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Sony Ericsson W900 - the first UMTS Walkman phone
Date: 17 October 2005
Sony Ericsson W900 - the first UMTS Walkman phone
Sony Ericsson today adds its first UMTS handset to the Walkman range of music phones bringing the total number of phones in the range to four. The W900 is a high quality fully specified music player, phone and imaging device capable of super-fast downloads of all types of multimedia – music, video and graphics.

As a music player, the W900 makes it easy to import, transfer, manage and play music from operators’ over-the-air (OTA) music download services, allowing tracks to be downloaded directly to the phone while on the move and, from a PC when tracks have been copied from the owner’s CD collection.

Some features
- 2.2 inch QVGA 262K TFT screen
- 2MP camera with Autofocus 8x digital zoom and LED photo light; Video recording
- Video call camera
- 470MB user free memory + Memory Stick PRO Duo card
- SMS, MMS, Instant Messaging and Push e-mail
- PlayNowâ„¢ ringtones and games
- Walkman® player (MP3/AAC/AAC+)
- Stereo Portable Handsfree with remote control (3.5mm jack)
- Java J2MEâ„¢ and hardware accelerator
- Embedded Java games: Asphalt Urban GT 3d from Gameloft, Power Ball Arcade in 3D, QuadraPop in 2D
- FM Radio
- Bluetooth, IrDA and USB port

The W900 UMTS Walkman phone is available in black or white and will be commercially available end Q4 2005. The variants will be:
- W900i - Dual mode UMTS (2100MHz) - GPRS 900/1800/1900 for Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa
- W900c - Dual mode UMTS (2100MHz) - GPRS 900/1800/1900 for Mainland China. Launch for mainland China dependant on availability of 3G services.
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