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Mobile Music Gets Boost From New W600 "Walkman Phone"

Winning Combo: High-Quality Digital Music, 3D Gaming, Megapixel Imaging and Phone Calls

"Like all Sony Ericsson handsets, the W600 is a phone first with superb functionality and easy access to digital content and applications that allow consumers to do more, hear more and experience more," said Miles Flint, global president of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, as Sony Ericsson yesterday announced a second Walkman phone with the introduction of the Sony Ericsson W600, a unique all-in-one compact device.

The W600 is the second in a series of Walkman phones. "Sony Ericsson led the way with high quality photos from a mobile phone, and now consumers can use their mobile phone to easily access their favorite music any where any time." Flint continued.

"The W600 is an exciting new product leveraging the heritage of our parent companies and demonstrates the vision when we combined Sony and Ericsson," he added.

With the W600 consumers can:

  • Handle phone calls while listening to digital music on the move
  • Capture great quality mega pixel images and video
  • Experience 3D game play
  • Access the Internet and e-mail

"Mobile Music" - The Wave of the Future

"First adding imaging and gaming, now adding music to your mobile phone is the wave of the future. With the W600, music lovers won't miss important phone calls. When a call comes in the music player automatically stops and you receive important calls," said Urban Gillstrom president of Sony Ericsson in North America.

"We believe the W600 sets itself apart and will be another 'Wow, I've got to have it!' Sony Ericsson product - a mobile phone packed with cool features in a compact form," Gillstrom added.


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