After announcing the Android powered Sony Walkman F886 at IFA 2013 earlier this month, the Japanese company have launched two new additions to their existing touch-enabled Walkman series with the flagship Walkman ZX1 and the value oriented Walkman F880.
While the former comes packing the highest quality design and build as well as 128 GB of in-built flash storage, the latter comes in three flavors. You can pick the 16 GB flavor if you're on a tight budget, or the 32/64 GB flavors if you've got some extra cash to spare.
The ZX1 packs a 4.0-inch FWVGA (854 x 480) display, just like the Walkman F886, runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and packs a ton of connectivity features (NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth). You also get access to Google's Play Store. How about that? That's not it. The device features a new S-Master HX digital amplifier and can playback 24-bit/196 KHz audio in lossless formats such as FLAC and ALAC (Apple Lossless).
The Walkman F880 packs a smaller 3.5-inch display and is available in black, pink and white color options. Pick up either of these devices in Japan starting October 19 for 27,000 Yen and upwards (base model).