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Christmas Gift Guide

Sony Ericsson T707

Sony Ericsson T707

Sony Ericsson T707

Sony Ericsson W705

Sony Ericsson W595

Sony Ericsson W995

Sony Ericsson C903

Sony Ericsson W395

Sony Ericsson C510

Sony Ericsson C702

Introduced a week before CTIA, and endorsed by Maria Sharapova, the T707 has a 3.2-megapixel camera, a music player, stereo Bluetooth, an FM radio, a personal organizer, USB mass storage, PC syncing, a voice recorder, and a speakerphone.
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Inside the T707 is a vivid display. The keypad and navigation controls are spacious, though they are flush.
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The T707 has a circular design on its face. The circle will pulsate with light during incoming calls.
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The W705 has a music player, assisted GPS, organizer features, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and a speakerphone.
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The quad-band W595 is a slider handset, featuring a 240x320-pixel resolution screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera, integrated stereo speakers, stereo Bluetooth, and 40MB of internal memory.
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The W995, which debuted at the GSMA World Congress in February, is the first Sony Ericsson phone to have a 3.5mm headset jack. Other features include a music player, stereo Bluetooth, assisted GPS, Wi-Fi, and an 8.1-megapixel camera.
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The C903 Cyber-shot centers on its 5-megapixel camera. Other goodies include USB mass storage, a voice recorder, stereo Bluetooth, 3G support, a music player, assisted GPS, PC syncing, a speakerphone, a memory card slot, and a wireless Web browser.
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The W395 has the full raft of Walkman player features. You'll also find stereo Bluetooth, a voice recorder, e-mail and messaging, a personal organizer, PC syncing, a wireless Web browser, a speakerphone, a 2-megapixel camera, an FM radio, and stereo speakers.
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The C510, which debuted at CES 2009, has a trim candy bar design and a powerful 3.2-megapixel camera. The shooter offers a flash, a digital zoom, face detection, smile shutter (the camera will snap a photo automatically when it detects a smile), auto-rotation, image editing, a lens cover, and editing features.
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Also a Cyber-shot model, the C702 has a 3.2-megapixel camera with a 2x zoom, a sliding lens cover, an auto-focus, and a flash. You'll also be able to tag your photos with a location thanks to the C702's integrated assisted GPS.
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