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Sony Ericsson has made use of almost every other key Sony product brand - we're thinking Walkman, we're thinking Cyber-shot - for a mobile phone, so it's no great surprise that it's borrowed the Bravia brand for a handset with the ability to show TV programmes. The Japan-only SO903iTV sports a 3in widersceen display and a fold-away antenna. As a phone, it's a clamshell that supports i-mode and has a two megapixel camera on the back. It'll ship on the DoCoMo network in red, black and white versions. ®

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