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>> Hi, I'm Kent German, senior editor here at CNET.com, here at the GSMA World Congress in Barcelona. I want to show you the Sony Ericsson W395. It is a Walkman Phone, of course, so it has the Walkman player, all the Walkman features you'd typically expect. Sony Ericsson says it's going to be their cheapest Walkman phone today. We don't exactly know what the price is yet. There's a big toggle that is raised above the surface of the phone. There's an "OK" button in the center. You can also use it as a play button as well for activating the music. There's a couple of soft keys down here. And there's a talk and end buttons as well. Keypad is flat with the surface of the phone. Here on this side you'll see a volume rocker, and then you'll see the camera button for shooting the camera, a little hard to show you since it's chained to the desk, but you can see the lens right here. And again, that's a two-megapixel camera. I'm Kent German, and this is the Sony Ericsson W395.
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