Sony Ericsson launched its first 3G Walkman phone in the US as an exclusive for AT&T called the W760a Walkman phone. The handset has an integrated accelerometer that allows users to shake or tilt the phone to change tracks and simulate motion for video games.
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The device is compatible with features like Napster mobile, eMusic mobile, Music ID and XM Radio. Features include a 3.2MP camera, AT&T Navigator, HTML web browsing, and more. The handset will retail for $129.99 after a 2-year agreement and mail-in rebate.
"Why use buttons when motion can guide mobile entertainment?" said Carlton Hill, vice president of Devices and Product Development for AT&T's wireless operations. "Whether using the W760a to play a bowling game by mimicking the action or simply shaking it to listen to the next song in your playlist, the W760a can follow your lead."
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