Sony Ericsson has unveiled three new Walkman phones coinciding with the device’s third birthday.
The manufacturer this week revealed the W902, W595 and W302, along with seven new music accessories.
The 8GB W902 is the first Walkman phone with a 5-megapixel camera, the W595 stores 1,900 songs and has a 3.2-megapixel camera while the W302 is a 10.5mm slim handset with Bluetooth stereo, FM Radio and a 2-megapixel camera.
The W902 will come boxed with an 8GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) with the ability to store more than 8,000 songs.
Meanwhile, Sony Ericsson says, the HSDPA-enabled W902 also comes with retro dedicated music keys, clear stereo, clear bass and premium headphones.
The new accessories include three new sets of speakers, the MBS-200, MBS-400 and MPS-100, and three new sets of stereo headphones, HBH-IS800, HPM-88 and HPM-66.
Ben Padley, head of the music category at Sony Ericsson said: ‘With this latest range of phones and accessories, we are offering high quality sound and a rich feature set that cements our position as a leader in the music phone category.
‘We are pushing the boundaries of what people think is possible and are offering best-in-class sound quality and our most exciting Walkman phones to date.’
All three handsets are set to be available by Christmas, though pricing and retailing is yet to be confirmed. Sony Ericsson also announced that their PlayNow platform is set to be revamped in August.