August 25, 2007

Sony Ericsson K850i

Posted in Uncategorized at 5:56 pm by hackingtriks

The arrival of the Sony Ericsson K850i is expected by many in view of the handset’s top-notch functionality, as well as the 5 Mpix camera it retains, which is the top of the line solution in the Cyber-Shot range. Does this camera has something revolutionary to it and can it even have a claim for this title? To me, it is an evolution, when solutions previously experienced only with digital cameras are being carried over to handsets. In this model the manufacturer has focused on two major aspects – interface and ergonomics of the camera and also tweaked its performance in some modes. It wouldn’t be the right thing to expect this camera module to stand up to real digital cameras – lack of space for building in quality lenses is still the greatest barrier. If you are a maximalist and demand superior quality, than conventional digital cameras are worth looking at, since handsets will always be lagging a step or even several generations behind. It is quite another matter, though, when you want to squeeze out of your phone as much as possible. If that’s the case, then the Sony Ericsson K850i is the way to go..

Specifications Sony Ericsson K850i

Pros – 5MP lens. Xenon flash. Intuitive UI. Brighter screen than K810i. MiniSD slot.
Cons – No optical zoom.
Tech specs – Storage 40MB
Screen size – 2.2in
Screen resolution – 320×240
Wi-Fi – No
Bluetooth – Yes
Dimensions – 102x48x17mm
Weight – 118g
FM radio – Yes
3G – Yes
Triband – Yes
Memory card type – microSD
USB 2.0 – Yes
Memory card slots -Yes
Component video – No
Dedicated MP3 player software – Yes
Number of cameras – 1
Main camera resolution – 5MP
Xenon flash – Yes
Talktime – 9 hours
Standby time – 400 hours
Quad band – No
Digital zoom rating – 16x
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