Which camera phone?

One of the most desired features of todays handsets is the inclusion of a camera and with the latest technological advancements on offer our range of high-end smartphones can out perform dedicated camera devices. Here are three of our most popular camera phones that have wiped out the need to carry two devices:

The Sony Ericsson Satio is simply perfect with a 12.1-megapixel camera that reproduces images onto its 3.5-inch display (360×640 pixels) that has a palette of over 16 million colours to bring your images to life. Tools at hand to enhance your images include Xenon flash, red eye reduction, image stabilisation, touch focus and smile/face detection. A TV-out socket allows your captured moments to be shared easily and with video calling and video capture at 30fps the Satio is most definitely top dog.

The Nokia N86 has an 8-megapixel camera with auto focus and dual LED flash, all of which are compressed into a compact, neat and tidy slider form. What makes this handset special is the wide 28mm Carl Zeiss lens and AMOLED display, superb for flicking through your list of captured pictures. VGA video calling is on offer along with video capture at 30fps.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 again has an 8-megapixel camera and boasts a huge 4-inch scratch resistant display (480×854 pixels). Built-in YouTube, Facebook and Twitter applications provide an excellent platform for sharing images and you can be confident of great results with image stabilisation, touch focus and face/smile detection.

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