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Sony Ericsson C902 Likes Taking Pictures

True to the Cyber-shot branding on its backside, the newly announced Sony Ericsson C902 has a definite focus on digital photography, thanks largely to its 5 megapixel camera. And this isn’t just any regular five megapixel image capturer either.

Revealed at Mobile World Congress (previously known as 3GSM), the Sony Ericsson C902 has a camera with face detection, auto focus, photo flash, and BestPic technology. This last bit enables the candybar handset to snap 9 pictures in quick succession. Thankfully, part of the back plate acts as a lens cover too.

Other features on the Sony Ericsson C902 mobile phone include a music player with Mega Bass, TrackID, FM radio, music tones, Access NetFront browser, and RSS feed support. Expected launch date for this phone is sometime in the middle of this year. No word on pricing.

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