Sony Ericsson Yendo with Walkman revealed
18 June 2010 — 11:56 AM
Used mobile phones that do not seem to cut it when it comes to listening to music could be replaced by the Sony Ericsson Yendo with Walkman.
The mobile phone maker describes the handset as the "first full touch Walkman phone", allowing communication, social networking and music to come together.
Yendos can be personalised, with a variety of colour combinations available for individuals who are fed up of their used mobile phones and looking for a new device to switch to.
Walkman phone features, including PlayNow, MediaGo and TrackID are all present, while a two-megapixel camera allows photos to be uploaded straight to Twitter or Facebook.
"With more than 140 million Walkman phones sold worldwide and touchscreen technology increasingly gaining popularity, we have listened to consumers and provided them with the perfect combination - the first full touch Walkman phone," global product marketing manager at Sony Ericsson Jenny Maltesson said.
Sony Ericsson recently announced the Cedar, a mobile phone that strikes a balance between social and business needs, it stated.
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