Sony Ericsson K800i (2005)
Dating from the time when phones were categorised by their main feature, the K800i was a cameraphone worthy of the name. With a 3.2MP sensor, it was the first phone you could consider taking out instead of your actual snapper. The pictures couldn’t quite rival those taken with the best compacts of the day, but the xenon flash made it a worthy companion for a night out – and ensured that your incriminating photographic evidence was always much better than everybody else’s.
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