Sony Ericsson’s new W950 UMTS Walkman phone

Sony Ericsson’s new W950 UMTS Walkman phone sports a super slim body that offers up to 4GB of integrated storage. That’s more than adequate for the casual music listener who is always on the go. The W950 comes with a touch screen for easier navigation and runs on the Symbian 9.1 OS. The phone is powerful enough to browse the Web with consummate ease, while reading and replying emails at broadband speed is a cinch. Expect the W950 to begin shipping sometime in Q3 2006. (specs below) Sony Ericsson via Krunker Music
o Walkman® player
o Supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, E-AAC+, WAV and m4a
o 4 GB flash memory
o Up to 4.000 songs can be stored when downloading songs from operator networks in E-AAC+ file format
o Touchscreen with album art support
o Polyphonic ringtones, 40 voices
o Graphical equalizer and Mega Bass™
o Disc2Phone music management software
o Stereo headphones in the box
o FM radio with RDS
o MusicDJ™
o Speakerphone
o Streaming Audio/Video
o Bluetooth™ stereo streaming support
o Java MIDP 2.0
o 2D and 3D gaming
o Music play time – 10 hours


o Bright QVGA TFT 2.6’’ Display
o 262K Color display
o Video playback , 30fps
o SMS, MMS and e-mail
o Handwriting Recognition
o Touch screen
o Word completion and Auto correction

o Opera™ 8.0 Internet browser
o RSS Feeds
o Bluetooth™ 1.2
o Infrared port
o USB 2.0 Mass storage, High speed (480 Mbps)
o USB cable in the box
o Modem
o Dual Mode UMTS 2100 – GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900

o Full HTML browser Opera™ 8
o External antenna connector
o USB charging
o PC synchronization
o Flight mode
o Size: 106 x 54 x 15 mm
o Weight 112 grams
o Talk time: up to 2.5/7.5 hours (UMTS/GSM)
o Standby time: up to 250/340 hours (UMTS/GSM)

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