It’s very hard to tell what denotes a particular brand or segment of mobiles from a given company. Normally I would have perceived that the ‘C’ in some Sony Ericsson handsets, like this the C510, stood for Cyber-shot, but since it bears a certain resemblance to the K850i which is also a Cyber-shot handset, I’m inclined to wonder if it’s just random association of some kind. But that’s a whole other story. Here we have the C510 Cyber-shot form Sony Ericsson with its three megapixel lens and this is what I have to say about it.
The 2.2-inch TFT LCD (240 x 320 pixels) is quite clear even in direct sunlight. The nav-pad and keypad are well laid out for easy usage. On one of the slim sides is Sony Ericsson’s 'famous' or should I say infamous proprietary one-point-for-all port and the M2 card slot. On the other side is the volume/zoom key and shutter release for the camera.
The camera can be activated by sliding back the panel that cloaks it at the rear. It comes equipped with a Dual LED flash.
A couple of things to talk about would be the new SMS conversation interface which is quite similar to that of the iPhone’s. It simply stores all the messages sent to and from a particular contact in one easy to follow display like an IM chat screen. The Accelerometer is also available but of course only for specific menus like web pages, not the entire browser, the Media interface and one of the games that’s preloaded.
Sony Ericsson C510 Cyber-shot Mobile Phone
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