The Sony Ericsson W995 is the new benchmark mobile in the Walkman range of music phones . But it could also be part of the Cyber-shot camera line . Because it has an eight megapixel resolution camera, with built- in flash , autofocus and face detection system . A great incentive for this phone with 2.6 inch (240 x 320 pixels), 113 grams and measures 97 x 49 x 15 mm .
Anyway, music is still the epicenter of this Sony Ericsson W995 . That is why it maintains the various technologies that Sony Ericsson has been incorporating into this range. Among them we find Clear Stereo and Clear Bass , which improve the sound of MP3 or AAC files . The TrackID feature automatically identifies song and artist names , while the Shake Control lets you handle playback by shaking the phone . In addition, it is the first to include the Media Go application , which facilitates the task of transferring multimedia content of any format to the mobile.
It has radio tuner and audio connection standard 3.5 mm . It precisely includes HPM-77 headphones , although in certain countries the HPM-88 model with noise cancellation will be included . It is also possible to use wireless headphones, thanks to its Bluetooth technology with support for A2DP . The inclusion of Wi-Fi (with support for DLNA ) completes its connectivity options, along with the GPS navigator ( AGPS )
It has little internal storage with only 118 megabytes , which is a setback on a mobile in which lots of songs and high-resolution photos will be stored. Yes , eight-gigabyte Memory Stick Micro memory cards can be used , although a smaller capacity is likely to be included. We will check it out when this Sony Ericsson W995 lands during the second quarter of the year , in three colors to choose from: red, black and silver .