Sony Ericsson has announced the launch of yet another Walkman phone, this time the W660.

The new handset sports 3G connectivity has according to phone maker a "tactile finish that just begs to be touched".

The company have also used to the phone to launch a new pair of Snap-on speakers; the MPS-75, which let you play the tracks stored on your Walkman phone out loud.

Like several of the latest Walkman phones, the W660 features TrackID to help you identify a piece of music that you don’t recognise and the W660 can store up to 470 full-length songs (in eAAC+ format) on the 512MB Memory Stick Micro (M2™) that comes in the box.

The Record Black and Rose Red mobile also packs a 2.0 megapixel camera and Picture Blogging capability, allowing you to capture that picture and upload it instantly to your personal blog site - all at 3G speed.

Both the handset and the Snap-on speakers will be available later this year.

The company also announced the Camera Phone Kit IPK-100 specifically for Cyber-shot phone users.

The kit includes a "tasteful" Cyber-shot branded protective case for your phone, which can be attached to a belt or kept in a bag, and a micro tripod with flexible legs and friction feet that allows you to hold the camera steady for the self-timer.

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