We do know that Android has been most popular operating system till the date, while the roles are reversed when it comes to the music business. Sony, today, wrapped off its new walkman running Android ICS. Called Sony Android Walkman F800, the device is said to be “an extreme on-the-go entertainment experience.”
Featuring premium Walkman sound quality, the new Sony Android Walkman enters in company’s new Walkman F800 Series. The Sony F800 Android Walkman packs a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen display, Android 4.0 ICS along with an S-Master Digital Amplifier for improved audio quality. It also has 20 hours audio and 4.5 hours video playback, as well as Google Play Store access.
In addition, the company also unveiled another Walkman E470, which ranks as the thinnest Walkman yet at 7.0mm. Available in a metallic red or black finish, the E470 features a bright 2.0-inch LCD screen.
All Sony Walkman F800 and E470 Series models include soft hybrid silicone premium ear bud headphones.
Music lovers will also have access to more than 14 million songs on new Walkmans with Sony Entertainment Network’s cloud-based Music Unlimited Service.
While the F800 series retails for $269.99 and $299.99 for 16GB and 32GB models respectively, the E470 series Walkman will cost you back $79.99 for 4GB model as well as 8GB will be priced at $89.99 and 16GB at $109.99.
New Sony Android Walkmans are expected to be available in August 2012 at Sony Stores, participating retailers and online at www.sony.com/walkman.
Anyone interested in new Android ICS-running Walkman?
Source - Sony