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FCC Smiles Kindly Upon Sony Ericsson K850i

The FCC has a lot of power. They tell us what gadgets we’re allowed to play with and which ones are banished from the land. Thankfully, the Sony Ericsson K850i recently crossed over to the land of the former rather than the latter.

Receiving the all-important FCC stamp of approval, this compact candybar integrates its five-way navigator right into the numeric keypad, granting extra real estate for the QVGA 262k color screen.

Being a K-series phone, you know that the Sony Ericsson K850i is going to “bring it” in the photography department and it will not disappoint with its 5 megapixel camera. other features include a full fledged web browser, Sony VideoDJ, PhotoDJ, and MusicDJ. Interestingly, the K850i accepts both M2 and microSD memory cards in the same expansion slot: face up for M2 and face down for microSD.

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