Sony Ericsson is appealing to snap-happy consumers with the announcement of two new cameraphones.
The C905 Cyber-shot slider phone boasts an 8.1-megapixel camera and flash, as well as all the usual bells and whistles found in most of today's high-end phones. The S302 Snapshot is aimed at those on a smaller budget.
"The C905 Cyber-shot and S302 Snapshot have been developed to make us all better photographers," said Sven Totté, head of imaging marketing at Sony Ericsson.
"That means making it easier to take great shots and never missing that magic moment."
The C905 has a 2.4in screen and packs in Wi-Fi support and GPS, allowing photos to be geo-tagged with location information. It is available in three colours: Night Black, Ice Silver and Copper Gold.
The S302 Snapshot will be available in Crystal Blue and Thunder Grey.
"Although both have photography at their core, the phones are very distinct, " said Totté.
"The C905 is a viable alternative to a digital camera, and the S302 is perfect for those who don't want to miss a moment and like to send or Bluetooth their photos to their friends."
Both phones are expected to hit shelves in the last quarter of 2008.
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