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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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The Sony Ericsson W610 is a midrange Walkman phone with a candy bar design that's half an inch thick. There's a 2.0-megapixel camera, an FM radio, an included 512MB memory card, and a speakerphone.
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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.
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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.
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The K550 is a low-end Cybershot phone available in a white or black candy bar design. It offers a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, and a memory card slot.
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