Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman Passes Through the FCC

The Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman has just passed through the FCC today. The device will be geared towards music-aficionados thanks to it’s dedicated Walkman button delivering xLOUD loudness directly into your eardrums. The device will also have accessibility to Sony’s PlayNow music store. The Live with Walkman (awkward name) will feature a 3.2-inch display, 1GHz processor, 5MP rear/VGA front facing cameras and running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The device is expected to arrive sometime towards the end of this year.

[Via WirelessGoodness]

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  • Pkmmte

    Chris, you need to take your Tylenol soon! D=
    You’re starting to spell things wrong like “Throught” instead of “Through” in the title.

    • Chris Chavez

      Gaaaaaah! >.<

  • DownloadRedSnow

    “The FCC does not need / can’t test the 2100 Mhz band as those frequencies are used for the downlink i.e. the tower is emitting and the phone is only receiving. The phone emits RF energy on the 1700 band since this frequency band is used for the uplink in the AWS-1 spec. The FCC is checking to make sure the RF emissions from the phone conform to regulations so they test 1700Mhz and don’t care about 2100Mhz as far as the phone is concerned. mmmkay? This is not a phone spec-sheet, it is simply the FCC test results.

  • benmarvin

    Didn’t this hit the FCC back like September 30th or so? Yeah, I know that’s only like 10 days but it’s a million years in terms of Android news.

  • MarioVincent88

    but is possibily complete of sonyerricson walkman.