Sony Ericsson (News
) introduced a global Walkman phone, the W760, at CES 2008. It has tri-band HSDPA
and Quad-band EDGE, which enables speedy downloads of the latest music and content, all over the world.
The W760 delivers built-in GPS to help find that secret gig, built-in stereo speakers for sharing music, and the latest hit games, including "Need for Speed ProStreet."
"People today are always on the move, so it's important that they can stay in touch and have their entertainment at their fingertips," said Ben Padley, Head of Music Marketing at Sony Ericsson, in a report. "The W760 fits perfectly into this lifestyle. It is bold, action-packed and takes the Walkman phone beyond just music."
In addition to its built-in GPS the phone features Wayfinder (News
) Navigator and also Google Maps for step-by-step directions to easily find destination.
It also features twin speakers with stereo widening, plus an optional active speaker for outdoor use and SensMe to 'choose and match' the music mood.
It has good gaming features that include motion control and wide screen game-play.
The phone also features a built-in 3.2 mega pixel camera and can store pictures on 1GB memory stick. It can also transfer files to your PC using Media Manager.
Jayashree Adkoli is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
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