The high-end Walkman is capable of playing high-resolution audio, alongside the usual audio formats, video and picture files. That includes MP3s, Mp4s and JPEGs. It comes with 128GB hard drive which can hold up to 800 high-resolution audio track. It will be able to play music as it is found on CD players, this means files encoded at up to 24bit/44.1kHz can be played on the device.
The walkman comes with NFC support and is powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It is also builted with a brushed aluminium frame and a rubberised back.

Available from beginning of March from £549

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