Somebody's not wasting anytime. Just last month we reported on the musically minded Android handset, and now what looks to be a decidedly darker version of Sony Ericsson's Live with Walkman has made its way through the FCC and come out the other end in pieces -- literally. Since the outfit didn't
3 years ago
Four months after unveiling the relatively bare bones W8, Sony Ericsson has now taken the wraps off yet another Walkman phone, known as the Live with Walkman. Powered by a 1GHz processor, this Android handset features a 3.2 inch, capacitive touchscreen (with somewhat disappointing HVGA resoluti
3 years ago
Oopsie! Looks like Sony Ericsson's become as leaky as BP's oil rig these days, although we can't say we're all that stirred up by this particular exposé. On the left we have the Cedar, which is much like its hippie GreenHeart cousin Naite but with a touch of SE's \"human curvature\" sculpting
4 years ago
It's been announced and reviewed, but we still had to wrap our sweaty paws all over the Walkman W880 while at 3GSM. It's fit and trim, no doubt, but you know us, we're already looking forward to whatever comes next.
Hands-on with Sony Ericsson's Walkman W880
7 years ago
As you can tell from Mobile Burn's
title, "Review: Sony Ericsson's Fabulous W810i,"
they obviously thought the device had something going for it. And frankly so did we; whenever we've picked it up, we've
hardly been able to put the thing back down. According to Mobile Burn the W810i's incr
8 years ago