We’ve known Sony Ericsson W910 for quite some time now by the codename Shinobu. Now it’s official, and the name ended up being W910, as said on many forums. W910 has a TFT-screen with a QVGA-resolution and can show up to 262.000 colors. It’s just 12,5 millimeters thin and weighs 86 grams.
W910 is the first phone with Walkman 3.0 and PlayNow 4.0. Shortly, this means that the phone is totally prepared to play and download music, which can be done via HSDPA (3,6 mbit/s). Walkman 3.0 has an updated user interface compared to version 2.0, and it introduces a series of new features – such as SensMe, which makes it possible to create playlists according to your mood, style or tempo. 1 gigabyte memory card comes along with W910, and can be expanded. The camera is a 2-megapixel camera without auto focus. W910 will be available in quarter 4 pricing at about 450 euros.
W960 is the successor of W950, and comes with twice the amount of memory. Just like W910 you can shake the phone if you want to change song etc. W960 has a 2.6 inch touchscreen with QVGA-resolution and can show 262.144 colors. On the back you’ll find a 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus.
W960 measures 109 x 55 x 16 millimeters and weighs in at 116 grams. Other than that W960 also features W-LAN, so you can downloade music on PlayNow at home. It has 3G, but no HSDPA.
W960 will be out in quarter 4 at an expected price at about 700 euros.