Sony Walkman cassette version makes comeback after 40 years with some of the most exciting features

Music but no calls, Spotify but no notification,s and internet but no interruptions. This is what we want in today’s time when we are surrounded by a plethora of disturbing elements. The Sony Walkman cassette version was one of the devices that went on sale 40 years ago and everyone went mad behind it. But time changed and with time changed things all around it. Now people have started having access to all songs from the internet just a click away.

Sony has again arrived with the new Walkman NW A306 that lets users access the internet for downloading songs and streaming videos on YouTube and Spotify. It comes with a 3.6-inch touchscreen and physical control on the side for volume change and switching tracks.

The new device will cost £349 which is more than some of the smartphones in the market and despite having such a high cost it can’t make calls and send messages. Users can access basic Android apps on this including music apps and Chrome.

This device uses AI to make sure that you get the best quality sound by upscaling it up to a level. It has got 36-hour of battery life and runs Android 12. You can get it in two different colors: blue and black. One of the features that makes retro lovers happy is its headphone port which has become almost a rare feature.



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