Sony Ericsson Unveils 3G Walkman Phone
Oct 17, 2005, 8:59 AM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced the W900, the company's first Walkman phone for 3G networks. The phone contains 470MB of internal memory and supports Memory Stick PRO Duo cards for up to 2 GB of additional memory. The phone sports a swivel design dedicated music controls and a spring-assisted hinge. The W900 supports video calling and has a 2 megapixel main camera with auto-focus and 30 FPS video capture. Other features of the phone include a QVGA display, FM radio, Bluetooth, landscape 3D gaming, and Macromedia Flash Lite. The W900i will be available by the end of 2005 in Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa, in black or white. Separately, Sony Ericsson also announced the MMR-60, an accessory that broadcasts music from a Sony Ericsson music phone to any nearby FM radio.
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The outside is sexy, but the inside is generic...
Oh yeah, 850 would be nice too.