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Sony Ericsson W995

Sony Ericsson W995
Compatible networks GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS/HSPA 900/2100
Form factor Candybar Slide
Dimensions 97.0×49.0×15.0 mm
Weight 113.0 g
CPU ARM 11 369 MHz
Memory 118 MB internal, Memory Stick Micro (M2) support (up to 16 GB)[1]
Display 2.6 inch, 240×320 pixel display[1]
Rear camera 8.1 MP[2]
Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, GPS/A-GPS[3]

The Sony Ericsson W995 is a candybar slider model music phone designed by Sony Ericsson as the new Walkman flagship phone, previously known as Hikaru. The W995 was released on 4 June 2009 and uses the 4th version of the 'Walkman Player'. It is also the first Walkman phone to feature a 3.5mm headset jack. It features an 8.1-megapixel camera which seems similar to the C905 which is also one of the best cameras among all the Walkman phones. Although its camera is comparable to other cameraphones, the video quality is only QVGA (320×240) at its maximum, unlike the majority of phones with VGA and HD videos.

The W995 is available in three different colors which have been advertised as Progressive Black, Cosmic Silver and Energetic Red. It comes with an 8 GB memory card in its package.

On August 21, 2009, it won the EISA Best Music Phone Award.[4]



  1. ^ a b c d Sony Ericsson's W995 goes the extra media mile
  2. ^ Sony Ericsson's W995 Walkman slips out ahead of schedule
  3. ^ Sony Ericsson W995 review: Ready, set, play
  4. ^ EISA Awards

External links

  • W995 Official Webpage
  • W995 Specifications
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