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Sony Ericsson Walkman Phones - Enjoy Like Never Before!


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The mobile phone industry is growing by leaps and bounds. Keeping the entertainment part in mind, all the major mobile phone makers have brought out some high-performance mobile phones to cater to your varied entertainment needs. Sony Ericsson is one such company that never compromises on its features-be it imaging, music, gaming or connectivity. In the past few years we have seen some audacious phones from this popular Sony Ericsson stable. Sony's technological expertize and Ericsson's cutting-edge features make the Sony Ericsson mobile phones coolest gadgets available in the market now.

Sony Ericsson has marked a big impression in the thriving mobile phone market with the launch of walkman phones. Walkman phones like Sony Ericsson W880i Black are high end music devices coupled with sophisticated music features like PlayNow and MegaBass (some models don't have MegaBass). Integrated FM radio is another cool music feature in the Sony Ericsson walkman phones. The recently launched Sony Ericsson W880i Silver, Sony Ericsson W200i and Sony Ericsson W610i are three cool manifestations of Sony Ericsson's finesse in making high performance music phones.

What makes the Sony Ericsson walkman phones so special? All the Sony Ericsson mobile phones are capable of delivering crystal clear sound output. Music is their soul-so sound quality is exceptional-be it through the integrated speaker(s) or the supplied earpiece. No doubt, these are the music oriented phones, but they are rich in other functionalities also. Features like high resolution cameras (not all the models have it), high resolution displays, gaming option, Internet connectivity, memory expansion are heavily endowed in these music phones.

If you are looking for a slim and attractive walkman music mobile phone , then the recently released Sony Ericsson W880i Silver or W610i can be your final resort. The W610i is an affordable music phone which comes with 512MB Memory Stick PRO Duo M2 and offers you ample space to store your favourite tracks. It has got built-in music player, EDGE, GPRS, Infrared, Bluetooth, 2 megapixel autofocus camera, 1.9 inch 262k colour TFT display and much more. But if you want to get a good music phone at an affordable price, then the Sony Ericsson W200i is an obvious choice. The phone incorporates a VGA camera but it's good enough to capture those beautiful memories. So, what's the wait for? Get one and enjoy like never before!

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