Posted on 4-Apr-2006 23:13
Filed under: News
Sony Ericsson believes its latest addition to the Walkman phone family, the W700, will appeal to lovers of classic and discreet design.
The W700 is made available in Titanium Gold, combining a quality music player with a 2 megapixel camera plus of multimedia features.
As with all Walkman phones a Memory Stick PRO Duo is included in the box. The W700 comes with 256MB, which the company says is enough to hold 6 CDs for occasional music listening. But users can expand memory to up to 2GB through other Memory Stick Pro Duo cards available in the market. These larger versions can hold up to 47 CDs.
Users will find a quality headset in the package. Utilising a standard connector, users can connect a favourite headset of any other brand. The company is also making available a range of plug-in music accessories from small portable speakers to car systems available. The phone software provides a graphical equaliser.
If that's not enough music, the W700 also comes with built-in FM radio with RDS.
All the software and cables needed to rip CDs to a PC and transfer them to the phone is included the box.
The phone has a 1.8” (176x220 pixels) TFT display, support for Java MIDP 2.0 and 3GPP and MPEG-4. Two triband versions will be available for worldwide use (GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz and GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900).