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Sony Ericsson C905
""C905 front.jpg
"Manufacturer "Sony Ericsson
"Compatible networks "GSM 900/850/1800/1900 and "UMTS and "HSDPA and "EDGE
"Form factor Slider
Dimensions 4.1 x 1.9 x 0.7 in.
104.0 x 49.0 x 18.0 mm
Weight 4.8 "oz
136.0 "gr
Memory 160 "MB Internal, "Memory Stick Micro M2
Data inputs "Keypad
Display 240x320 "pixels ("QVGA), 2.4", 262,144 (18-bit) color "TFT LCD
Rear "camera 8.1 "megapixel with "AF, "geotagging and face recognition
Connectivity "HSDPA, "Wi-Fi b/g, "3G, "USB 2.0, "Bluetooth 2.0

The Sony Ericsson C905 is a high-end mobile phone in Sony's 'C' (Cyber-shot) range, which, along with the low-end 'S' (Snapshot) range cameras, supplants the earlier 'K' range of camera phones. It is the flagship model in Sony Ericsson's range for 2008 and it was released on 22 October 2008. It's the first 8-"megapixel "camera phone to be released outside Korea, while adding the "Assisted GPS (A-GPS) and Wi-Fi function. It is also the first Sony Ericsson mobile phone to support the "DLNA sharing network and is the first Cyber-shot phone to feature in AT&T.





C905 camera





Startup failures, data corruption and hardware issues[edit]

For some users, the C905 can suddenly fail to startup, and instead just show a black screen with the backlight turning on and off repeatedly [1][2][3].

This problem happens due to internal data corruption (caused by the phone), and can only be fixed by restoring the phone to its original software/firmware — meaning that all personal data will be erased. On some occasions, this problem can be fixed by using the Update Service software that comes on the CD (or from Sony Ericsson's website). However, personal data will still be erased.

Users are recommended to regularly backup their data using both a Memory Stick — for photos and contacts — and using the software "MyPhoneExplorer to back up other data to a PC. A startup failure can be predicted when the text message menu can no longer be opened.

A hardware fault that has been reported frequently is that the earpiece speaker on the slider-screen will quit working due to a fragile connector. This can sometimes be temporarily 'fixed' by depressing and holding the 'c' button on the right side; or by using the speakerphone option. Sony will repair this at no cost (except shipping) if the phone is still in warranty. Vodafone staff claim this is the reason they have stopped selling the phone new.


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