The W995's Walkman player offers the standard range of features, including album art, shake control, TrackID, and an adjustable bass level. You'll also be able to save MP3 and AAC files as ring tones. The 8.1-megapixel camera is straight out of a Cyber-shot line. It has a 16x digital zoom, auto-focus, face detection, a flash, image stabilization, Sony's PictBridge, a video recorder, and picture blogging.
Finishing out the feature set are stereo Bluetooth, assisted-GPS with support for Google Maps, Wi-Fi, messaging and e-mail, a voice recorder, an FM radio, phone-as-modem capability, USB mass storage, PC syncing, instant messaging, organizer applications, a speakerphone, gaming, and direct access to YouTube.
With so much under the hood, it's imperative Sony Ericsson backs it all up with solid battery life and memory. Fortunately, the W995's specs look promising. Its Memory Stick Micro slot will accommodate cards up to 8GB, the internal memory is 118MB, and Sony Ericsson promises that the W995's battery life will be long enough to support two full-length films (9 hours talk time, 20 hours music time and 5 hours video time).