We eagerly expect Sony’s new OLED walkman to be released, so we can have a chance playing with it and take an in-depth look inside. Until then, we’ll have to settle with the full specs that have emerged to the world by SonyStyle Hong Kong. According to the Asian store, the NWZ-X1000 players will include a 3-inch 432 x 240 OLED display, together with an FM tuner, WiFi b/g connection and internet browsing with YouTube support. More in the list, a battery that delivers up to 33hrs of audio or 9hrs of video playback and wide range of supported formats, such as MP3, WMA, AAC-LC and WAV audio files, while in video we can mention MPEG-4, H.264, or WMV files. Still, no word about Stateside presence, but as previously reported it is already available for pre-order at Amazon UK, as the 16GB Sony Walkman NWZ-X1051 goes for £214 ($310) while the 32GB version, the Sony Walkman NWZ-X1061,will cost you £283 ($410).
Update1: Checkout the promotional video after the break, featuring a fluent and sophisticated GUI from one side, yet easy to use and convenient to handle from the other one.
Update2: Looks like Sony’s NWZ-X1000 series is about to make a debut in Japan on April 25th, offered in Black or Red flavors and priced at 40,000 yen ($400) for the 16GB NWZ-X1050 version and 50,000 yen ($500) for the 32GB NWZ-X1060.