Sony Ericsson claims to take its Walkman line of music phones “beyond music” with the launch of W902, a music phone. The previous range of Walkman phones are with features like an autofocus camera, but the W902 packs not only AF, but also image stabilization for both photos and videos. It also has picture and video blogging and Sony Ericsson’s Best Picture technology. It also supports Google maps and has the ability to “geotag” the photos that it captures.
W902 supports an 8GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) card and high-end HPM-77 wired headphones in the box. The Walkman player comes along with Sony Ericsson’s SenseMe technology, also with shake control, automatic display rotation, and the TrackID function.
– Main display is 2.2″ in size.
– Display offers QVGA resolution and renders up to 262k colors.
– Display is protected by scratch resistant mineral glass to keep it looking bright and clear for a long time.
– Support email service and the ability to synchronize with a Microsoft Exchange server as well as the Access NetFront web browser for a near-desktop like browsing experience.
– Supports 5megapixel autofocus camera.
– W902 Walkman weighs 100g (3.5oz) and is rated for up to 9 hours of GSM talk time, 4 hours of 3G talk time, or 25 hours of music playback.