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Imaging & Audio: Sony Ericsson and Rogers Wireless present the C905 Cyber-shot and the W705 Walkman phone

Ericsson takes mobile entertainment to a new level with the introduction of two new best-in-class handsets - the C905 Cyber-shot, Canada’s first 8.1 megapixel camera phone and the W705 Walkman phone featuring superior sound with the clear audio experience and integrated Facebook and YouTube applications, available exclusively to Rogers Wireless customers.

C905 Cyber-shot - A camera that happens to also have a phone

Packed with advanced picture technologies the C905 provides the complete digital camera experience including face detection, smile shutter, Geo-tagging, Xenon flash and more mega pixels than any camera phone on the market, providing a better picture, every time. It also makes it easy to get your pictures off, so you can share them with others.

Building on Sony Ericsson’s camera phone expertise, the C905 Cyber-shot, which is now available at Rogers for as low as $249.99, is an all-round performer that provides an uncompromised camera capability in a phone.

-  8.1 megapixel camera with Xenon flash - Every shot is picture perfect with the high quality camera and Xenon flash that automatically detects low-light conditions.

-  Face Detection & Smile Shutter(TM) - Detects and focuses on faces so every expression is captured in perfect clarity.

-  Easy to Share & Upload photos - In one touch, simply upload your images either using the included USB Memory Stick(TM) adaptor, 3G or Wi-Fi(TM) and you’re ready to share your photos with your family and friends.

-  Geo-tagging with GPS - Tags the location at which you took pictures so you’ll never forget where you were when you snapped that shot.

-  Expandable memory - 2GB included with support up to 8GB.

-  Up to 7.2 Mbps data download speeds and Wi-Fi connectivity for fast downloads and quick access to news, games and more on the mobile web.

For detailed specifications please visit: www.sonyericsson.com/cws/products/mobilephones/overview/c905?lc=en&cc=ca

W705 Walkman

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W705 Walkman

The W705 from Sony Ericsson adds a new dimension to its top selling line of Walkman phones with the introduction of the clear audio experience and integrated urMusic, Facebook and YouTube features.

Sony Ericsson’s revolutionary clear audio experience - Clear Bass, Clear Stereo and premium headphones included in the box - delivers sound quality in its purest form. The urMusic(TM) application allows you to sideload your music for free, and gives you access to songs from all your favourite artists and to the best Live Nation(R) concerts with Wireless Box Office(TM), a mobile ticketing service where Rogers pays the service charges. The W705’s integrated Facebook(TM) feature brings your friends’ status updates right to your main screen without pressing a single button. It also lets you check your Facebook(TM) News Feed with just one click. Plus, its YouTube(TM) integration lets you take and upload new videos directly to your account from the handset without having to go through a computer.

-  The best audio experience - Enjoy dramatically improved audio with Clear stereo that promises no audio leakage, Clear bass for distortion-free bass and the included premium headset.

-  urMusic(TM) application - Discover, browse and download songs from all your favourite artists; purchase concert tickets right on your phone and Rogers will pay your service charges.

-  Integrated Facebook(TM) application - Gives you instant access to your social community.

-  YouTube(TM) compatible - Watch your favourite clips on the go, or bypass a computer and upload your latest videos directly from your phone with the only handset on the market that enables this option.

-  Shake Control(TM) - Interact with your phone with a simple flick of your wrist.

-  Expandable memory - 4GB included with support up to 8GB.

-  Up to 7.2 Mbps data download speeds and Wi-Fi connectivity for fast downloads and quick access to news, games and more on the mobile web.

For detailed specifications please visit: www.sonyericsson.com/cws/products/mobilephones/specifications/w705?lc=en&cc=ca

Pricing and availability

The Sony Ericsson C905 retails for $249.99 on a three year plan and is available now, while the Sony Ericsson W705 will retail for $149.99 on a three year plan and will be available soon. Some conditions apply. Both devices are exclusive to Rogers Wireless in Canada. For more information, please visit www.rogers.com.

 [June 1, 2009]


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