Sony Ericsson announce Live Walkman Android smartphone
22 August 2011 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Sony Ericsson today announced another model in the Walkman series. The Live Walkman is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread model with a 3.2 inch touch display and 1GHz processor
Sony Ericsson Live Walkman is the second Walkman model running on the Android OS. It is a mid-range model with a 5 megapixel camera, 3.2 inch display and 320 x 480 pixel resolution with with Wi-Fi, aGPS, DLNA and HSPA network support. So why does it deserve the Walkman brand name? It has a collection of music services which do not exist in other Sony Ericsson models.
All Sony Ericsson Walkman phones have a Walkman player application. We are not sure if the Walkman app found in the Live Walkman model is something beyond the generic Android but with a tiny Sony Ericsson twist such as Equalizer and Walkman brand.
Live Walkman has a deep Facebook integration like many other new Sony Ericsson smartphones. Most media content such as picture gallery, music, contact and calendar details can be shared and synced with Facebook.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia adds the four-corner Home screen navigation for easy navigation to commonly used tasks.
Sony Ericsson Live Walkman highlights
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That's pretty much a reskinned mini, bar a few minor differences. Looks ok, though.
HD recording is a nice update to have and it stands out from the crowd, which is always a plus.
the white version is beautiful, reminds me of a white W850
SE should include the Karaoke and Zappin Features too in this Live, those features are in the Mix Walkman
I don't see any reason why not including those Features?
That will really make this Phone Different from Xperia and Other Music Centric Phones out there
>FLAC support and other format[?]
[ This Message was edited by: mhyke on 2011-08-28 12:50 ]