Those looking to purchase a new mobile phone may be interested to hear Sony Ericsson has unveiled details of its c901 model.

Featuring a five-megapixel camera with a Xenon flash, the photos can be geo-tagged, allowing for users to ascertain exactly where the picture was taken with GPS technology.

The device is 13 mm thick and features FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity and a 2.2-inch display.

It also has an accelerometer, allowing for the display to tilt in accordance to the angle the phone is at.

Those looking to use their phone to surf the web may also be attracted to the c901’s 3G capability, along with quad band network usage.

Scheduled to be released later this year, the model will be available in black, silver or peach.

If you’re looking to trade in your mobile, you may be interested in another Sony Ericsson offering, the c905.

Featuring an 8.1 megapixel camera, the phone can be purchased in either black, silver or bronze.

Sell your old mobile phone now.

Written by Mazuma

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