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T-Mobile USA Prepares a Sony Ericsson Christmas with the W760

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Sony Ericsson Christmas with the W760US music lovers who are also T-Mobile customers will soon have a pretty cool (and relatively new) phone that might prove to be just the perfect thing for them. Sony Ericsson W760 is the handset in question and T-Mobile will offer it either as Sony Ericsson W760t or as Sony Ericsson Denna. The W760 will be the second device from T-Mobile's 2008 line-up to be built by Sony Ericsson, after the TM506 clamshell, released at the beginning of September.

Thanks to CellPhoneSignal, we have a T-Mo promo flier that shows the W760 phone and reads, “Who could your Faves be this holiday season? Buy a Sony Ericsson Denna Walkman Phone and get a pair of tickets to see your favorite artist for free.” So, things are pretty clear: T-Mobile will launch the W760 just in time for Christmas, together with a contest that should let some lucky customers win tickets to the show(s) of any musician they want.

Now, this is quite good news for all of T-Mobile USA's subscribers – not only because of the contest coming with the W760t / Denna, but also because the phone has a set of really nice features.

Released across Europe several months ago, the W760 is obviously part of Sony Ericsson's Walkman series. Coming in a slider form factor, the handset offers the following: built-in GPS, quad-band GSM connectivity and tri-band HSDPA connectivity, a 2.2-inch TFT display with 240 x 320 pixels and 256K colors, motion sensor, Walkman player, FM radio with RDS, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, Memory Stick Micro card support, and more.
Sony Ericsson Christmas with the W760W760 weighs 3.63 ounces (103 grams) and, when not slid, measures 4.05 x 1.89 x 0.59 inches (103 x 48 x 15 millimeters). The battery that the slider relies on is said to provide up to 9 hours of continuous talk-time, or up to 400 when in stand-by.

The T-Mobile price of Sony Ericsson W760 is currently not known, as neither is its exact release date.

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