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Sony Ericsson Unveils 16 Megapixel Phone

|October 20 2010 |Industry News, Mobile Operators, Technology, Cool Phones

After the initial announcement about Sony's 16 megapixel phone camera sensor, Sony Ericsson has now unveiled a new phone, the Cyber-Shot S006, featuring the 16.4 Megapixel CMOS sensor. Exclusive to the Japanese Mobile operator KDDI, the phone is the first one to use the sensor. The phone is powered by the nifty 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor, and features ISO settings upto 12800, a 3.3 inch touch screen, FM Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS. The phone runs Sony Ericsson's own proprietary non- smartphone OS. It is only available in Japan for the time being but might see a spring release next year.



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