Sony Ericsson K810 Cyber-shot is a dual-mode UMTS phone with a 3.2 Megapixel camera with autofocus and 16x digital zoom.The K810 has a 320×240 pixel, QVGA, 262K color display and supports Sony Ericsson’s Java Platform 7 (with a range of JSRs, including
Sony Ericsson K810 was announced in 2007,1Q. The Network is UMTS / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900. The weight of Sony Ericsson K810 is 115 g. It display Type – TFT, 256K colors with size 240 x 320 pixels, 2 inches
Advanced Multimedia Supplements (JSR 234) for enhanced camera and image handling K810 Cyber-shot phone is a sleek, high-performance device boasting a 3.2 megapixel camera.
A Self timer is a device on a camera that, when enabled, gives a delay between the pressing of the shutter release and the shutter firing. It is most commonly used to allow photographers to take a photo of themselves, hence the name.
However, the self-timer mode is also often used to reduce camera shake when taking photographs in low light or with long telephoto lenses. Phone Sony Ericsson K810 also has a self-timer, which is useful for self-portraits.
The sound made by a telephone to announce that a call is coming in. The traditional ringtone was in the 440-480 Hz range, but as cellphone usage grew, it became obvious that ringtone differentiation would become important.
Java MIDP 2.0
FM radio with RDS
TrackID music recognition
Modern Sony Ericsson K810 cellphones support a wide frequency range that allows for several bars of music to be played. Sony Ericsson K810 is now available in www.phoneandbeyond.com.
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