Sony Ericsson’s Live with Walkman is the latest addition to Three’s Coming Soon page. Three has just announced that it’ll be selling two of Sony Ericsson’s recently announced Android phones, the super slick Xperia Arc S and the music-centric Live with Walkman. The former is the Swedish-Japanese joint venture’s latest music-focussed effort to challenge the iPod, while the latter will effectively replace the original Arc S that launched in summer.
Featuring a 3.2– inch display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine, the Live with Walkman’s sonic smarts include a dedicated Walkman button that instantly launches your music library, a xLOUD speaker and free one-month trial of Sony’s Entertainment Unlimited service. The 8.1– megapixel camera is the same as the one on the original Arc. It boasts an f/2.4 aperture and is backed up by Sony’s Exmor R light sensor.
A new bonus feature of the Arc S is that is features a faster processor than it’s predecessor, a 1.4GHz single core unit that’s 20 per cent faster than the original. The camera also features a 3D panoramic mode which we’ve seen in action. It’s also home to a five-megapixel snapper with flash and HD recording . Both phones comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box and feature Sony Ericsson’s Facebook Inside Xperia user interface bolted on.
In terms of features, the Live with Walkman is all about music. As well as the usual built-in music player, you’ll find Qriocity music and video services, Track ID, and xLOUD technology for enhanced audio output.
No Release date & price of those product yet not announced. But customers can register their interest on Three’s website.