Sony Ericsson has announced that in Q3 of this year will be launching 2 new mid-range phones: the txt pro and the Mix Walkman. Both has 3” touchscreen display, with resolution 400×240 px, WiFi and 3.2 megapixel camera. However, each one is specialized for a different kind of user.
The Sony Ericsson txt pro is well designed to improve the user experience on social networks communication and keep them in touch with all contacts. It incorporates a nice sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Now, the Sony Ericsson Walkman Mix, as its name implies, is optimized for multimedia enjoyment. Integrates the TrackID app for songs recognition and the Zappin app that let users browse and play songs, and even play them in karaoke mode.
Both phones are integrated with Facebook and Twitter, count with FM radio and microSD slot to bring storage capacity beyond its 100 MB of internal memory (up to 32 GB).
There is no Android on these phones, although the appearance of the interface seems to run Android, it does not. Sony Ericsson only reused the idea of 4-corners shortcuts interface as the Xperia Mini to save more screen space.
Its prices are unknown but it is official that the txt pro and Walkman Mix will be present in the main markets for the Q3.