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The new Walkman Android phone, weighing 115 grams, will feature a 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive touch screen, a 1GHz processor, a 5MP rear camera, front camera for video calling and Sony’s new ‘xLOUD’ technology that provides an enhanced audio experience, according to Sony. The phone will feature ‘deep Facebook’ integration that allows users to instantly access Facebook through the most used areas of the phone such as the picture gallery, music player, phonebook and calendar.
Sony also plans to introduce its ‘Qriocity’ music and video content services that enable consumers to access songs from all major labels and watch live movies from major studios. The phone will be available globally from this fall. But, can Sony Ericsson rework their magic with their new W8 Android Walkman phone? Sony Ericsson knows how to do Facebook. For gamers, SE brought Facebook into the mix with the Xperia Play.
This morning, SE unveiled the Live With Walkmansmartphone featuring a button for instant music access and deep Facebook integration. Past that, there’s a dedicated hardware button that connects the user to Sony’s Qriocity music platform, offering instant access to music and videos. Pricing is as-yet unannounced but we expect to see the Live with Walkman hit shelves in October.
Facebook features are tightly integrated into Sony’s apps, like the picture gallery, music player, address book, and calendar. Tap it, and your phone will call up additional information about artists as well as lyrics and videos. The Live is also DLNA certified, sports Sony’s Qriocity service, and features Sony’s xLOUD tech for enhanced output from the phone’s built-in speakers.
By. Android Phone Tips