Sony Ericsson C902 review: Cyber-touch
Full steam into the megapixel chase, Sony Ericsson C902 is trying to show off its best before the 8 megapixel monsters start stealing the show. The Cyber-shot pedigree, touch-controlled camera and metal outfit are true predator stuff and now that we have a retail unit in our hands it's time to revisit our pre-release preview of the device and see if there are any chinks in its armor that may turn predator to prey.
Key features:

* 5 MP autofocus camera with unique active lens cover and touch controls
* Slim and stylish metal case
* Smile detection, image stabilizer, geo-tagging (via cell-ID)
* Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and HSDPA (3.6 Mb)
* Media Center, Smart search, Manage Messages, extended TrackID
* Enhanced user interface
* Scratch resistant 2" TFT 256K colors display
* FM radio with RDS
* Bluetooth (with A2DP)
* Basic multi-tasking support
* Smart dialing
* 160 MB built-in memory, M2 card support

Main disadvantages:

* Smallish screen
* Images suffer excessive sharpening and purple fringing
* Poor video recording capabilities
* Slide-up lens cover collects massive amounts of dust
* No office document viewer