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>> Ken: Hi, I'm Ken German, Senior Editor of CNET.com here at the GSMA World Congress in Barcelona, Sony Ericsson booth want to show
you one of Sony Ericsson's more exciting announcement here; this is the Idou. Now this is a concept phone it's not the actual name
of the phone Sony Ericsson will formally announce the phone later this year with full specs and another name. What this phone is all
about is it's about a new effort to combine Cybershot and Walkman into one device. [inaudible] vibrant Sony Ericsson always does a
great job with the touch-screens. On the back it is a 12 megapixel camera so that's pretty high that's one of the highest we've seen.
You can see there's a flash, has a slider lens cover so you can close it, has email, messaging, organizer all the functions you'd
expect in a phone like this. Again we don't know all of the specs yet we're waiting for a formal announcement from Sony Ericsson
but the Idou, again, is about combining a Walkman and a Cybershot into one phone. I'm Ken German and this is the Sony Ericsson Idou.
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