The first of the two is the Mix Walkman and it’s obviously a music-centric device with some neat features. One of them, called Zappin, lets users browse through songs by automatically serving the chorus of the songs while skipping through them. Moreover, there’s the karaoke mode which lowers the vocal track of any song. Finally, it supports exchangeable “color bands” that run along the edge of the phone.
The second phone is called txt pro and it resembles Sony Ericsson’sthanks to the similar side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. This baby also comes preloaded with the “friends application” that enables users to add their five best friends for easy access to their feeds from Facebook and Twitter.
Additionally, both the Mix Walkman and txt pro feature a 3.2-inch 400×240 pixels capacitive touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, memory card slot and EDGE data, hinting us these two are made for emerging markets of the world. Sony Ericsson said that the two phones will be available in the third quarter…
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