By July 29, 2009

Sony Ericsson C903 unboxing video

You may recall that we unboxed and reviewed the Sony Ericsson C905 recently so when we are asked if we would review the Sony Ericsson C903 a few days ago my initial reaction was that this would just be a cut down version of the C905. Despite there being some obvious similarities between the two handsets the C903 looks fairly different. The C903 has only a 5MP camera where the C905 is 8MP and the C903 has a more plastic feel to it.

The Sony Ericsson C903

The Sony Ericsson C903


There are lots of comparisons to be made between the two handsets so I think they are best left to the full review but for now have a look at my brief unboxing video below.


Sony Ericsson C903 unboxing video


Note that I mention the memory card support in the video and incorrectly stated that it supported MicroSD cards, in fact the C903 uses M2 memory cards.

Sony Ericsson C903 specification:

  • Size – 97 x 49 x 16 mm
  • Weight – 96 g
  • Screen – 262,144-colour TFT QVGA – 240×320 pixel
  • Memory – 130 MB Phone Memory
  • Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support
  • Networks – EDGE, GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, HSDPA, UMTS 1900, UMTS 2100
  • Camera – 5 megapixel camera
    – Photo flash
    – Auto focus
    – Face detection
    – Geo-tagging
  • Media player
  • Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
  • Google Maps™
  • aGPS
  • Wayfinder Navigator™ (3-month trial version)
  • FM Radio with RDS
  • YouTube™
  • TV-out

Packed full of features the C903 Cyber-shot™ will give you the best picture possible with Face Detection, finding up to three people in the frame at a time and Smile Shutter™ which automatically picks out beaming smiles. Snap up to nine images in quick succession using BestPic™, pick your best and delete the rest.

Show off your images with the crystal clear, auto rotating 2.4” display, send them to your blog or connect to your TV screen using the TV-out function and get up close and personal.

The C903 Cyber-shot™ also comes complete with aGPS – never lose track of where you took an image or where you are – simply tag your photos to a location or use the feature to find your way home or to the pub.


Posted by: Matt

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings

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More than 20 years in the IT industry. Blogging with a passion and thirst for new technology since 2005.
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