Sony Ericsson announced its W710 Walkman clamshell handset today, with a 2-megapixel camera and an MP3 player that's fed by Sony's Memory Stick Micro. This is one sporty phone that walkers and runners might like, where it has some GPS-like features such as the ability to measure your speed, distance and time.
Sony bundles a measly 64MB memory stick micro with the phone but you can get your own memory stick that's available in sizes up to 1GB, and use that to store and transfer multimedia content. The thing even has an FM radio, and supports all the usual suspects when it comes to music file formats. It has Bluetooth 2.0 with high data rate support (HDR), and you can also stream Bluetooth in stereo to listen to music with wireless headsets. Sony says this quad band/EDGE phone, available in colors it calls Twilight Black and Metallic Sand, will be shipping in Q3.