WalkMan Lives On In Sony Ericsson Live
Sony Ericsson today announced the Live, a new Android 2.3 Gingerbread Android smartphone with dedicated WalkMan features. The Sony Ericsson Live with WalkMan is a monoblock slab with a 3.2-inch display with 320 x 480 pixels. It comes with a WalkMan button to call up the device's music features, which include stereo speakers with xLOUD so they sound good at high volumes; Sony's Qriosity music and video content services; track ID to identify songs playing on the radio; and the Infinite button, which taps the internet to deliver content about the artist currently playing in the WalkMan application. The Live also includes an FM radio with RDS and Stereo Bluetooth. Other features include a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, face detection, smile detection, touch-to-focus, flash/video light, and 720p HD video capture. The Live with WalkMan includes Skype, Sony Ericsson's TimeScape and Facebook applications, and 3D games. The Live comes in two different radio configurations, one of which is a quad-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band 850/1900/2100MHz UMTS/HSPA variant for North America. Sony Ericsson expects the Live with WalkMan to ship globally during the fourth quarter. Pricing was not released.
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WalkMan groove on!
How easy is it to import music to the walkman? Is it like the Microsoft set up, or like Apples? Cuz I really hate I-tunes!