The nice weather has finally pitched up -- it's a great time to get down the park, top up your tan and listen to some banging tunes on your phone. Here we present four of the best music phones out this summer, at prices to suit all budgets.
Sony Ericsson's new W760i is our highest-rated Walkman phone to date, and offers not only superb music capabilities, but GPS, HSDPA data access and a terrific camera, as well. Even if you're not after a music phone, the W760i should definitely be in your 'to consider' list.
Come on, you knew this was going to be in this round-up, didn't you? Whatever you think of Apple, its iPhone 3G is easily the best music phone on the market. It's a superb iPod on its own, but comes with apps, wireless iTunes Store downloads and 16GB of memory, too.
Motorola has been a bit hit-and-miss since the Razr first launched, but the E8 is a solid music handset. Its design is questionable, but it rocks a solid build, a 3.5mm headphone socket as standard, great sound quality, 2GB of on-board memory and microSD expansion.
Finally, the Sony Ericsson W890i is something of a classic to us at CNET.co.uk, and still one of the best Walkman phones -- not to mention music phones -- on the market. It's beginning to date a little, but still manages to hold its own in its price bracket.