Sony Ericsson W200 Walkman Phone

sony ericsson w200 Sony Ericsson W200 Walkman Phone

Sony Ericsson today announced its upcoming W200 Walkman phone, which has a reported music playback battery life of 18 hours. The included 128MB Memory Stick Micro card and 27MB of internal memory can hold only about four full albums of MP3 or AAC tracks, but pop a 2GB stick into the built-in slot and you’ve got yourself a “music phone that compliments your existing MP3 player.” The W200 has a dedicated Walkman key for quick and easy access to your music via Walkman Music Player 1.0.

Available in Rhythm Black or Pulse White in Q2 2007, the W200 features a 65K-color screen (128 x 160), FM tuner with 20 customizable presets, speakerphone that allows you to use the radio as an alarm, HTML web browser, and VGA camera with 4x digital zoom.

Pricing hasn’t been announced yet, but get this: you can even use the W200 to call people! It’s like an actual cell phone or something.

[Press Release]


mike on January 28, 2007 12:46 PM

One nice thing about the Walkman phones is that they don’t require SonicStage, btw.

Brian on April 29, 2007 1:51 AM

Walkman phone? Why do people still buy that?We have separate mp3 players already, Walkman phone lost its first attempt to combine phone and mp3 player together harmoniously.It’s just lame.

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