mm & motion sensor 200 MB memory onboard and M2 Memory 5 MP Camera and great desgin it beats the hell of the nokia N96 in camera i think this phone is better than K850 in Camera and feature and desgin so just forget the 2 inch screen so that is great phone from great manufactor
people who bad talk the camera.... shut up the camera is the last detail worked on b4 release even GOOD reviewers state that... people that say screen size doesnt matter.... shut up it does fullstop. people who wanna know which to choose G900 or C902... depends on if u want flash or wireless simple... i want both but wireless is more important to me im gettin the G900 but the C902 is definately gonna b the better camera phone... and in my opinion the C902 looks better than the G900 i think its the keys that give off that "look at me" feel i just love looking at the C902
reviews at the moment that the phone hasn't been released yet should not be taken very seriously.
it wouldnt be named Cyber-shot if its no good for Pictures.
I like this forum. lol_maker you deserve your name lol...Man you made me pee my pants!
Since I have a PhD in Statistics and Quantitative Physics I thought I could clarify the 2" vs. 2.4" screen problem. In a rectangular shaped screen (like a mobile phone) a 20% diagonal increase will lead to approximately 1/3 overall size increase (roughly 33% and not 40% since the sides will not proportionnaly increase by the same percentage but by 16.67%). Hope that helps!
Talking about the C902 now, I think it will be a nice Cybershot that will revive the brand. If the pic quality is good I am getting one.
Please everyone. Forgive my friend for crossing the line on this chat. He's just having his periods while studying geometry!!!
PS: as I said I will let you know when they release a 22" mobile phone :)
The definition of significant may be different for you,
You may be only an 8 year old, but later in a couple of years you will study geometry.
You will be able to calculate then that a 20% diagonal increase leads to about 40% increase of screen size. For me any increase by 40% is significant.
Your foolish joke about walking around with a 22˝ display for given - after all you probably do not know (yet) what similarity is - you will learn that later too.
I agree with the guy who says that the screen size difference is not significant. For a TV you are right, but as for a phone it's small by definition. But promise when they release a phone with a 22" screen I will let you know...No need to say that you will look great walking on the street with it!
Now, seriously! All of you who keep criticising the photo quality. Don't judge before it actually comes out on June 9th as there will be enhancements. The new technology built in this phone (photoflash, compact lens, pix softwares) will simply impress. SE can't get it wrong this time.
By the way, whoever says that the difference between the 2˝and 2.4˝display is not significant is an .....
Yes, correct it is not significant it is mega-significant. It is like between a 15-17˝ monitor and a 22˝ monitor. Huge difference between a 17˝and 19˝and another huge difference between 19˝ and 22˝monitors.
C902 got horrible review for an independent group.
For example the picture quality is totally junk.
I would prefer the C902 because I need a quad phone but I guess I have to go with the G900 and hope it will be fine.
SE has been recently dropping the ball on its phones. Let´s hope they got it together this time.
lens do matter. to achieve good picture quality, your pictures must have reduced noise in it. so what's noise anyway? - noise are the tiny red, green, pink specs in your picture.you can observe this specs on low end cameras... the main reason for this is that the lens must match the size of the picture. in other words, the larger the pixel the larger should the lens be. it must be parallel. ..
so in my opinion, this phone might not be much of what is expected in it.
I had the same dilemna but what made me decide to go for the C902 is the slim design and the fact that it is quad band and HSDPA(since I travel quite a lot this phone will be perfect). Plus, I love taking pictures so a Cybershot branding is a sign of great quality. However, G900 has a slightly bigger touch screen with WiFi but is only tri-band and the 5M camera has an average flash (perfect if you are not planning to take many pictures). Again, it depends on what you need for your everyday life, but for me I would go for the C902 without hesitation...
June 8th it will be available. Muhahaha
price will be 600 ~ 750 USD.
Question is, C902 or G900?
Wow, I love how gupsy augily just looked stupid right now.
Moving along, I believe that the K to C series for cameraphones is somewhat of a good move, but what is bad about this phone is that Sony Ericsson opted out a larger screen for more touchsensitive buttons, around the screen nonetheless, and none ergonomic.
With that, they've done good to make the phone MUCH thinner, over the K850, but it's now wider, and it's with matches it with a Motorola RAZR2 (I've compared both side by side, and the effect of the phone's looked from the RAZR, though it's wide, makes it still look thinner then this phone).
This phone will be in stock with O2 week commencing 9th June according to customer services.