Mobile phone network that derives its name from voice, data and fone, Vodafone, is now carrying the Android Java based Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman phone, with a cost attached of £80 on pay as you go plans.
The Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman handset was launched in early June this year, as the mobile phone manufactures first Walkman device in a number of years with all the features found in their popular devices of yesteryear.
At the heart of the Mix Walkman is the Zappin software and its dedicated key, which offers up a preview of the next track’s chorus – in order to decide whether the phone owner wants to listen to it or not.
There is also a karaoke function, enabling the vocal track from any song to be instantly lowered so that it can be sung along to.
Sony Ericsson’s Mix Walkman arrives with a 3-inch 400x240 scratch-resistant capacitive touch screen, with a 3 megapixel camera and 100MB of memory, with support for 32GB microsSD cards, an FM radio with RDS and the familiar walkman player software.
Vodafone’s offering of the Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman is available now for £90, which includes a £10 top up on prepay schemes.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com