May 26, 2008 by yogi2raj
SONY ERICSSON W960
The Sony Ericsson W960 is the next Walkman in line but this time it’s powered by the Symbian OS with the UIQ user interface – much like the W950 Walkman phone and all other Sony Ericsson smartphones. When it comes to size the new W960 is only by few millimeters larger than the original W950 while offering a number of hardware enhancements such as an integrated camera, double the internal memory and 3G support with video calls.
The W960 Walkman phone is a slim UMTS model that has the ability to store up to 700 albums/8000 songs thanks to the phone’s 8GB of memory and boasts PC-to-phone transfer of 1GB in less than 3 minutes.
You can navigate the W960 and browse media files with the touch of a finger (or stylus). Just press the touch controls to find your way to whatever type of entertainment you need.
If you want to watch video, the phone supports video playback at 30 frames per second, which is the same as TV quality.
You get not one but two headsets supplied in the box (one of these the new Stereo Bluetooth Headset HBH-DS220 for music streaming) and a music listening time of up to 27 hours.
The W960 also offers a 2.6-inch display and a 3.2 megapixel camera and connectivity is taken care of note just via the 3G network but also Wi-Fi.
The Sony Ericsson W960 Walkman phone is will be available in Vinyl Black
from Q4 2007.