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Sony Ericsson unveils 9GB Walkman cellphone

Sony Ericsson unveils 9GB Walkman cellphone

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications has released six new phones, including a high-end, Walkman-branded handset with around 9GB of internal Flash memory, according to a company spokeswoman.

The music-centric Walkman will more than double the internal memory of previous models and will feature a newly designed media player and large-touch display for easy navigating. But, unlike Apple's planned iPhone, the new Walkman will include a keyboard.

"Our new Walkman mobile phone isn't designed as a response to the iPhone but as a further development of the Walkman," the Sony Ericsson spokeswoman said.

Sony Ericsson also unveiled the latest in its line of Cybershot camera phones, a five-megapixel device.

Several new accessories released include a global positioning system unit that can be connected to a mobile phone and new Bluetooth headsets.


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