Sony Ericsson tunes up trio of new Walkman phones

Sony Ericsson announced three new Walkman music phones and related accessories, promising superior sound quality as well as a range of new multimedia features. The new W902 Walkman boasts capacity for 8,000 songs as well as a five megapixel camera and video capturing and sharing capabilities, while the W595 Walkman stores more than 1,900 songs for playback via built-in stereo speakers, complete with sharing across a series of Bluetooth wireless speakers. The W302 Walkman targets more general audiences, offering a two megapixel camera, FM radio and the TrackID music recognition application. Sony Ericsson also touted new mobile apps like SensMe, which matches a user's mood to music, and Shake, which enables users to change tracks with a flick of the wrist. All three Walkman models will be available in selected markets by the end of 2008.

For more on the new Walkman phones:
- see this slideshow of the Walkman phones
- read this release

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