Chances are you’ve forgotten the Sony Ericsson Yendo. The touchscreen Walkman phone, the first in Sony’s vintage music range to feature a proddable panel, was unveiled in June. However, its release has now been pushed back until February next year.
The reason? Well, one Sony Ericsson exec says it’s not happy with the current version of the software. The phone uses a similar ‘four corner’ UI to the mobile maker’s Android phones, a smart system which works well.
The Sony Ericsson Yendo is a pretty basic Walkman phone that has a 2.6 inch touch-screen, 2 mega-pixel camera with digital zoom and a 3.5 mm headphone socket.
If features the Sony Ericsson Walkman app package which means it features Touch TrackID for finding names of tracks you hear, PlayNow and MediaGo. Sadly , the device doesn't support 3G or WiFi and isn't a powerful smartphone.