Today Sony Ericsson officially announced their new budget Walkman handset, the W200, and they published official photos of their highly-rumored W880.
The Sony Ericsson W200 is a classic bar-shaped mobile following the current Sony Ericsson design lines and will be styled in the Walkman colors in two classic color combinations - black and orange and white and orange. The Sony Ericsson W200 would sport a 65K colors UBC display with a resolution of 128x160 pixels and would weigh only 85 g. The device equipment will also be complemented by a VGA camera, a Memory Stick Micro card slot, and a FM radio. Connectivity features include tri-band GSM/GPRS support, an Infrared port, USB support, but unfortunately there would be no Bluetooth support.
The W200 retail package will include a 128MB M2 memory card and a stereo headset HPM-64, the first with Bass Reflex. The Sony Ericsson W200 will be available in selected markets from Q2 2007.
Besides that, Sony Ericsson finally made a step to clarify the speculations around their highly-anticipated Walkman handset, the Sony Ericsson W880. It turned out it won't be a clamshell that we are so eagerly awaiting, but an ultra thin bar-shaped handset. So far specifications are not available, but let us present you with the first official photos of Sony Ericsson W880. Official announcement and launching of the W880 is expected in the first half of 2007.