As we said a bit earlier, Sony Ericsson announced three new phones today: C903, C901 and W395.
Since we’ve already covered the two Cyber-shots, it’s now time to see what’s with the W395 Walkman phone.
Previously known as Sony Ericsson Yao, the W395 is only an entry-level device that resembles the gaming-centric F305.
Targeted mainly at young mobile users, Sony Ericsson W395 sports “large, powerful built-in stereo speakers” and, like most of the Walkman phones, it comes with dedicated music keys.
The handset’s complete list of features and specs includes:
- Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900)
- 2.0 inch scratch-resistant display with 176 x 220 pixels and 262K colors
- Walkman player with TrackID and PlayNow
- Stereo Bluetooth
- FM radio
- Motion gaming support
- 2MP camera with video recording
- Picture blogging
- 1GB M2 card
- Talk time: Up to 8 hours
- Standby time: up to 480 hours
- 96 x 47 x 14.9 mm
- 96 grams
Sony Ericsson will out the W395 this quarter, in two color versions: Blush Titanium and Dusky Grey. The phone’s price was not announced, but it’s said to be affordable – which is kind of logical, since the device hasn’t got advanced features.
Via Press release
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