Manufacturers stated music phones would be the new battleground for 2005 and 2006. Similar to what camera phones were in 2004, wireless companies are pushing out their MP3-capabile products in time for the Christmas season rush. Sony Ericsson released the W800, the first of its Walkman Phones, Motorola released its first iTunes-series phone, the ROKR E1, and now Samsung has released contender, the SCH-A950 music phone. As the latest device to support music capabilities, the natural convergence of cell phone mobility and MP3 functionality seemed inevitable. Featuring a 1.3-megapixel digital camera and camcorder, dual high-resolution color LCDs, and VCAST service to stream and download video clips with high-speed EV-DO connection, the Samsung A950 is a robust mobile entertainment center for use anywhere on the go.