Sony Ericsson unleashes stellar six

There’s definitely something in the water over at Sony Ericsson HQ. Not content with May’s fashionable offerings of the T650i and the S500

There’s definitely something in the water over at Sony Ericsson HQ. Not content with May’s fashionable offerings of the T650i and the S500i, the SE elves have been beavering away to give us half a dozen handsets so cutting-edge our ears may bleed.Drumroll, please…First up we have a pair of Walkman beauts – the W910 and W960. The touchscreen W960 delivers a whopping 8GB of onboard storage and claims a PC-to-phone transfer of 1GB in just three minutes. Take that, nano.The HSDPA W910 (far left) opts for increasingly popular shake controls: flick the handset to move forward a track, give it a right good shoogle to shuffle tracks, or utilise it for tilt-and-play gaming. Nice.Next up, we have a Cybershot re-invention, the K850i (far right). Dressed in a rather sober black jacket, it will deliver 5MP of snapping pleasure, thanks to autofocus and Xenon lens, while HSDPA means that your feverish blog entries can be posted in seconds. We’re also promised a next-gen camera menu for whizzy navigation and advanced digicam features.Click through for the three remaining stars...

The K530 is a super-svelte (14mm) 3G number (second left) and a bit of a show-off – plug in Sony’s new GPS Enabler, the HGE-100, for full sat-nav pleasure, access push email, or even find out if it’s raining at your destination with its weather forecast application. Yowza.Two funky wee clamshells have also popped off the production line – the Z250 and the Z320 (second right). Both itsy-bitsy, pebble-shaped numbers with a retro-style front icon display, the Z320i packs a 1.3MP cam, and is available in blue or red, while the Z250 is a black or white baby which can store up to 200 of your amusing photographs.Expect full reviews the moment we get our dirty little mitts on them…