Sony Ericsson has decided that not everyone wants (or can afford) a 42MP full touchscreen mobile phone with 80TB of storage, and instead has released the W205 Walkman slider phone.
This handset, with its 1.3MP camera and 5MB of onboard storage (with the option to upgrade to a 2GB M2 memory card... you'll probably want to as 5MB will hold roughly one song.)
But as a handset from the Walkman stable at Sony Ericsson it comes with the normal set of features, including TrackID that can name tunes when you play them, an FM radio and record songs from the airwaves to use as a ringtone.
In a hint that the W205 is designed for the emerging markets (ie affordable and robust) the phone also has multiple phonebooks, so a number of people can use the handset and have their own personal experience, as well as torch functionality (which is probably a brighter screen rather than the phone bursting into flames).
Despite the lack of 3G connectivity, it still has an integrated Opera Mini web browser, so you'll be able to look at your favourite sites, albeit a little bit slowly.
"The W205 is a stylish slider phone allowing you to enjoy your music wherever you are – whether it's on the bus, at college or chilling in the park," revealed Timo Maassmann, marketing business manager at Sony Ericsson.
"You can also share more than music with the 1.3 megapixel camera. [Probably pictures]. Capture the action in stills or video and send them to friends via MMS or via Bluetooth [Ah yes, pictures. And video]."