Sony Ericsson unveils phone with Wii-like sensors

Sony Ericsson, the Swedish-Japanese phone maker, unveiled a Wii-like handset which allows users to play games using the phone as a motion sensor, an AFP report said.

'This is our first foray into motion gaming,' Howard Lewis, vice president and head of the product business unit, quoted by AFP, said.He said the F305 mobile phone was launched in conjunction with CommunicAsia, an industry convention and exhibition.

'We see gaming as a way to interact with our young customers"&brkbar; it's a new area of the market that Sony Ericsson is entering into,' he said.

With the F305 phone, the device itself acts as a motion sensor when playing pre-loaded games including bowling and bass fishing, the company said.

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