Sony Ericsson C905 Hits The FCC With U.S. 3G, 8.1MP Camera

The race to bring the first retardedly huge 8MP cameraphone to the U.S. is on! After a Samsung 8MP piece with T-Mobile livery surfaced, the FCC has outed the 8.1MP C905 bound for AT&T.

Sony Ericsson C905 Hits The FCC With U.S. 3G, 8.1MP Camera

Sony Ericsson C905 Hits The FCC With U.S. 3G, 8.1MP Camera

Sony Ericsson C905 Hits The FCC With U.S. 3G, 8.1MP Camera

Sony Ericsson C905 Hits The FCC With U.S. 3G, 8.1MP Camera

Asia and Europe have been enjoying the C905 since the summer, but the FCC report lists the 850/1900 WCDMA banding, which means it will support 3G on AT&T. It also packs in a Xenon flash, LED video light, image stabilization, face-detecting autofocus and video recording.

Since you're reading Gizmodo and you're smart, you already know that blowing out resolution to 8MP doesn't mean squat when you're dealing with a tiny cellphone-chip sensor, but if you need to be able to take three-megabyte JPGs with your cameraphone, one of these two will do you you right. [FCC via Boy Genius]