Sony Bringing New Video Walkman To CES 2015
While a bunch of hours stand between us and the official CES 2015 kickoff in Las Vegas, folks on the ground are already stumbling upon somewhat revealing sights at the expo.
As you must have gleaned from the title, one of the devices the Japanese company will have up at its booth is a new Walkman device - one that is pretty reminiscent of the NWZ-ZX1 Video Walkman. Sony is refining the formula behind the aforementioned model by introducing a curvy frame that, again, has all the controls on the side. If the seeming predecessor of this new audiophile gadget is any reference, we'd expect at least 128GB of storage, a 4-inch, 480*854 pixel resolution display, and over 32 hours of continuous playback of MP3-encoded audio at 128kbps.
What's more, said teaser strongly referred to Android Lollipop, but Sony has so far relied on its own, custom-built OS for its Walkman line.