Categories: Cellphones, Featured
Sony is one of the few companies which makes a clear distinction in its mobile phone range. If one range caters to music needs, the other caters to the avid photographers. This makes sure that each product performs best in the area it is supposed to. Sony reinforced this fact at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona today where it displayed two high end camera phones that are going to make you regret picking up that digital camera.
The first model to be displayed is the W995, which was codenamed as Hikaru. This features an 8MP camera along with a 2.6 inch QVGA screen. There is 118MB of storage (which is a tad bit less, in our opinion), GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity. You also get a 3.5mm input jack which eliminates those nasty converters. The phone will be released in March and you can choose from any of the 3 colours – Progressive Black, Energetic Red and Cosmic Silver.
The second model which is going to be released is the Idou which features an impressive 12MP camera. Though official specs have not been released but we do know for sure that there will be a 3.5″ screen sporting a resolution of 640 x 320. Wait and watch is all we can say for now.