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Lace Sensor

It is truly said that necessity is the mother of invention. When human beings started feeling the need of staying connected with other people for personal and professional reasons, our technologists ushered in communication devices like landline phones and later more portable and handy mobile phones. Then surfaced the need of staying hooked with internet and the technologists came up with mobile phones with data systems to access internet. And now with the ever increasing furor for technology amongst the users, the technocrats are constantly coming up with new, smart and technology laced mobile phones that are worth applauds. Mobile manufacturing companies like Nokia, Samsung, LG etc are persistently churning out mobile handsets that come with a number of features like camera, up-to-the minute data technologies, sensors, Music player, track pad navigation etc. Two such wondrous mobile handsets are Nokia N96 and Sony Ericsson C905. Both the sliding phones are extremely stunning and stylish.

Although making a comparison 'Nokia N96 vs Sony Ericsson C905' is an arduous task as both the mobile phones are superb in their own respective ways. Still we will try to figure out the features of the two handsets to get a fair knowledge of the two. Nokia N96 boasts of a 2.8 inches TFT screen that displays 16 m colors at a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, while its counterpart Sony Ericsson C905 comes with a 2.4 inches TFT screen that shows up to 256 k colors at a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Sony Ericsson's phone boasts of accelerometer sensor that facilitates auto rotation of the screen. Nokia's phone weighs 125gms and comes with a dimension of 103 x 55 x 18 mm, 92 cc, while Sony Ericsson's phone features a dimension of 104 x 49 x 18-19.5 mm and weighs 136 gms.

Nokia N96 features an internal memory of 128 MB and storage capacity of 16GB that can be expanded up to 8 GB through a micro Sd card while Sony Ericsson C905, flaunts of an internal memory of 160 MB and comes with a 2G or 8GB card. The memory of the mobile phone can be expanded up to 8 GB.

The comparison 'Nokia N96 vs Sony Ericsson C905' also reveals that the former is kitted up with a 5 Mega Pixel camera that features a image resolution of 2592x1944 pixels and is also laced with features like auto focus, LED Flash, Carl Zeiss optics etc. The later at the same time, sports a 8 Mega Pixel camera that comes with a image resolution of 3264x2448 pixels and is equipped with auto focus, Geo-tagging, video calling etc.

Both the mobile phones operate in 2G (GSM bands) but also supports 3G(HSDPA bands. Nokia N96 is laced with a standard Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F) battery that offers a talk time of Up to 3 h 40 min (2G) and 2 h 36 min (3G) and standby time of Up to 220 h (2G) / 192 h (3G) when fully charged. Sony Ericsson C905 displays a standard Li-Po 930 mAh (BST-38) battery and tenders a talk time of up to 9 h (2G) and Up to 4 h (3G) and standby time of Up to 380 h (2G) / Up to 360 h (3G).

Considering all the above mentioned features it could be said that both the mobile phones are superbly designed and equipped with all state of the art technologies.

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