Strike a pose

The Sony Ericsson C902 has a slim and sturdy eye-catching design.
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Bright display

Like most Sony Ericssons, the C902 has a bright and vivid display.
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Take cotnrol

The C902's camera lens is located on its right spine. We wish the volume rocker were at the top of the spine, however.
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Picture time

The C902 slides apart to show the camera lens.
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All you need

With a flash and self-portrait mirror, the C902's camera is fully equipped.
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A user-friendly camera

The C902's touch icons give it an intuitive camera interface.
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Show it off

The C902 has a comfortable, solid feel in the hand.
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On the go

The C902 slips easily into a pocket or bag.
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At your fingertips

The C902 has tactile controls, but some of the buttons feel a bit cramped.
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