Recently, Sony Ericsson has presented a new mobile phone called Zylo. This is the latest of their “Walkman Phone” lineup. One main feature of this mobile phone is that it includes plenty of social features, so it is effortless for you to easily access Facebook and Twitter.
Sony Ericsson Zylo supports the HD FLAC audio format, a high-quality lossless audio codec. Unlike the MP3 and AAC audio codecs this doesn’t reduce the audio quality and delivers the best experience with the proprietary Clear Audio technology! Another key feature on the Sony Ericsson Zylo mobile phone is TrackID – which allows users to access the name and artist of a track they hear playing. This function has proved popular with music lovers with 129 million TrackID lookups in 2009 alone! This is really amazing, isn’t it?
Bring your beat music to the street and anywhere you fancy with the new Sony Ericsson W205 Walkman phone. Get the most out of your best music and favorite radio channels with Walkman player, FM radio and use TrackID to recognize your favorite tunes from airwaves.
The Sony Ericsson W205 is yet another Walkman phone to be announced from Sony Ericsson, but the company hopes that it will be many customers’ first Walkman phone.
The W205 is a dual-band GSM phone with a 1.3 megapixel camera and a 1.8″ 128 x 160 pixel display, Bluetooth, an FM radio, multimedia player and expandable memory. Photos and music can be saved on external Memory Stick Micro M2 cards. The W205 Walkman has dual-band GSM support (900/1800MHz) with additional variant that supports 850MHz and 1900MHz GSM bands.
Sony Ericsson’s just come up with the official word on its new G705 slider handset, and it’s a really sleek little gadget. The Sony Ericsson G705 is a slider phone with a large 2.4 inch TFT screen with auto-rotation feature, high-speed 3G and a full HTML browser.
The integrated 3.2-megapixel camera captures photos and videos that can be uploaded to the web using its various connection methods which includes Tri-band HSDPA and WIFI. SE G705 users can upload pictures, surf the Internet, use instant messaging applications and stay connected 24-hours-a-day.