updated 12:20 pm EDT, Thu November 1, 2007
NTT adds SO905iCS
As a part of its incoming 905i series, Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo is introducing a new Sony Ericsson phone, the Cyber-shot SO905iCS. The phone's primary feature is a 5.1-megapixel camera, which is also equipped with flash and 3x optical zoom, allowing it to serve as a genuine replacement for a separate compact. The phone is well-equipped in other areas too however, such as through built-in GPS functions, and access to FOMA 3G broadband. Its 2.7-inch screen is capable of 480x640 resolution, and the battery should last over 21 days on standby mode (without other use).
The phone should also be capable of playing music and video from microSD cards, and streaming 1Seg TV, though the latter drains the battery such that it can only be watched for 130 minutes without interruption. Normal call time is 200 minutes. The phone should debut in January or February of 2008, at an unknown cost, but in white, silver or pink colors. [via Impress Watch]