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Sony Ericsson to Launch Walkman Phone

The W800i, the first mobile phone device from Sony Ericsson to bear the Walkman logo will make its international debut throughout retail outlets in August. The Walkman Phone will combine music and a two-megapixel camera in one package. The company has also announced that in the fourth quarter it will make available in the US market the triple band, EDGE/GPRS class 10 W600 Walkman Phone, which, it says, offers easy-to-use software to copy music to the device. Other features of the new phone will include: ample music storage capacity and long battery life; headphones and built-in stereo speakers; easy connection to other devices via Bluetooth; 1.3 MegaPixel camera; video recording and full screen playback; SMS, MMS and instant messaging; and 3D Java games.

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