I had see it,everything is good but small screen so not finest for browsing
the display is so dark...
less brightness..somebody tell me where could i upload better display driver for c902i..?
The only successful Cyber-Shot phone was only the k800i
other Cyber-Shot phones tried to be a successor but failed due to faulty hardware,Software issues and Lower image quality
Here are some devices that tried to be a great successor of the great k800i's success
K810i-It is a remake of the k800i having a slimmer body.But some of the photo reviews of www.phonearena.com that this phone's camera sensor has some kind of grey filter resulting in a low contrast and lack of color saturation and there were keypad issues about it
K850i-It was meant to be a successor of the K800i due to the improved UI and an upgrade of the megapixel count,but in our suprise image quality didn't really improve,and there were a lot of problems like the BROD and the wearing out of the 3 touch sensitive soft keys,and faulty hardware keys.
C905-Alas the first announced 8 megapixel phone.It improved in terms of image quality,but still it ain't the best 8 megapixel phone (Remember K800i was the best 3.2 megapixel phone) and there problems about the keypad and speakers
K770i-It has a nice neat camera cover,a slim waistline,but it had smaller screen size,the camera flash wasn't a Xenon one,and again we find another keypad problems
C702-The dust and splash resistant Cyber-Shot,it had a better sensor,but not a better flash,it has a dual led rather than Xenon.And naming it dust and Splash resistant doesn't seem quite good cause the Fast port slot is not equipped with a cover
C510-Dubbed as the most affordable Cyber-Shot,I heard that the phone seemed to shoot like the k800i outdoors,but indoors it didn't turn quite good as it is also equip with a dual led
C902-The slim 5mp phone had a nice design and a sleek feature,but the image was a 2 incher,but it seems OK ,but it lacked something important and again it was the flash,but was replace with the new photo led,but nothing can really beat Xenon in indoor shooting
C903-Inspired by the Sony Digital Camera T-series with a cute sliding lens cover,but again lacked the proper Digicam flash resulting again to a less image quality indoors
Well I just can't think that Sony Ericsson is putting much effort here,it's like problems here and there,poor image quality for a camera phone.But there is still hope there are some new Cyber-Shot models that make the Cyber-Shot branding the best again liked what the k800i Three years ago.
Here are some phones that might interest you
Idou-(Still no model name or line up but I guess it'll be a cyber-shot branding) It has a touch screen hoping it'll be a capacitive one,having a 12 megapixel sensor,it will be also equip with a new Symbian UI,but I surely hope that their Video capabilities will further improve,like HD video recording,just like Omnia HD and Dolby for our audio system,that would be one heck of a Multimedia Machine,but what's important is that they could make it one of the Best imaging device.
C901-now released in other countries but I think it'll not be world wide it has a 5 megapixel sensor,a Xenon flash,and video light.We're just hoping that next time would release a device like this it should be worldwide.
There you have it my thoughts for the Cyber-Shot branding.
Guys please i wanna buy this phone monday! Is it good phone? Does it have any problems like restarting,switching off...? Just tell me is this good phone or should i look for other?! How about c901 or maybe c510?? Thanks
It's unique........i love it.....(tapi kok g punya ya. Just imagine it on my hand, oh the beautiful phone)
Giff, 13 May 2009I am about to upgrade from a K800I and am interested in the C902. What do you think?excellent choice my broer, you won't regret it
Giff, 13 May 2009I am about to upgrade from a K800I and am interested in the C902. What do you think?any one on three
Donkey Dave, 13 May 2009This phone is fine. Havent had any issues with it, the picture quality is reasonably good and ... moreI am about to upgrade from a K800I and am interested in the C902. What do you think?
This phone is fine. Havent had any issues with it, the picture quality is reasonably good and the sound quality is the usual good quality Ive come to expect from SE. Its a little pricey, but I didnt pay for it. Could have used WIFI, but then I could also use free money. Long story short, read specs and if it suits buy it. If not then dont.
keiko, 12 May 2009ei guys...pls help me... i need know w/c phone shud i buy...hmm...nokia xpress music or sony e... moreare you after camera or music? go to SE, SE always have good camter and music: w8 for w995 or c901
ei guys...pls help me... i need know w/c phone shud i buy...hmm...nokia xpress music or sony ericsson?...w/c is w/c???...tnx!...
i used this phone for 2 months and i experience a lot of this camphone.. this phone is lacks of autofocus and the camera flash is not good at all compared to k850i. and the description about the specs of this is not accurately detailed.. because for all c902 users this phone have accelorometer w/c use for autorotate which is not clearly detailed in the specification here in gsmarena.com
tnx i think this could help
and what i think also the lcd of this phone cost alot.
bcos of its touch features when using camera
cindy, 01 May 2009help guys. i don't know w/c phone to buy. c902 or g900. thanksHi,
Do not buy G900 if you are looking for good camera. Camera is really very bad in G900 . it has 5MP. but pictures takes like 1 megapixle. but if you are looking for touchscreen & wifi than go for G900.
C902 is better if you looking for camera phone. But still not very good.Picture quality is not very good but better than G900
Been using it for about a week now. No problems so far. Seriously better than my previous Nokia N82. It was my first and last Nokia phone. Pictures ar not that bad. Sound quality is good. Very user friendly too. Keypad could be bigger though. A little stiff too. No other problems. Having GPS or Wifi would have made it even better but I'm a happy user for now. Nokia should learn from SE.