Sony Ericsson today unveiled three new Walkman phones: the W902, W595 and the W302. Here is more info on the W302 more affordable model of the three:
Sony Ericsson's new W302 is packed with impressive Walkman features in an affordable no-compromise 10.5mm slim, aluminium front handset. Targeting all audiences, the phone comes complete with an impressive two megapixel camera, FM radio, TrackID and 512MB Memory Stick Micro (M2).
The W302 allows users to discover and experience music on the go. Play songs randomly or create your own playlists and listen to them anywhere, whether it?s on the bus, walking to work or at college. Listen the radio on the go and if you?re not sure who the artist is, the W302 has TrackID? music recognition which will give you all the answers. Use the two megapixel camera to send picture messages to your friends and upload images to your W302 blog site using the picture blogging function.
Easy to carry and with no complicated set-up required the MPS-100 portable speakers are the easiest way to share your favourite tunes with others. Just separate the two speakers plug them into your music mobile phone and you are ready to be the king or queen of the party and dance to your heart?s content.
Discover music with style
? Walkman player ? music on the go ? FM Radio ?Just plug in the handsfree, turn on the FM radio and tune in ? Premium style and design ? compact metal finish and only10.5mm wide ? 2 megapixel camera ? capture your favourite moments forever ? Bluetooth Stereo ? send & listen your music wirelessly
Sony Ericsson W302 Walkman ? At A Glance
Camera ? 2 megapixel camera ? 2.5x digital zoom ? Photo fix ? Picture blogging ? PictBridge printing ? Video recording
Music/Entertainment ? Walkman player ? Bluetooth Stereo (A2DP) ? Music tones (MP3/AAC) ? PlayNow ? TrackID ? FM radio ? 3D games ? Java ? Video viewing
Web/Internet ? WAP 2.0 XHTML
Communication & Messaging ? Polyphonic ringtones ? Speakerphone ? Vibrating alert ? Email ? Text messaging (SMS) ? Picture messaging (MMS) ? Predictive text input ? Sound recorder