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With its two new phones at CTIA, Sony Ericsson finally showers North America with love. Besides the new W580 and Z750, we've also included several new handsets the company announced earlier this year.
The new Z750a flip phone is the company's first tri-band HSDPA phone. Available in in rose pink or luster black, the mirrored finish hides a small external display. Inside you'll find a 2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, and a memory card slot.
The new W580 is a slider Walkman phone available in white or gray. Though the company says a thin design isn't a priority, it is just 0.55 inch thick. Its features include a Walkman player 2.0, stereo Bluetooth, a 2-megapixel camera, and a memory card slot.
The W880 Walkman phone has a candy bar design that's just 0.4 inch thick. Feature are on the high end and include a Walkman player, a 2.0-megapixel camera, and a memory card slot. It's available in silver or black.
The W660 is a candy bar Walkman phone available in two colors: rose red and black. Besides the usual Walkman player, its features include stereo Bluetooth, a 2-megapixel camera, and a memory card slot.
Unveiled at CES, the W200 is a basic Walkman candy bar phone available in white or black. Its features include a VGA camera, an FM radio, a speakerphone, and a memory card slot. Bluetooth is absent but there is an infrared port.
The Z310 is another low-end handset in a flip phone design. Its features are limited to a VGA camera, text messaging, and 14MB of internal memory. It comes in three colors: blush bronze, lush pink, or jetset black.