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Sony Ericsson W610 TrackID music recognition
The TrackID music recognition application is a feature that lets the user record a clip of an unknown music track onto their phone and immediately receive a notification of the track name, artist and album. Add to all these features a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus and the Sony Ericsson W610 is a credible fusion of phone, music player & digital camera.
Sony Ericsson W610 Walkman cellphone
"Our Walkman phones have proven to be phenomenally attractive to our consumers - we have sold 20 million Walkman phones since launch - and we are continuously developing the portfolio to extend their appeal," says Steve Walker, Head of Product Marketing at Sony Ericsson. "The W610 mobile phone proves how the Walkman phone can appeal to different lifestyles. The Sony Ericsson W610 Walkman phone combines the best in both music player & digital camera, whilst first & foremost remaining a phone that's intuitive and pleasurable to use."
Sony Ericsson W610 mobile phone - Features
The W610 Walkman phone is a fully specified music phone that does not compromise on its digital camera offering. As well as the 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus, video recording and playback, the W610 provides a horizontal camera menu - so that the user holds it as they would a regular camera when taking a picture - and a Picture blogging facility for uploading photo's direct to a user's online blog site. Switching back to the music credentials, the W610 includes an RDS FM Radio to brighten up the daily commute or trip to the gym. In fact, the only compromise with the W610 Walkman phone is choosing between the two colour options; will it be Plush Orange or Satin Black? The W610 Walkman phone is an EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 music camera phone and will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007.
Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Music Receiver MBR-100
Sony Ericsson also announces 2 new music accessories that make your Walkman phone a complete music listening centre. Users can listen to the music on their phone in hi-fi sound quality with the Bluetooth Music Receiver MBR-100. This discreet accessory streams music via Bluetooth from the user's phone straight to a home or car stereo, using the phone as a remote control to alter the volume or skip through tracks. The 3.5mm input or RCA cable provided fits most home or car hi-fi systems. The MBR-100 was announced in January 2007 and will be available from Q1 2007.
Sony Ericsson Portable Speakers MPS-70
Of course, if a user wishes to share their tunes, no matter where they are, they can do this with the Portable Speakers MPS-70. Light on power as well as weight, these compact speakers plug into the phone, contain an FM antenna for improved radio reception and will also run off the phone's battery. Tuned for Sony Ericsson phones, the MPS-70 delivers great sound and, with a design that's a true match for Walkman phones, no one will want to leave home without them. Available from Q2 2007.
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