Posted by Simpur | Posted in Cybershot, Mobile Phones, Sony Ericsson, Walkman | Posted on Thursday, August 06, 2009
The usually fine line between Sony Ericsson's flagship Cybershot and Walkman series smart phones has probably just gone non-existent with the introduction of the W995 - a phone that not only has 118MB of on-board storage and an 8GB M2 Memory Stick for all your music and files, but also boasts an 8.1-megapixel camera too.
This new feature-packed phone can give its Nokia counterpart the N86 a run for its money with features such as Wi-Fi with DLNA support (wirelessly connect to other devices via W-Fi), built-in GPS with A-GPS functionality, Walkman 4.0 music player with Shake control and SensMe accelerometer just to name a few.
Watch our Gadget,Ink Webcast below to get a brief look at some of the phone's features..
The Sony Ericsson W995 is now available for just B$798 at Incomm, with further discounts when you present your DST Card.
Product Page: Nokia
Official Distributor Website: Incomm