Sony Ericsson announced today a limited edition Titanium silver C902 Cyber-shot phone as used by James Bond in the upcoming Quantum of Solace Bond movie.
Poor James, Sony Ericsson is just giving him an average phone to manage his dangerous missions.
Sony Ericsson could have given Bond at least the Xperia X1 to remotely launch some missiles.
The C902 James Bond phone will be available for a limited period and include a memory card loaded with a host of 007 content.
Users will get the chance to know exactly what it takes to be a secret agent like James Bond with the first level of an exclusive pre-loaded spy-style game. In addition, the full color trailer of the film, behind-the-scenes interviews with the stars and exclusive content such as wallpapers and screen savers will be available on the phone and the memory card.
Sony Ericsson announced the 5MP C902 Cyber-shot phone back in February.
The Cyber-shot C902 features a 5MP camera with a slide-out lens cover, face detection, flash, night shoot mode, and auto focus.
Other features of the Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot C902 include 2 inch QVGA screen, FM Tuner, M2 slot, 160MB internal RAM, media player and Bluetooth. Measurements of the C902 are 108 x 49 x 10.5mm and the weight is 107g.
The C902 Cyber-shot is a UMTS/HSDPA 2100 and EDGE/GPRS 850/900/1800/1900 phone that will be available in selected markets in Titanium Silver in Q4 of 2008.
Via this Sony Ericsson press-release. Photo shows red version of C902.
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