In Singapore this week, Sony Ericsson unveiled the latest addition to its Walkman phone lineup. The Sony Ericsson W900i is the first Walkman phone to support 3G UMTS networks--a great addition to what looks like an already great product. Like the very cool , the new mobile packs in the multimedia features. Included are a 2-megapixel camera with video, an MP3 and AAC music player, and an FM radio. It also promises Bluetooth, USM and infrared connectivity, a 262,000-color display, a speakerphone, and 3D Java gaming. Onboard memory is a very solid 470MB, and there's a Memory Stick Pro Duo slot for cards up to 2GB. The swivel design resembles the , and it comes in white or black. Unfortunately, we won't see it in the United States anytime soon, but it's set to ship to Europe, Asia/Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa by the end of the year. For a complete rundown on the W900i, see the First Take from CNET Asia.