Sony has released two more Walkman Phones which aim at the entry level and mainstream users respectively.
The W595 is a slide-camera phone and packs a 2.2-inch QVGA screen and 2GB worth of memory on a MS Micro card.
There's also a 3.2 megapixel camera plus a flash and comes with a pair of stereo speakers buit in as well as a great little feature called a "share jack" which will allow a second set of headphones to be plugged in.
Sony has made the search for songs as well as their purchase seemingly easier through the use of TrackID technology. As for the W902, there's also Shake control which allows the volume to be pumped up or the tune change by merely shaking your wrist... and the phone.
The W302 is another Walkman phone with entry level features like a 2-megapixel camera, a few 3D games and only 512 memory.
It appears to be slimmer - thanks to a smaller 2-inch screen - than the others and weighs only 78 grams.
All three phones are quad-band versions and last up to 9 hours in talktime with up to 385 hours in standby.