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Thursday, September 01, 2011
Sony Showcases Android-based Walkman Prototype At IFA 2011


Sony has on display a "Walkman" portable music player prototype at IFA 2011. The device is based on Android software platform.

Sony has not disclosed release and pricing details for the device, which has a chassis similar to that of Sony Ericsson's "Xperia arc" smartphone and has a 4.3-inch touch-sensitive LCD panel (800 x 640). In addition to a function to play music, it can play music streamed from Sony's "Music Unlimited" music distribution service using a wireless LAN function.

The player is also suporting DLNA connectivity with compatible devices, it is able to reproduce video and images, and is also compatible with Android Apps.


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