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Xmini, the newest Sony Ericsson walkman phone

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Xmini, the newest Sony Ericsson walkman phoneMaybe Sony Ericsson isn’t the most ingenious innovator in the world of mobile phones, but people are surely having great expectations as far as this company is concerned. Thus, the guys over Sony Ericsson have just released in the Japanese market a weird device, maybe the weirdest of them all, the Sony Ericsson Xmini. And if some would think this is just another Walkman, let me tell that the Xmini is, in fact, a Walkman phone.

Part of KDDI au’s range of CDMA-based devices, this is far from the latest mobile phones that the Japanese people are used to in the last months, equipped with high-class features such as 800x480 display or a 5-megapixel camera. Still, the Xmini is similar to a Walkman player when it’s closed, but once it slides, you can see the alphanumeric keypad that reminds you of what the device really is: a phone.
Xmini, the newest Sony Ericsson walkman phoneMeasuring 75 x 44 x 18 millimeters and weighing approximately 75 grams, the newest Sony Ericsson walkman phone was designed to be pocket-friendly. Apart from the regular features, the Xmini is provided with a set of dedicated music keys that are places somewhere below the display. They are hidden and they can be revealed only when you want to control the Walkman player.

As far as the features are concerned, they include a 1.8-inch TFT display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, an unbelievable 8-megapixel QVGA camera, clear stereo sound, CDMA and Bluetooth for connectivity, email support, 4GB of internal memory.
Xmini, the newest Sony Ericsson walkman phoneIt seems that Sony Ericsson Xmini will be launched only in Japan, being carried by KDDI. This means it will be compatible with KDDI services, including the LISMO Video and EZ ‘Chazu Uta’ for audio downloads. The walkman phone is expected to be released sometime before Christmas, but unfortunately there is no information about the price. Another bad thing is that chances are pretty slight chances for the newest Sony Ericsson device to make it Stateside.

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