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Sony Ericsson hasn’t announced anything interesting for a while now, but there is information on a few cool upcoming phones. Recently, the Shiho also popped up, which is the codename for the C905. It is expected to be the flagship cameraphone of the company, with 8-megapixel resolution and lots of features. Strangely, it will use Xenon flash instead of “PhotoFlash” (based on LED), which was showed in the C902 and claimed by Sony Ericsson representatives as “one that proved better than Xenon”. Sony-Ericsson-C905-Ice-Silver The new lider will be positioned as a high-end device and like few other recent Sony Ericsson phones will feature integrated aGPS for navigation. The C905 also features a large 2.4 inch 262k color TFT scratch-resistant mineral glass display, Wi-Fi, GPS and aGPS, IM, media player, FM radio and stereo Bluetooth with A2DP The last and most significant announcement made today by Sony Ericsson was the introduction of their latest Cyber-Shot handsetm the Sony Ericsson C905, which features a stunning 8.1 megapixel camera with Xenon camera flash, 16x of digital zoom, auto-focus, smart contrast, image stabilizer and video recording and playback. Memory wise, the C905 comes equipped with 160MB of internal memory. The good news is that Sony Ericsson packed in a 2GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) card in the box to go with it. Sony Ericsson will start shipping the C905 Cyber-Shot in Night Black, Ice Silver and Copper Gold starting Q4 2008. Other features include a 2.4-inch scratch-resistant display, an included 2GB Memory Stick Micro, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (with A2DP support). The Sony Ericsson C905 Cyber-shot is a quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) phone.