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Sony Ericsson W902 Walkman Phone

Posted on October 22, 2008
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The Sony Ericsson W902 is a music phone that suits everyone especially for gizmo-loving music-lovers out there. In line with the Walkman series by Sony Ericsson, it has a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, an image stabilization that works for both videos and photos, and Sony Ericsson’s own BestPic for blogging photos and videos alike. Built with a Google map, it also has the ability to geotag every photo it takes.

What’s best about the Sony Ericsson W902 is that it also is a music playing gizmo. Stacking your music in it will pose no problem as it has an 8GB Memory Stick Micro. The HP-77 headphones come in sassy too. This gadget of a phone comes with a SenseMe technology, shake control, automatic display rotation and Track ID function. Rendering up to 262k colors, its screen display is a 2.2 QVGA TFT with 240×320 resolution.

This high-end phone is scratch resistant as it has mineral glass for protection. In addition, it is capable of sending emails plus a Microsoft Exchange and Access NetFront browsers. It is capable of GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA and GSM networks of 850, 900, 1800, 1900 megahertz. Further, it has a 2.0 A2DP Bluetooth stereo capability.

Weighing up to 100 grams and having a size of 110 millimeters x 49 millimeters x 12 millimeters, the Sony Ericsson W902 will be available in markets in the fourth quarter of 2008. Currently, there is still no pricing yet available.

Image Source: www.sonyericsson.com

 
 

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