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Sony Ericsson has added to the pre-Mobile World Congress announcements with two slider phones, the new camera-centric Cyber-shot C903 and music-minded W395 Walkman. The C903 packs a 5-megapixel camera that you can use to geotag images with the built-in Assisted GPS.

Ericsson claims the C903 has a unique sliding lens cover but, frankly, we'll believe that when we see it. It comes with the ever-pointless smile shutter and face detection for up to three people. You can upload and view pictures at photo-sharing sites Picasa, Flickr and Snapfish, or store your images on Memory Stick Micro.

The W395 Walkman's main selling point is its "special stereo speakers to boost your sounds", so expect it to be doing your head in on buses very soon. We have pictures of both phones, so click on 'continue' if you feel the Sony Ericsson love.

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The C903 comes in 'lacquer black', 'glamour red', and something called 'techno white'.
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The W935 comes with a 1GB memory card, as well as an FM radio. It also packs a 2-megapixel camera and 51mm (2-inch) display.
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You'll be able to buy the W935 in 'dusky grey' and 'blush titanium'. The difference? You're guess is as good as ours.
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