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Sony Ericsson C905 with AT&T 3G support gets FCC nod

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:10PM EST

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Well hello there! As we’ve come to expect from the folks over at the FCC, another handset has been leaked and this time around its a pretty interesting one. The sexy C905 from Sony Ericsson has made its way through the FCC, again, and this time it has a little something extra on board. That’s right people, the often elusive 850 / 1900 WCDMA bands we all wish for are present and accounted for. In other words, you can be pretty certain this 8 megapixel beast will be making its way to Big Blue sometime in the near future. Let’s recap the specs:

  • 8.1 megapixel CMOS (3264×2448, 7.99 effective megapixels) with autofocus
  • Xenon flash, 3-LED videolight, focus assist lamp, self portrait mirror
  • Image stabilizer and face detection autofocus (up to 3 faces)
  • Auto Rotate
  • BestPic
  • 16x digital zoom
  • Video recording: QVGA (320×240) @ 30fps
  • Dedicated camera still/record/review key
  • Dual Function D-Pad
  • Mechanical lens cover
  • PhotoAlbum

We all know Sony Ericsson can do cameras and the C905 is its most solid camera phone offering to date. In other words, the ZN5’s reign as the dumbphone camera king among US carriers will indeed be a short-lived one. No pricing or timing is available yet but rest assured, we’ll keep you posted.

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