Sony Ericsson has boosted its range of Walkman phones with the W395 handset - a Walkman phone with built-in stereo speakers.

Aimed at those that love music, the Walkman W395 features dedicated keys to skip forwards and backwards, play and pause tracks as well as an FM radio. As well as the stereo speakers, the handset also comes bundled with Sony HPM-64 earphones.

The Walkman W395 has a 10MB internal memory but also comes with a 1GB memory card, ensuring you can store and listen to a good selection of tracks on the go. The music functions on the W395 are also boosted with the inclusion of TrackID, a service that identifies the title and artist of clips of music and PlayNow, Sony's music store that lets you download content including tracks and games straight to your handset.

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The slider handset measures 96x47x14.9 mm and also benefits from a 2Mp camera with 2.5x digital zoom, a 2in screen, Bluetooth connectivity and email capability.

Available in Dusky Grey or Blush Titanium, the Sony Walkman W395 will be available in quarter one of 2009. No pricing or operator details have yet been announced.

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