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Sony Ericsson W760a Available on AT&T

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Sony Ericsson W760a Available on AT&TYesterday, AT&T and Sony Ericsson announced the W760a, the first 3G Walkman phone in the US. The device is designed to deliver users the best of on-the-go entertainment and, of course, a unique music experience. W760a also features an accelerometer, thus users will be able to interact more with the device through movements.

The accelerometer will allow users to shake or tilt the phone to fast forward to the next song, and also to simulate motion when playing a game. Also, the new Walkman comes with A and B dedicated gaming buttons, for extra control and interactivity while playing games.

"Why use buttons when motion can guide mobile entertainment?" Vice President of Devices and Product Development for AT&T's wireless operations, Carlton Hill, said. "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."

"We're excited to offer a full portfolio of Walkman™ devices at a variety of price points for a broad range of users and are excited about the continued growth of our relationship with AT&T." Sony Ericsson's North America President, Najmi Jarwala, said. "With the availability of the W760a Walkman™ phone, U.S. consumers now have a full range of Walkman™ devices to choose from that fit their budget, their style and meet their desire for mobile phones that provide a robust entertainment experience." he further explained.

The W760a features include full HTML Web Browsing, a 3.2 MP camera, AT&T Navigator, aside from Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0, which the 3G Walkman delivers. Another thing worth mentioning about this phone is that it's designed for worldwide use, being a quad band.

For 129.00USD and a two-year agreement after the mail-in rebate, the phone is available for users in red, black and silver color options. For those that don't like commitment, the phone is sold for 279.99USD contract-free.

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