Sony Ericsson Makes Walkman Even More Affordable
Jan 8, 2007, 4:55 AM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced a new entry-level Walkman phone. The W200 is a tri-band (850/1800/1900) candybar phone that features Walkman player despite its otherwise low-priced feature set. The W200 has a VGA camera, a 128 x 160 screen, FM radio and Memory Stick M2 Micro card slot. There is no Bluetooth, but the phone comes with a wired stereo headset. It will ship in the second quarter and is slated to launch in the US soon after. Sony Ericsson also launched a teaser campaign today for a new high end Walkman phone, the W880, which looks to be a slim model the company says has "astonishingly good looks."
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if tis is the w880...............
looks okay but "astonishingly good looks." is not what i'd quote this device.