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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SE keeps being creative
Let's hope TMo gets this phone as it's been too long since they have had any Sony Ericssons.
if tis is the w880...............
looks okay but "astonishingly good looks." is not what i'd quote this device.