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Sony Ericsson "Wilma" spied?

Ryan Block, @ryan

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Yeah, yeah, usual rigmarole: we can't confirm the validity of these "spy" shots, so prepare to take the following news with your respective grains of salt, but apparently some shots have surfaced of the Sony Ericsson "Wilma." We'll round this up real quick since there's been a slew of Sony Ericsson bits over the last couple of weeks. During CES SE announced the W810i, the successor to the K750. But shortly thereafter we caught wind of another new leaked phone (assuming it's real, anyhow), which we're hearing referred to as "Betty." Then a couple of days ago we saw some shots of what's supposedly SE's new P970/P980 QWERTY phone. But SE's leak o' the day today, the Wilma, will supposedly trump all of their previous devices with a 3.2 megapixel camera, QVGA display, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, stereo speakers, 466MB of internal flash, a front-facing conference cam, and EDGE/UMTS. Do we think this thing's legit? Eh, hard to say, but we'll keep our fingers crossed.

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