Another Walkman branded phone by Sony Ericsson seems to be under way, unofficial information has leaked in the internet. To get to the point, a 3.2 megapixel Sony Ericsson Walkman is being sold on a Polish site. It does look real and not just another dummy. Only a quick glance at it is enough to convince us that this phone can be nothing other than a successor of the highly popular Sony Ericsson W880.
Unknown 3.2 megapixel Sony Ericsson Walkman leaked
The new phone boosts a secondary video call camera along with the already mentioned 3.2 megapixel camera. There is no information whether it will sport autofocus but, considering Sony Ericsson's usual practice, the absence of one will be considered a surprise. The device will be only 12mm thick, which is more than W880 but still a decent girth. Although the currently available information is quite sparse, we can confirm that the successor, like the original W880, will be tri-band GSM and UMTS enabled, with Bluetooth and USB support also on board. The end-user phone memory is 25 MB, expandable through a Memory Stick Micro (M2) card slot. It is certainly worth mentioning that Sony Ericsson has abandoned the outlandish keypad used in W880, choosing a more conventional one this time.
An interesting detail, disclosed by the seller, is that the menu interface of the new Sony Ericsson Walkman is just the same as the one in Sony Ericsson's best cameraphone K850. If this proves true, this handset will be a tempting purchase, once it hits the shelves.
At this stage no information regarding its availability and pricing is available.