Sony Ericsson has today launched its bid to hack a slice from Apple's iPod market share, a new Walkman-branded music mobile phone.
The W900 offers 3G support, a 2-megapixel digital camera with an 8x digital zoom and a 2.2-inch screen. Apple's new iPod offers a 2.5-inch screen.
It allows for song transfers (PC-only) using a USB cable or Bluetooth. It also permits music downloads over mobile phone networks. It supports 30fps video recording and playback.
Additional features, according to Pocket Lint, include: 470MB memory plus support for Memory Stick Pro Duo cards. Supported music format's include: MP3, AAC or AAC+, MIDI, WAV and XMF.
The device - which Sony is widely believed to be preparing to ship with the backing of a major marketing push in all territories - should be available by Christmas.
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