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Come on, now, Sony Ericsson, you know what happens when you make too many colors of the same damn phone. The W580i was a serviceable midrange Walkman handset in its heyday, but without 3G, it's pretty hard to justify the $99 after contract and rebate that AT&T is asking for the thing in its lat

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June 26, 2008 at 7:47PM
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We got our grubby mitts all over the latest and greatest from Sony Ericsson, including that new C905 8 megapixel monstrosity, and, of course, the Xperia X1. The C905 is certainly no slouch in the camera department, with that for-serious Xenon flash and dedicated camera keys, but you'll pay for it i

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How about one more announcement just for good measure, guys? They say the third time's the charm. We kid, we kid -- find the light red W580i in your friendly local place of AT&T business for $80 with a new contract and rebate.[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]

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Maybe your PR peeps aren't on the ball, guys, but seriously -- stop trying to confuse us by announcing products that have been out for weeks. Sony Ericsson has, for some reason, (re)announced the W580i today following an original announcement way back in March and launches on Rogers and AT&T in

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OK, enough is enough, Sony Ericsson really has to get some handsets launched as the speculation on what seems like 20 handsets is really making it hard for us to keep up. The latest not-yet-released-are-we-making-you-crazy-yet handset is what appears to be a twin to the recently announced W580i Walk

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We got hands-on with the W580, Sony Ericsson's latest Walkman phone, at CTIA last night. Click on the gallery for a bunch of shots. Sony Ericsson W580 gallery

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Sony Ericsson took the wraps off a pair of new Walkman phones today, including the company's first to boast that oft-desired HSDPA connectivity. Starting with the more familiar territory, the company's W580 slider handset will give you quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity, along with a 2-inch QVGA displ

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Sony Ericsson took the wraps off a pair of new Walkman phones today, including the company's first to boast that oft-desired HSDPA connectivity. Starting with the more familiar territory, the company's W580 slider handset will give you quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity, along with a 2-inch QVGA displ

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