Sony Ericsson’s C510: cheapest 3G Cyber-shot 3,2mp mobile phone – 2009 best selling with more appsBy rmr_view • Mar 26th, 2009 • Category: ! Daily Info & Reviews, Mobile Phone
Sporting the Cyber-shot brand, the C510 is geared up to be another of Sony Ericsson’s photo-majoring mobiles. It’s not one of the high megapixel-count big hitters like the C905, however; the 3.2-megapixel cameraphone is instead billed as Sony Ericsson’s most affordable Cyber-shot phone so far.
Its camera capabilities may be the big shot feature – it has an autofocus system with extra gadgetry like Face Detection and Smile Shutter, plus LED flash – but it also has a comfortable mid-tier level of functionality inside.
It’s a 3G-enabled, HSDPA-equipped handset, supporting fast audio and video downloads and browsing, video calling, and has a bunch of standard-issue Sony Ericsson online-based applications including Google Maps and YouTube and blogging upload options onboard. Music and video players and an FM radio maintain the entertainment quota.
Mobile network operator 3’s customised version of the C510 adds a few extra apps too, including an integrated Facebook application, Skype internet phone calling capability, and Windows Live Messenger instant messaging.
While preceding devices have the K-prefix as the product name, the C510 is the first of Sony Ericsson imaging devices with the C5-prefix in front. From the outside, one could easily mistake it for the Nokia 6300, which recently ended up in the top three of the most-sold handsets for 2008. Obviously, the form factor of the C510 and 6300 is a key factor in marketing this phone.
Sony Ericsson announced the C510 on 08 January 2009, which is the eve of the landmark Consumer Electronics Show 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This is the cheapest Cyber-Shot device on the market . The Smile Shutter and Face Detection are notable technologies that are included in this device. Face Detection focuses on human faces, and Smile Shutter detects a target’s smile and shoots the photo right away.
The Sony Ericsson C510 has a 262K TFT colour screen and comes with 100 MBs of memory, which is expandable by means of a Memory Stick Micro slot.
It would be that the C510 ends up in the top 10 list when they compile 2009’s best-selling mobiles
this phone would likely outsell competing products with similar specifications.
2.2 inches TFT scratch-resistant display with 262K colors and 240 x 320 pixels
3.2 MP camera with autofocus, face detection and geotagging
Slide in lens cover
Illuminated imaging shortcuts
Snapfish application (by HP)
Access NetFront browser
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
FM radio with RDS
SMS conversation style
100 MB of internal memory
Memory Stick Micro M2 cards support
107 x 47 x 12.5 mm
price :rm900 – rm930
rm750 – rm765 ap
Sony Ericsson’s megapixel digital camera gives you crisp high resolution every time and added features more common to standalone cameras.
Want the people in your photos come out sharp and clear? With the Face detection function activated, the camera automatically finds – and sets the focus to – the face in your viewfinder.
Go for the smile
Press the Smile Shutter™ shortcut key, and you’re guaranteed to have happy people in your pictures. Your C510 waits for the smile to appear – and when it’s there, the camera automatically snaps the shot.
There’s music in the air – just tune in and enjoy. Your phone has a built-in stereo FM radio.
Blog your life
The easy way to share your life in pictures. Take or choose a photo, add a little text and publish it for friends and family to enjoy
Watch your favorite clips over and over again. And when that funny moment you just caught on video deserve a wider audience, upload it for all to see. Your phone is fully YouTube™ compatible.
What’s that sound? Just record a few seconds of music and TrackID™ (powered by Gracenote Mobile MusicID) returns the song name, artist and album to your phone within seconds
Turn it on to get a better picture in poor lighting.
Accelerometer – auto-rotate
Enjoy your pictures in portrait or landscape mode. To move between modes, simply rotate the phone and the picture follows.
Quality prints via Snapfish
Get quality prints of your pictures delivered straight to your door via Snapfish*. You send the print order directly from your phone.
* The Snapfish service is subject to market availability. Snapfish and the Snapfish logo are trademarks of Snapfish.
PictBridge – print straight from your phone
Skip the computer and photo editing software. Just connect your phone to a printer, choose an image and print.
3.2-megapixel camera with LED flash Cyber-shot user interface with Face Detection
>Smile Shutter features
>Sliding lens cover
>HSDPA high-speed 3G connectivity
>Motion sensor automatic screen orientation for some functions
>Google Maps app pre-loaded
>Good selection of mid-level features
>Limited low-light shooting perfomance
>No smartphone functionality
>No touchscreen control
>Video capture quality limited
>Motion sensor doesn’t work with all functions
>In-box earphones are average
>No 3.5mm headphone socket
>Multi-connector positioning on side
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