W810i, Quad Band Update To W800
Jan 4, 2006, 1:29 PM by (staff)
Updated. Club Sony Ericsson is reporting and Sony Ericsson has now confirmed that they will today announce a new Walkman phone for the US. The W810i is a candybar style quad band phone with EDGE, with looks similar to the W800. In addition to 850 and EDGE, the W810i also adds music playback controls to the D-pad and a button to access the phone's shortcuts menu. The W810i has less built in memory but still maintains all other features including the 2 megapixel camera, FM Radio, Bluetooth and Memory Stick Pro Duo slot. Sony Ericsson also announced a pair of speaker accessories for their Walkman phones today - a pocket-sized portable set and a desktop unit. The W810i will be available worldwide early in the second quarter.
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Don't think you will see this on Cingular though as they have an exclusive deal to sell only ...
so whos going ot cary it?
It'll come with a 512mb card and the capacity is up to 2gb, so you PSP owners are lucky.
Oh, and SE, you guys owe me a keyboard. I broke one from drooling.